From the appropriate CATIA workbench, launch the project
resource management (PRM) command by selecting Tools - Project
Management - Select/Browse from the menu bar.
The Project Resource Management dialog box is displayed:
Note that when the dialog box opens the last project that
you used is selected.
The Select tab lists all the XML projects setup
found in the directory defined by the environment variable
CATDisciplinePath. This list begins with a CNEXT project which
contains only the applications with their resources as defined and
delivered with CNEXT.
||The following step is used for informational purposes only
- to see a list of resources for a particular discipline. To select a
project you only need to take the steps explained above.
Browse tab. Once a project and a discipline have been selected, the
dialog box lists all the applications defined for the chosen discipline,
the description of the active application, and
the list of resources of that application. The list of resources
displayed is always that for the active application.
You should also note that the applications displayed include the
applications under that particular discipline, and any applications that
are at the project level, which means above the discipline in the PRM
hierarchy. In the example below, the Piping discipline displays Piping
Design and PID, which are part of that discipline. It also displays the
Equipment, Hanger Design and Penetration Management applications, because
some of their resources have been placed at the project level. The reason
for placing them at the project level is that most disciplines make use of
Project Resource Management dialog box first displays, as explained in
Step 1, it may contain a third tab - XML Parsing Error. This
indicates that there is an XML syntax error in the file that corresponds to
the Project you have chosen.
Click the XML Parsing Error tab to display the error, as shown in the
You will need to correct the PRM file to get rid
of the error.
Errors in defining resources in the PRM file are
explained in Checking a PRM File for Errors.