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Intergraph Smart Instrumentation DDP Export Utility

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  1. On the Windows Start menu, point to the PD Shell program group, and select PD Shell.

  2. In the Plant Design System Environment window, in the list box, select the PDS project to which you want to import dimensional data for piping, and select Reference Data Manager.

  3. Select Graphic Commodity Library Manager.

  4. In the Graphic Commodity Library Manager window, under Library/Data Management, in the Node Name box, type the computer name for the <Smart Instrumentation home folder>\DDP\Eden folder, or accept the current setting.

    After you type data in a PDS text box, remember to press Enter before continuing.

  5. In the File Path box, type the path to the <Smart Instrumentation home folder>\DDP\Eden folder.

Do the following to load the delivered Eden files to the PDS library:

  1. Select Create / Interactive Data.

  2. To the right of the command buttons, toggle the Single button to display List.

  3. In the box to the right of List, type DDP_lst.txt.

  4. On the toolbar, select PPM All Outputs Graphic.

  5. If your PDS project uses both unapproved and approved libraries, select Unapproved ==> Approved, and on the toolbar, select PPM All Outputs Graphic.

  6. On the toolbar, select PPM All Outputs Graphic.

  7. In the Reference Data Manager window, on the toolbar, select PPM All Outputs Graphic.

  8. In the Plant Design System Environment window, on the toolbar, select PPM All Outputs Graphic to exit from PD Shell.

  9. Using a text editor, append the <Smart Instrumentation home folder>\DDP\EDEN\isomap.tbl file to your isometric symbol map file.

The entries in the isomap.tbl file use the standard symbol keys for instruments as delivered in PD_ISOGEN. You have the option of creating user-defined symbols to better represent the instruments on the isometric drawing. For more information about creating user-defined symbols, refer to the PDS ISOGEN Reference Guide.