Model history in multi-user mode
Tekla Structures collects model history on the actions that have taken place in the a model. In a multi-user model, the model history shows when the model has been changed, how the model has changed, who has made the changes, and the model revision comments.
Collect model history in multi-user mode
View model history in multi-user mode
To view model history, do one of the following:
On the ribbon, click and select an object in the model.
The model history is shown in the Inquire object dialog box.
Create a model history report.
On the Drawings & reports tab, click Reports.
Select a report template that shows model history from the list. The name of the report template may vary in different environments.
In the Default environment, the report template is called Q_Model_History_Report.
Click Create from all to create a report on all the objects in a model, or select one or more objects in the model and click Create from selected to create a report from the selected objects.
Save model revision comments in multi-user mode
You can save model revision comments when working with multi-user models. This means that all objects which have been changed during the last save interval include the revision information in them. You can use this information in filtering and reports. You can also use it to examine which users have modified the objects.
The Owner is the user, who has added the object into the model.
History shows when the model has been changed, how the model has changed, who has made the changes, and the model revision comments.
Before you can save model revision comments, check the following:
When you have set the advanced options mentioned above to
TRUE, Tekla Structures displays the Model revision comments dialog box when you are saving the model. Enter the desired revision comment and code in the Model revision comment and Model revision code boxes.
- Click OK.
Tekla Structures applies the values of this dialog box to parts that were changed after the last save. When you inquire objects, you can see the model revision information in the Inquire object dialog box. You can use this information also for selection and view filtering.