Check In a Drawing - Intergraph Smart P&ID - Help - Intergraph

Intergraph Smart P&ID Drawing Manager Help (2019)

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Intergraph Smart P&ID
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Help
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Version_SPEL_custom
2019 (9.0)
Version_SPPID_custom
2019 (9.0)
Version_SPEM_custom
2019 (10.0)
Version_WebSPID
(none)
  1. In the List view, select the drawings that you want to check into the Plant.

  2. Click Project > Check In or click on the main toolbar.

  3. On the Check In dialog box, select either Keep checked out and maintain claims, Remove from project or Leave in project. If you leave the drawing in the project, it becomes a fetched drawing with read/write permissions.

  4. (Optional) Enter comments in the Comments box.

  5. Click the Compare button if you want to compare the version you have selected to check in with other versions of the drawing. For more information about comparing versions, see Comparing Drawing Versions.

  6. On the Checking In Drawings dialog box, follow the progress of the operation. Click View Log if you want to review notes about this drawing check-in.

  • You cannot check in a fetched drawing. In order to check a drawing in, it must be checked out. For more information about checking out drawings, see Check Out a Drawing.

  • If your current active database is the Plant database, you cannot check in drawings. For more information about changing databases, see Connect to a Database in the Smart P&ID Drawing Manager Help.

  • When you check a drawing into the Plant, any claims on objects on that drawing are automatically released. For more information about claiming items, see the Smart P&ID Modeler Help.

  • When you check a drawing into the Plant, your version of the drawing becomes the current version in the Plant. However, the version that was in the Plant already is automatically saved as the previous version.

  • You can select a checked out drawing and use the Verify for Checkin command to make sure claims and conflicts are resolved before you try to check in a drawing. For more information, see Verify a Drawing for Checkin.

  • If an invalid claim is found but the item in question matches the item in the Plant, run Verify for Checkin to resolve this situation. This process automatically sets the claim to valid and allows the check in to occur.