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MrCATIA

Super Moderator
I don't think V5 includes that information (and I didn't see it in the file properties). If you are using a PLM system, like Enovia, you do have the history there.

Unless you are giving your students step-by-step instructions for how to model a part, I doubt if any two files would have the exact same:
file size
tree structure
sketch geometry and sketch constraints
 

Chris Grenke

New member
I don't think V5 includes that information (and I didn't see it in the file properties). If you are using a PLM system, like Enovia, you do have the history there.

Unless you are giving your students step-by-step instructions for how to model a part, I doubt if any two files would have the exact same:
file size
tree structure
sketch geometry and sketch constraints
Thanks,

Classes are relativly large (40), keeping track of how the parts are created from student to student gets foggy as going down the list. Drawing, easy to spot.

I guess back to the old way of keeping track.
 

MrCATIA

Super Moderator
If the CATIA files are in the same folder, you could easily list them and sort by filesize to identify which ones are suspect. Interrogating the actual models would prove one was copied from the other, but not which one was copied.
 

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