Identifying an Object’s Number of Nominal Sizes - Intergraph Smart Reference Data - Help - Hexagon PPM

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The S.10.05 screen allows you to specify an object’s parameter details. In the Kind of Detail field, you can indicate the nature of the object’s attribute.

The following parameter details can be defined in the Kind of Detail field for an object:

  • One nominal size - Items can have only one nominal size. In the preceding example, Object Parameter Detail (OPD) No.1 is Nominal Size.

  • Two nominal sizes - Items can also have two nominal sizes. In the preceding example, Object Parameter Detail (OPD) No.1 is 1. Nominal Size and OPD No.2 is 2. Nominal Size.

  • One nominal size and one schedule - Items that have the OPD No.1 set to 1. Nominal Size and OPD No. 2 set to 1. Schedule is regarded as items with one nominal size and one schedule.

  • Two nominal sizes and one schedule. Items that have OPD No.1 set to 1. Nominal Size, OPD No. 2 set to 2. Nominal Size, and OPD No. 3 set to 1. Schedule is regarded as items with two nominal sizes and one schedule.

The following example shows how to define an object’s detail parameters to be classified as items with two nominal sizes and two schedules:

  • Set OPD No. 1 to 1. Nominal Size.

  • Set OPD No. 2 to 2. Nominal Size.

  • Set OPD No. 3 to 1. Schedule.

  • Set OPD No. 4 to 2. Schedule.

For olets, the project’s detail parameters require a special setting as shown in the example below:

  • Set OPD No. 1 to 1.Nominal Size (DN_branch).

  • Set OPD No. 2 to Size Range From (DN_header_from).

  • Set OPD No. 3 to Size Range To (DN_header_to).

  • Set OPD No. 4 to 1. Schedule (SCH_branch).

  • Set OPD No. 5 to 2. Schedule (SCH_header).