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Occasionally you can employ tricks to heal problem imports. Simply saving out of SolidWorks as Parasolid and reading back in repeatedly can sometimes heal troublesome imported geometry. I frequently use Rhino to import problem files, then export from Rhino as a Parasolid. Rhino is an inexpensive surfacing application. You can read more about it at You can download and install a trial version that allows you to save 25 times. Rhino works great as a translator because it reads and writes many file types that SolidWorks does not read. Sometimes when I get a very bad IGES file, I read it into Rhino, and save it out as Parasolid, then read the Parasolid into SolidWorks. Sometimes this will repair the data to the point that SolidWorks can deal with it more effectively. This is not to say that Rhino is a better file translator than SolidWorks, because this workaround does not always improve things. It is sometimes effective, and because it is free, the only thing it will cost you to try it is time. You can use the same trick with other CAD packages. For example, if you know that you have an IGES file from VX, and you are having difficulty reading it into SolidWorks, it might pay to download a trial version of VX ( and see if it can import the data and re-export. It is best to use the source program to read and re-export when possible.
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This might seem to be as 'simple' as we can get, but the N, M, P and Q are still all mixed up, and anyway by looking ahead just one step we can see that the last equation can be written (N - M)(Q - P) = 0, which is much more useful. Now the algebra is over, and we have to interpret our result. What does it mean In this case the meaning is relatively simple. The product of N - M and P - Q is zero; so either N - M = 0, and so N = M, or alternatively Q - P = and Q P. These are genuine alternatives. If either of them is the case, then the overall average will be the average of the original two averages. So there are two very different possibilities, either N = M and the original two sets each have the same number of members; or P = Q, and the original two sets each have the same average.
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A word of caution is needed when using split lines, especially if you plan to add or remove split lines from an existing model. The split lines should go as far down the tree as possible. Split lines change the face IDs of the faces that they split, and often the edges as well. If you roll back and apply a split line before existing features, you may have a significant amount of cleanup to do. Similarly, if you remove a split line that already has several dependent features, then many other features may also be deleted or simply lose their references.
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The IN application uses operations to realize its services ( 14) [21], with each ASE responsible for one or more operations. INAP AEs send requests to invoke operations and respond to requests with return results or with the invocation of other operations. Return results are returned for operations that request data from the recipient of the request, such as AddEntry, DirectoryBind, and RemoveEntry (Table 18.4-1); invokes are returned when a request asks for instructions on what to do next. When operations fail or cannot be processed, AEs send back return error or reject noti cations. Invokes, results, and error and reject noti cations are transported in TCAP/SCCP or ISDN messages (see s 16 and 10, respectively). INAP ASEs shape those messages via INAP-TCAP or INAP-ISDN primitives, which carry the operation parameters needed by INAP services and the addressing information needed for delivery of the messages. Each message type contains the appropriate parameters from the operation template: all types contain the Operation code (which identi es the operation), invokes carry the ARGUMENT, return results contain the RESULT, and return error noti cations contain the ERRORS parameter. Operation parameters are based on the ROSE protocol, which is embedded in the Transaction sublayer of TCAP ( 16), or in ISDN call-control messages [22,23]. More on ROSE and Operation parameters can be found in Section 14.1 and in [24 27]. Figure 18.4-3, described in Section 18.4.6, shows how an operation invoke is translated into a TCAP message and how the process is reversed at reception. INAP signaling is an Application layer (L7) protocol [28] and most commonly uses TCAP and SCCP as transport mechanisms. The other allowed transport, the
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When I first got hooked into VB .NET, I realized that upgrading any of my existing work through a wizard would be a really bad idea. This is not because the wizard does a bad job, but because I would be writing VB6 code in VB .NET, and that is not what I wanted to accomplish. I encourage you to consider the same thing before you attempt to wizardize your existing applications and run them in VB .NET. Cross 2 goes through the differences between the two Reference languages, and some are quite significant. Make sure that you've read 2 before reading this appendix. It explains the changes that have been made to major parts of the Visual Basic language, and in many cases, things that are just plain obsolete. Here are some other issues regarding what it takes to upgrade to VB .NET: File IO The new System.IO objects offer more robust IO services than previous VB versions. Error Handling The Structure Exception Handling (SEH) in VB .NET is more robust and CLS-compliant than the old On Error Goto statement. Data Access ADO.NET is a reworking of how you will access data in the future. It is syntactically similar to ADO, but under the hood, it is a complete reworking of how data is accessed. Forms and Controls The Forms model has completely changed, along with the controls you are used to putting on your forms. Many intrinsic controls from previous VB versions are obsolete, and there is no upgrade path. When you run your application through the upgrade process, it takes your existing code and converts it to VB .NET syntax by using something called the Visual Basic Compatibility Library. The DLL allows outdated statements and functions to run inside of the .NET Framework. Note that this compatibility layer may not be around forever. Future versions of VB might deep-six the library, and your old VB6 code running in VB .NET won't work. I know I sound negative, but run the wizard and just see what happens to your code. After going through this book, I think you will see that using the new features of VB .NE T and the .NET Framework for your next project will probably be the best idea. VB .NET is way too much fun not to use, with all its new classes and name- spaces that offer such great functionality. (I just received my check from Microsoft's marketing department today.)
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The transactions in the transaction log can be divided into two groups (see Figure 36-4): Active transactions are uncommitted and not yet written to the data file. Inactive transactions are all those transactions before the earliest active transaction.
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An odd fact about these folders is that you are allowed to rename the folders, but the name changes never remain. If you go back to rename the folder again, the name that you assigned is displayed; you cannot name another feature with the name that you assigned, but it is never displayed as the name of the folder. Another problem that you may encounter with the display of FeatureManager header items in general is that when they are set to Automatic display (display only when they contain something). This does not guarantee that the folder is going to display when it should. A more direct way of saying this is that the Automatic setting works incorrectly from time to time. For this reason, I suggest using the Show option for the display of important folders. Figure 26.21 shows the page of Tools Options that controls the visibility of folders. By right-clicking either of the bodies folders, you can select the Show Feature History option, which shows the features that have combined to create the bodies in an indented list under the body name. This view of the FeatureManager is shown in Figure 26.22. This option is very useful when you are editing or troubleshooting bodies. Figure 26.22 also shows the other options in the right-mouse button menu. All of the bodies in the folder can be alternately shown or hidden from this menu, as well as deleted. While the Hide or Show state of a body does not create a history-based feature in the tree, the Delete feature does, as discussed previously.
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