Set Correlation Status Colors Dialog Box - Intergraph Smart 3D - Administration

Intergraph Smart 3D Integration

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

Specifies the colors that designate correlation status of objects in the design basis with objects in the three-dimensional model. You also specify the standard color for objects in the P&ID that do not have a correlation with any model object.

Correlated / Complete Match

Designates the color of the objects in the design basis that have a match in the model without any discrepancies in the data or topology. The default color is .

Correlated / Property Match / Topology Mismatch

Designates the color of the objects in the design basis that have a match in the model without any discrepancies in the data, but have discrepancies in topology. The default color is .

Correlated / Property Mismatch

Designates the color of objects in the design basis that have a match in the model. However, problems exist between the data associated with the design basis (for example, the P&ID object) and model object. The default color is .

Correlated/ Property and Topology Mismatch Approved

Designates the color of objects in the design basis that you have compared or checked against the current design basis and approved the discrepancies in the data and topology. The default color is .

Correlated / Topology Mismatch Approved

Designates the color of objects in the design basis that you have compared or checked against the current design basis and approved the discrepancies in topology. The default color is .

Not correlated

Designates the color of objects in the design basis that do not have a match or do not exist in the model (have not been modeled yet). The default color is .

Ignored or not claimed

Designates the color of objects in the design basis that you have drawn but cannot have correlation because you have not placed the objects in the model. Ignored applies to things such as labels within the design basis. Not claimed applies to items that were not claimed on the P&ID during the Project operation. The default color is .

Use approved colors

Reveals the designated color of approved objects. For example, if you check this option, the color of the object with approved topology mismatch turns to from . This option is useful in identifying and verifying the approved mismatches in the design basis.

Preview

Provides a window that shows the representative colors you selected to identify the correlation status.

See Also

Display a P&ID and Retrieve Drawing Data