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Controling Suppression State without Design Table

Question asked by Adrian Velazquez on Oct 31, 2008
Latest reply on Jan 1, 2009 by Chad Schmidt
I've always wonder if it's posible to control suppression states automatically without a Design Table. For Example:

When I do a Pattern, since pattern can only have 2 or more instances,when it's Controled by an equation, the number of instances is relative to the lengt of the part, so if my part gets to short i get an error instead of suppressing the pattern.

It, would be nice if I could set an equation as this example:
$STATE@Pattern1 = iif("Length">10,"U","S").

This way if my part is shorter than 10 my pattern woulg get automatically suppressed.

So my questions is, If in Design Tables you return a value of "S" or "U" for the $STATE@, how or where does the Table tell SolidWorks to suppress when the value is "S"?

any ideas???