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AssemblyXpert - In-Context Relationship Conflicts

AssemblyXpert reports if a subassembly component has an in-context relationship to a component that has more than one configuration in the current assembly. The result can be conflicts when rebuilding the assembly.

To list the components with conflicts:

  • Click Analyze and Fix in AssemblyXpert.

    In the dialog box, you can:

    • Select a component and click Fix It. To resolve the conflict, the software adds a derived configuration to the selected component.
    • Print the list, copy it to the clipboard, or save it to a file.

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