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cioma

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Posted - 26 Aug 2016 :  14:51:22  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
If I understand correctly at the moment there is a hardcoded mapping between component attributes in Pulsonix and ODB++ (and IPC-2581) component attributes (e.g. Pulsonix <Part Name> is mapped to ODB++ <Part Number>).

It would be great for a user to be able to define attribute mapping between Pulsonix and ODB++ (and IPC-2581) attributes. For example as I use PDC I'd like to map Pulsonix user attribute "Manufacturer Partnumber" to ODB++ attribute <Part Number>.

psxforum

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Posted - 26 Aug 2016 :  15:02:59  Show Profile  Visit psxforum's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I have added this request to our enhancement database for consideration for a future release.
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feynman

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Posted - 02 Nov 2019 :  13:12:14  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Are there any plans to implement this feature? It seems like IPC-2581 is getting increasingly popular lately (finally).

As of now the Pulsonix Attribute "Value" does not map to the IPC-2581 "Value". At least the value does not show up as "Value" in the WISE 2581 Viewer.
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lewism@pulsonix.com

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Posted - 04 Nov 2019 :  10:32:40  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by feynman

Are there any plans to implement this feature? It seems like IPC-2581 is getting increasingly popular lately (finally).

As of now the Pulsonix Attribute "Value" does not map to the IPC-2581 "Value". At least the value does not show up as "Value" in the WISE 2581 Viewer.



Hi,

I have logged this on our system, If you are able to send the Pulsonix design and the Pulsonix IPC output to support@pulsonix.com I can add this data to the log to be looked into.

Many thanks

Lewis
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