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How to Create PDS PJT for Damavand

2004.11.05

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd.

Creating Project Directories
Directory structure is as follows:

Creating Required Database Users
Before creating a new PDS project, preparations must be made for the various schemas that will be created.

Creating the 3D Project(Equipment and Piping)
After you set the proj file location and the schemas file location, start PD_Shell to enter then PD_Shell main menu.

If the proj file is empty, then PD_Shell bypasses this form and displays the Project Administrator main menu.

Click Project Setup Manager to display the Project Administrator menu.

If the proj file is empty, PD_Shell bypasses this form and displays the Project Data main menu.

Click Project Control Schema to display the Create Schema from for the PD schema

NOTE: Press TAB to move from field to field in the Create Schema dialog box. Pressing RETURN is the same as clicking APPLY. After the information is complete, click Apply. The software dismisses the dialog box and stores the information in memory.

Click Piping Design Schema to display Database Structure Revision form.

If you are not adding attributes to the DD schema, click Confirm button without making any changes. The Create Schema dialog box for the DD schema displays.

NOTE: Press TAB to move from field to field in the Create Schema dialog box. Pressing RETURN is the same as clicking APPLY. After the information is complete, click Apply. The software dismisses the dialog box and stores the information in memory.

Click Piping Approved RDB Schema to display the Create Schema dialog box for the RA schema.

NOTE: Press TAB to move from field to field in the Create Schema dialog box. Pressing RETURN is the same as clicking APPLY. After the information is complete, click Apply. The software dismisses the dialog box and stores the information in memory.

Click Confirm button on the Create Project form to create 3D-only project.

See PDS Project Setup Technical Reference for more information

Access Control

Type system in the User ID field and password in the Password field.

At this point you must enable access control for the selected project. See PDS Project Setup Technical Reference for more information .

Active Project Retrieval
The Active Project Retrieval option is used to retrieve all or part of a project data set from an archive into an active project. All relational database data is retrieved using the RIS load utility transparently from within the Project Retrieval command. Active project retrieval requires the archived project to be available. This may recreation of the archived project. Active project retrieval automatically upgrades a model or drawing retrieved from an archive created with a previous version of PDS. Refer to the directory structure existed on the origin project. \\ws422\pds\damavand\proj \\ws422\pds\damavand\lib \\ws422\pds\damavand\draw \\ws422\pds\damavand\model \\ws422\pds\damavand\lib\rdba \\ws422\pds\damavand\lib\specs \\ws422\pds\damavand\draw\borders \\ws422\pds\damavand\drv \\ws422\pds\damavand\fwp \\ws422\pds\damavand\fwp\frz \\ws422\pds\damavand\fwp\mod \\ws422\pds\damavand\model\eqp \\ws422\pds\damavand\model\forRef \\ws422\pds\damavand\model\mstn \\ws422\pds\damavand\model\pipe

Refer to the required databases and database users in the RDBMS. grant resource, connect to pd_damavand identified by pd_damavand; grant resource, connect to dd_damavand identified by dd_damavand; grant resource, connect to ra_damavand identified by ra_damavand; alter user pd_damavand default tablespace users temporary tablespace temp; alter user dd_damavand default tablespace users temporary tablespace temp; alter user ra_damavand default tablespace users temporary tablespace temp;

Active Project Retrieval

1. Select Project Administrator from the Plant Design System Environment form.

Active Project Retrieval

2. Select Project Archival Manager from the Project Administrator form.

Active Project Retrieval

3. Select Active Project Retrieval from the Project Administrator form.

Active Project Retrieval

4. Type the node name and directory path for the disk location that contains the archived data set. Then Choose Confirm button to accept the specified location.

Active Project Retrieval

5. Select the options for project data to be retrieved. Then Choose Confirm button to accept the specified location. The Reference Data option displays a set of fields for you to select the reference data to retrieve. The Complete Project option retrieves all of the above data. Choose the Confirm button to begin processing of retrieval.

Active Project Retrieval

6. The retrieval is submitted as a batch job. When process is finished, Information on the retrieval process is written to the RETRIEVE.LOG file in c:\temp or /usr/temp.

Batch Job

Intergraph Batch Manager

7. Refer to Intergraph Batch Services for Windows NT Quick-Start Guide.