Part Modeling > Resolving Regeneration Failures > Resolve Mode > The FIX MODEL Menu
If you choose the Fix Model option, the FIX MODEL menu is shown. Choose either Current Modl or Backup Modl and an appropriate option from the FIX MODEL menu.
The FIX MODEL menu has the following options:
Current Modl—Perform operations on the current active (failed) model.
Backup Modl—Perform operations on the backup model, displayed in a separate window from the current model in the active window.
Feature—Perform feature operations on the model using the standard FEAT menu. The system displays the CONFIRMATION menu so you can confirm or cancel the request only if the Undo Changes option is not possible. However, the Undo Changes option is always possible if you used the Regen Backup option in the ENVIRONMENT menu.
The SELECT FEAT menu Failed Feat command selects the latest failed feature. A message is shown in the Message Window when you successfully redefine the feature and automatically regenerates the model.
When you choose Done from the FEAT menu, the system displays the Information Window with a message stating that the model has been successfully regenerated.
The system also displays instructions so you can either exit the Resolve environment or continue to make changes before you exit.
Modify—Modify dimensions using the standard MODIFY menu.
Regenerate—Regenerate the model.
Switch Dim—Switch the dimension display from symbols to values or vice versa.
Restore—Display the restore menu so you can restore dimensions, parameters, relations, or all of these to their values prior to the failure. The RESTORE menu options are as follows:
All Changes—Restore all the changed items.
Dimensions—Restore the dimensions.
Parameters—Restore the parameters.
Relations—Restore the relations.
Relations—Add, delete, or modify relations, as necessary, to be able to regenerate the model, using the MODEL REL and RELATIONS menus.
Set Up—Display the standard PART SETUP menu to perform additional part setup procedures.
X-Section—Create, modify, or delete a cross-sectional view using the CROSS SEC menu.
Program—Access Pro/Program capabilities using the PROGRAM menu.
Relation Constraint Violation
When the part has been modified so a relation constraint has been violated, the violated constraint is shown in the Information Window.
After you exit the Information Window, the system prompts whether to continue regeneration. If you answer No, the previous dimension values are restored. Otherwise, regeneration continues.