5 Replies Latest reply on Apr 23, 2015 11:07 AM by Simon Turner

    Macro only works the 2nd time through the sequence

    Michael Ferraro

      All,

       

      I have attached a macro I was working on and cannot seem to get to work correctly. The macro is supposed to do a few things which I will try to explain as best I can.

       

      Step 1: Check to see if the internal model within the drawing file is an assembly. If it is not exit the macro.

      Step 2: Check to see if the file has been saved yet. If it has not been saved yet exit the macro.

      Step 3: Find out the current "Revision" of the drawing. If it is "-" or "" or "-+" set the Revision to "0"

      Step 4: Check to see if the file has been "published" at its current Revision. If it has been published exit the macro.

           We use the word "publish" here to mean that a .DWG, and .PDF file have been generated and placed in our Master Drawing Library.

      Step 5: Publish all Necessary Files

           If a folder already exists for the assembly put the files in the folder. If a folder doesnt exist for the assembly already, create a folder and put the files inside the folder. The files should have the following format "15A-00001-0".

       

      15A- stands for the year produced and the A is for assembly

      00001 - is just a 5 digit serial number

      -0 would be the revision

       

      If I make a drawing for an assembly file and run the macro. The first time the macro runs it will publish files with the following format "14A-00065--" which is wrong. However if I simply rereun the macro and dont do anything at all it will publish correctly at 14A-00065-0. And if the file is currently Revision A,B,C.. it all works perfectly. However it seems "Step 3" is not working entirely correctly.

       

      If you can lend a hand it would be greatly appreciated!!

       

      Thanks,

      Pencil