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    Sp3d procedure for specification

    There are three main excel files for spec preparation.
    1) Catalog data
    2) Specification data
    3) All code list

    Catalogs are reference databases that contain graphic and property information about the types of
    objects that you can place in your model.

    Specification data includes the rules that govern how those parts are placed and connected.
    We separated Piping commodity material control data excel sheet from specification data sheet for our convenience. This PCMCD sheet is useful for material description in isometrics.

    All code list is used as reference sheet & contains all the code given by intergraph.
    For example – For End preparation codes given are 301 for Bevelled end.
    If we have to add new code in all code list, we have to add number 10001 & above, previous numbers are reserved by Intergraph.

    When creating piping specifications, we recommend that you start with an existing specification, one that
    resembles the specification you need to create. For example, locate an existing specification that has similar materials, pressure ratings, end preparations, and fluid service codes and then copy and paste the existing specification to create your new piping specification, and then make the appropriate modifications.
    Note :-If you do not have existing specification available then copy Ten_Specs_CatalogData.xls , Ten_Specs_SpecificationData.xls & AllCodeLists.xls from below path & do the modifications as per the requirement.
    Path :- C:\Program Files\SmartPlant\3D\CatalogData\BulkLoad\DataFiles

    Once the entry in excel sheet completed, bulk load the excel sheet to database. We load excel sheets in a below sequence.

    1) All code list
    2) PCMCD.xls
    3) Catalog data.xls
    4) Specification data.xls









    Bulk load procedure:

    1) If we are adding 10001 & above numbers to all code list then we have to load all code list.xls first.

    2) Go to Bulkload Reference Data


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  3. Re: Sp3d procedure for specification

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      Re: Sp3d procedure for specification

      Thank you.

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      • Re: Sp3d procedure for specification

        Please Help

        But how to add piping & Cable Try specification


        Last edited by SDMTEAM; 05-17-2017 at 02:50 PM.

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        How to add more piping specifications i have seen only4

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        look this

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      • Re: Sp3d procedure for specification

        Appendix_ Delivered Pipe Specifications.pdf (118.40 KB)

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        but how to load????


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