Bad pointer after updating nx5
I'm backporting this fix to 10.0.3 because Nathan (ATK) told Mandar during the beta test event in Milford that ATK is thinking about going to 10.0.3." "This CP fixes as issue related to Merge Stock command.This problem was discovered in EB part (at the moment EB is more concerned with totally different issue related to pipe split) as well as NX11 beta test.
That token needs to be reused in NX 10.0.3 so that parts created in NX 10.0.2MP don't regress in NX 10.0.3."Problem description: 1) When Item objects are classified in the classification tree, we do not load them properly into the NX session via the Routing re-use library 2) When a classification hierarchy is defined with intermediate nodes as type Storage Class (instead of abstract), we do not find the start nodes properly during our search Problem solution: 1) For Item objects, set the TEMP_PART_SPEC correctly in the charx data for the individual member rows so that we know that we have to look up the specific revision based on the current revision rules when we go to load the part into NX 2) Traverse the classification of the hierarchy, including Storage Class nodes, to find the starting nodes for the Routing re-use library tree.We actually reversed the search order and no longer due a depth first search, find the Classificaiton node with the specific identifier and make sure that node lives under the passed in start node.7498696 [priority 2] "EB2015" In View dependent geometry holecall out dim values are missing in Tc Vis 3. 7498696 [priority 2] "EB2015" In View dependent geometry holecall out dim values are missing in Tc Vis 3. It generates an exception If user resend sends a Assembly with a variant configuration from Structure Manager to NX, NX present a dialog to Add or Replace Variants, this is unsupported ., and user does Add or Replace it causes a crash.The change is to block this functionality, and allow only when OLD_VARIANTS is used Problem was originally fixed in NX 10.0.3 but the change had to be backported to NX 10.0.2MP.