Project Management Hierarchy - Intergraph Smart 3D - Administration

Intergraph Smart 3D Project Management

PPMProductFamily
3D Design and Visualization
PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart 3D
PPMCategory
Administration
Version_S3D
12.x(2018)

The console pane on the left side of the Project Management window displays the hierarchy of your model in a tree format. The detail pane on the right side displays property data for the selected console item in a grid format.

Hierarchy Icons

Project Management uses the following icons to show the type and status of items.

- Top level of the hierarchy.

- Locations folder.

- Location.

- Reference data folder.

- Catalog associated with a model.

- Catalog created using an earlier version of the software, requiring an upgrade to the current version.

- Catalog associated with a model, but missing the database. This icon also displays when you do not have permissions to the catalog.

- Catalog not associated with a model.

- Catalog not associated with a model. Missing database.

- Models folder.

- Plant model.

- Plant model created using an earlier version of the software, requiring an upgrade to the current version.

- Plant model with a missing database. This icon also displays when you do not have permissions to the model.

- Marine model.

- Marine model created using an earlier version of the software, requiring an upgrade to the current version.

- Marine model with a missing database. This icon also displays when you do not have permissions to the model.

- Material handling model.

- Material handling model created using an earlier version of the software, requiring an upgrade to the current version.

- Material handling model with a missing database. This icon also displays when you do not have permissions to the model.

- Platform model.

- Platform model created using an earlier version of the software, requiring an upgrade to the current version.

- Platform model with a missing database. This icon also displays when you do not have permissions to the model.

- The model is not restored and it does not exist on the database server. The model type is not known.

- Permission group folder.

- Permission group.

- Interference server.

- Reference 3D model folder.

- Reference 3D model.

- Reference 3D model that is out of date and needs to be updated.

Tree View

The console panel tree view displays the logical hierarchy of your model, including satellite locations, databases, permission group folders, and permission groups. All items in the tree are contained within the same site database. Under the root of the tree view are three main branches: Locations , Reference Data , and Models .

Locations

Displays the locations that have been defined for the global workshare environment. After creation, locations can be associated with permission groups and models as part of the workshare replication process.

The software creates the first location during site database generation.

Reference Data

Groups the catalog databases in the site and their associated permission group folders and permission groups. Permissions are assigned to each catalog to control administrative access of the catalog database. This provides more granular and specific permissions on catalog objects, including equipment items, piping components, valves, and other reference data.

Models

Groups all models in the site and their associated permission group folders and permission groups. Permissions are assigned to each model to control which users have read/write access to various objects in the model.

List View

If the selected node in the console panel tree contains children, the detail panel list view displays property data for the children. If the selected node has no children, then the list view displays property data for that node.

In the following illustration, the model database named Plant_12 is selected in the tree view. The list view displays information regarding its immediate children, or the three permission group folders nested under it.

In the next illustration, the permission group Hsv_CableGroup is selected in the tree view. Because this item has no children nested under it, the list view displays property data for the item itself.