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Standard Database for Intergraph Smart Reference Data Management Summary Help

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Intergraph Smart Reference Data Standard Database
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Help
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12.1

Who should read this document?

  • Managers and decision-makers in charge of designing or redesigning engineering workflows

  • Project Managers of Smart Reference Data implementation projects

  • Project Managers of Smart Materials implementation projects.

  • Smart Reference Data consultants required to implement Smart Reference Data in an integrated environment

  • Engineers responsible for the creation and maintenance of piping catalogs or piping component libraries on either an enterprise or project level

  • Intergraph Smart 3D and/or Smart Materials consultants are required to implement Smart Reference Data in an integrated environment.

  • Engineers who are responsible for the creation or maintenance of Bill of Materials (BOM), Requisitions (REQ), Materials Supply Chain Management (MSCM), and SITE management on the project level.

  • Administrators of Smart 3D who integrate the infrastructure for material handling.

What can the reader expect from this document?

This document will help you understand the contents of Smart Materials and Smart Reference Data using the SDB database. It describes the data that is part of the Smart Materials and Smart Reference Data and how this data feeds into design systems.

This section will help you understand the work processes of content generation and transfer between Smart 3D, nesting systems (sending applications), and Smart Materials (receiving applications).

What should the reader NOT expect from this document?

This document does not explain catalog and specification management issues that arise during project execution.

This document does not describe Smart Reference Data methods and workflows around the creation and maintenance of component libraries. Specifications/classes are discussed ONLY to the extent required to understand the overall workflow.

What knowledge is required to understand this document?

  • An understanding of the engineering tasks to be performed to create and maintain standard components and piping specifications/piping classes.

  • A basic understanding of Smart Reference Data catalog, component, and specification generation and maintenance features.

  • An understanding of the integration between Smart 3D and the nesting systems.