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ChooseOK.Dismiss the Information window.Close all part files.Load Options and RevisioningIf revisioning is to be handled by moving a part to a different directory when it is revised, thenyou need to have a means of telling the system where to find the latest revision part.Using load options, you can tell the system where to search and what order thedirectories are to be searched.If the system was unable to locate the specified component, you may then specifywhich of two types of failure actions you would like to have performed.The load options you define are found in a text file named load_options.def.This file may be created interactively and saved, or it may be created in a text editor.When you execute Unigraphics NX, the system will look for the load_options.def file in thedirectory from which Unigraphics NX was launched.
279The system uses the load_options.def file when you are performing the following assembliesfunctions:Opening or importing a Unigraphics NX assembly.Substituting a subassembly.Replacing a reference set and the new set calls different components. (This relates toreference sets created within a subassembly.)Generating a "Where Used" report.If no load_options.def file exists in the directory from which Unigraphics NX is started, thesystem will use the hard coded options listed below:SearchPath: /current_dir...LoadOption: Load_From_DirLoadFailOption: AbortLoadLatest: NoLoad Options do not affect the actual part you are opening (the assembly).The Load Options only apply to component parts that need to be loaded due to the opening ofan assembly that references them.Interactively, load options are found in the File pull down menu.ChooseFileOptionsLoad Options.Load Options and RevisioningThe Load Options Dialog1) Determines how components will be loaded. Includesaddressing component sets and component filters.2) Controls partial loading of components. When off,components are fully loaded when assembly is opened.3) Will present a error message and not open the assembly.4) When off, components to be loaded must have correctUnique I.D. number and name. When on, UID# is ignored.
2805) When on, latest version of component is loaded based onversioning rules.6) Expands dialog for search directory customization.ChooseDefine Search Directories.Load Options and RevisioningSearch Directories and RevisioningThe Define Search Directories option expands the Load Options dialog.1) Default search directory is your login directory.2) Directory entry field.3) Adds the entered directory to list.4) Removes selected directory from list.5) Moves directory down one level from selected directory.6) Saves settings in load_options.def file.7) Changes search directories back to previous savedsettings.

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