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    Is there any way to tell what version of pcdmis was used to create a program without opening up the program? Mike
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  • #2
    Originally posted by mtalla View Post
    Is there any way to tell what version of pcdmis was used to create a program without opening up the program? Mike
    I don't think so.
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    Originally posted by AndersI
    I've got one from September 2006 (bug ticket) which has finally been fixed in 2013.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by mtalla View Post
      Is there any way to tell what version of pcdmis was used to create a program without opening up the program? Mike
      Right click the descktop icon and go to 'properties/general'
      v2013 MR1, v2015.1
      B&S Global 544, 555
      Mitutoyo A504 w/PC-DMIS

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      Since 1994

      Never force anything. Get a bigger hammer.
      (Advice from my dad.)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Don Meredith View Post
        Right click the descktop icon and go to 'properties/general'
        That does not tell you what version wrote it or what version it has been updated to
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        THANKS (CAD IS ALWAYS MASTER)
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        • #5
          Originally posted by pniven View Post
          That does not tell you what version wrote it or what version it has been updated to
          My bad. That only works if your directories were set up that way.
          v2013 MR1, v2015.1
          B&S Global 544, 555
          Mitutoyo A504 w/PC-DMIS

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          Since 1994

          Never force anything. Get a bigger hammer.
          (Advice from my dad.)

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          • #6
            The reason i'm asking is that i seem to be having trouble running v41 on v42. Iterative alignments especially will not work. Keep getting iterative alignment errors and when i try to copy and paste, the demon crashes. If there was a way to tell the difference, at least i'd know what to expect.
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            • #7
              In updating, a lower version to a upper version sometimes everything does not get updated right. I have had to rewrite interative alignments in some programs before.
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              THANKS (CAD IS ALWAYS MASTER)
              4.3 & 4.2MR2/GLOBAL/PH10MQ/WINDOWS XP

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              • #8
                Does anyone have the specification of the PC-DMIS programs binary format (binary profile)?

                Except the Hexagoners, that is.
                PC-DMIS CAD++ 2o19 R1 SP11

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                • #9
                  I have tried to re-do (re-write) iterative alignments with v41 programs to run on v42 and it still throws up the iterative alignment error. I have created a new program in v42 with a new iterative alignment and that will work, but when i try to copy and paste the body of the program, pcdmis has encountered a problem and my software crashes. So far i've wound up re-writing the entire program to get it to behave.
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                  • #10
                    I make the version part of the program name

                    exp Plate_A,2_v42

                    Plate A, Rev 2, version 4.2
                    Which one gets ridden today? MPH vs MPG..tough choice, both are FUN
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                    Starrett RGDC 4028-24 :alien:
                    Demon vintages 3.7, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 2009

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