In the previous version, the order detection only checked whether the material belonged to the enterprise library by examining the parameterized model itself, but ignored the generated model and the product associated with the material style variable. This caused some problems:
For example, a cabinet’s top and countertop generated by using the materials and outlines from the public library can still be ordered and approved.
The material of a cabinet is from the public library, yet it can still be ordered and approved.
The frame of a sliding door uses the line outline from the public library, yet it can still be ordered and approved.
The above examples result in wrong orders.
Therefore, this update addresses such vulnerabilities. The objects for order detection have increased to include two types:
1.Products associated with material and contour variables on the model
2.Generated models: countertops, corner lines, sink counters, sliding doors, and footings
Possible issues and solutions:
Ideally, we hope the ordering function is more rigorous. However, due to the existence of this vulnerability before, some incorrect models could still be ordered (usually due to modeling issues). If you encounter such problems, you can solve them by:
Batch modifying the model to change the default CZ material to the material in the enterprise library.
If you want to approve materials from the public library, you can add the public library to the approval range in the order-approval settings, and select the option to allow models from different libraries to be approved simultaneously.