Allows you to define mapping between source and target plant groups when importing drawings. Depending on the options that you select on the Transformation Programs dialog box, the mapping can apply to drawings, plant items, or both.
The following screen capture shows an example of mapping between two plants.
Source — Shows the source plant hierarchy.
Target — Shows the hierarchy for the target plant. From this window, you can select a plant group at any level for mapping, but note that if there is a restriction on associating a drawing with a particular plant group, an error message will appear.
Map — Copies the selected plant group item in the target plant hierarchy to the selected Target Path row. In this way the mapping is defined to the corresponding plant group in the Source Path row.
Remove Mapping — Removes the selected target plant group item from the Plant Group mapping, allowing you to redefine the mapping target for the specified source.
Plant group mapping
Displays the mapping assignments and paths between the source and target plant groups.
Source Path — Shows the paths of all the plant groups in the plant. If you selected the 'In use' plant group data only check box on the Transformation Programs dialog box, only the paths of those plant groups that have associated drawings or plant items appear.
Target Path — Displays the paths of the plant groups that you have chosen as the target. All of the rows must contain values.
You can assign plant groups at any level of the hierarchy as the target; for example, an Area.
If you use the mapping to associate both the drawing and the plant items to the target plant group, and you do not have appropriate permissions for the drawing association, a message appears and only the plant items are re-associated according to the mapping. In this case, the software associates the drawing with the current plant group.