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Old 10-15-2013, 05:44 AM
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Default how to load the PDX-Container

hey,everybody, how to load the PDX-Container,when i loaded it,but the ODX is empty,but i consulted the technical data,
"To create a component container, you must first template in the current PDX-module data handling →PDXCharger to be loaded. The current templates for the various series can be found on the GIS under
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Standard Tools/Programmierung/ E-Sys/ PDX templates"
"In the folder structure of the PDX-templates, you can now create the context menu by clicking the right mouse button on the element PDX-container new SG variants. Each new SG-variant must first be assigned to a base variant. This is done by selecting the desired base version from the drop down box of the same
element. For each variant SG Any name can be forgiven, however, may not be identical to that of a base variant."
so how to adding the SG software and how to Charging of PDX-templates
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good day please share pdx-template
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