Creating an RDS Package - Intergraph Smart Engineering Manager - 2019 (10.0) - Help - Hexagon

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10 (2019)

An RDS package is a data package produced or extracted from a plant for merging into another plant. To create this package, use the File > New Package Command.

The RDS package contains the following data for both Smart Electrical and Smart P&ID:

  • Data dictionary version information for each schema.

  • Plant and application code-list.

  • Plant and application data dictionary item attribution.

  • Application filters belonging to the plant.

  • Application layouts.

  • Display set options for filtered printing.

  • Format options.

  • Format types and formats.

  • Rules file, styles file, insulation specifications, report templates, symbols and toolbar shortcuts, and borders.

And just for Smart P&ID:

  • Auto gap and symbology options.

  • Heat trace options.

  • The source plant must be a top-level plant (not a project or satellite) in order to create an RDS package.

  • The source and target plants must both be from the current version of Smart Engineering Manager.

  • All referenced filters must belong to the plant (filters must be created under Plant Folders in Filter Manager, not created under My Folders). If any of the data to be packaged has references to filters not owned by the plant, the package creation will fail. In other words, filters in My Folders at the source will not be synchronized with the target.

  • For Smart P&ID and Smart Electrical, only custom symbol toolbars created in Catalog Manager are included. User-specific items created in those products (Quick Catalog, Favorites, and Flags) at the source will not be synchronized with the target.

  • Smart P&ID toolbar shortcuts must have the same share name in path and target. The shortcut definition is recorded and used to re-create the link in an alternate location.

  • Saved views at the source plant are not included in the RDS package. Instead, create filters and layouts at the source and reference them with a view at the target plant.