Posts Tagged ‘RuleManager’

Got CAD standards?

Thursday, 7 February 2008

SpecChecker and RuleManager work together to make life easy.

Clearwater, Florida, USA — The biggest barrier to getting started with automatic standards enforcement is telling SpecChecker what your standards are. With RuleManager, a tool included for free with every copy of SpecChecker, even that barrier is easily surmounted.

SpecChecker uses rules files to make sure your design files meet your standards. Rules files are text files that are a representation of your CAD standards in a form that SpecChecker can automatically enforce.

The easiest way to create a rules file of your own is to let RuleManager create one automatically from one …
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SpecChecker expert cuts through CAD standards confusion.

Sunday, 7 August 2005

By Eiren Smith, Axiom’s Vice President for Technology
There are a million and one different CAD standards: national standards, client standards, project standards and company standards, ad hoc standards defined by CAD managers. It’s a very big field. When it comes to enforcement of CAD standards, even at a small shop, it’s hard to get things to hold still long enough to figure out where to begin.

With so many CAD standards possibilities, it can be easy to get bogged down with choices

The majority of CAD standards enforcement consists of checking attributes of individual elements. The …
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Axiom releases RuleManager for V8.

Tuesday, 7 September 2004

By Eiren Smith, Vice President for Technology
CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA — As the Product Manager for Axiom’s quality assurance tools SpecChecker, SpecMonitor and RuleManager, customers regularly ask me what’s new. The answer is always “Plenty!”

RuleManager for V8 can extract a set of CAD standards to be used with Axiom’s quality assurance tools from an existing design file quickly and automatically.

The latest news about Axiom’s quality assurance tools is the release of the first version of RuleManager for the MicroStation V8 family, including MicroStation V8 2004 Edition. Why is this a momentous occasion? Now, V8 …
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