Managing Issues

To create and manage Issues, use the Issue History panel of Layout Book Settings.
1.
Update Drawings as needed. You should do a Drawing Update in the Drawing Manager before the New Issue is created. (Otherwise, some Layouts with new Changes may not be added to the Issue.)
2.
Use the New Issue command.
3.
In the New Issue dialog box, enter the needed data to identify the new Issue.
The Project’s First Issue: For the project’s very first Issue, all Layouts of the project are “new”, and so all the Layouts are added to the Issue.
Note: A Layout listed in blue means that it has not been issued yet in its current form.
All Subsequent New Issues: Every time you create a New Issue after the first one, all open Layout Revisions – that have not yet been issued (and are listed in blue) are automatically added to the new Issue. (You are free to remove any Layouts that you don’t need from the Issue. See Remove Layout from Current Issue.)
Of latest Revision only: Only the Markers that are part of the latest Revision will appear on the Layouts of this Issue. (Markers associated with previous Revisions will not be shown on the Layout.)
All: All Change Markers are shown.
None: No Change Markers are shown on any Layout.
Since a particular Issue: Change Markers are shown from all the Revisions starting with the Issue chosen here.
Click Add Layout from the Issue History panel:
Note: Layouts listed in gray text in the Add Layout dialog box have already been added to the Issue; you cannot add these. You can add the ones in black type (not yet in the Issue) and/or those in blue (unissued Revisions that are not yet in this Issue).
The current Revision of each Layout included in the Issue is closed
All Changes on issued Layouts get the status of Issued.
Note: In Teamwork, the Issues – Modify History access right is required to reopen an Issue. (By default, this right is assigned to the Lead Architect role.)
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