Map a Label Using the RelationshipMapping.txt File - Intergraph Smart Review - Help

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2019 (10.0)
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2020 (15.0)

The Unmapped Labels node in the Label Selector tree view lists labels that have not been mapped in the RelationshipMapping.txt file. The component name(s) enclosed in parentheses beside each unmapped label are the name(s) that need to be added to the RelationshipMapping.txt file.

General Workflow

  1. In the SmartPlant 3D Label Selector utility, note the component names in the Unmapped Labels node that you want to move. The component names are enclosed in parentheses in the tree view. You also need to decide the Relationship to which you want to associate the label name.

  2. Open the RelationshipMapping.txt file and increase the number of mapped components listed in the file by one. Then scroll down to the end of the component list and type in the component name and Relationship you want to associate.

  3. Save your edits to the file.

  4. Go back to the Label Selector utility. Point to the RelationshipMapping.txt file that you just edited.

  5. Go to the Mapped Labels node and locate the Relationship and then the label names you just added.

Example

Follow the steps below to map a label so that you can see it in the Mapped Labels node of the Label Selector tree view. As an example, you will map the weld labels in the P3DWeld component to the Feature Relationship in the RelationshipMapping.txt file.

  1. From the Start menu, select Intergraph SmartPlant Review > SmartPlant 3D Label Selector.

  2. In the Unmapped Labels node of the tree view, locate the weld labels.

    The P3DWeld is shown in parentheses and is the component you need to use for the association.

  3. Close the Label Selector utility. You do not need to save any edits.

  4. Locate the RelationshipMapping.txt file that you want to use.

    This file is delivered with Smart Review in the default installation folder. You can use this file, or you can make a copy of it to modify.

  5. Open the RelationshipMapping.txt file using any ASCII text editor and increase the number of mapped components listed in the file by one. By default, the number is 66, so you would need to change that number to 67.

  6. Scroll down to the end of the component list and type in the line below:

  7. Save your edits and close the file.

  8. Re-open the Label Selector and in the Mapped Labels node, expand Feature Relationship and scroll down to the Weld component node.

    The system now displays all the weld label names. They are no longer listed in the Unmapped Labels node.

  9. Click Save and close the Label Selector utility.