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Hi, guys.

I built a simple HIP to show a problem i meet when emit the rbd interval.

If i use creation frame way , when emit the rbd. The dop will create several same rbd object value , you can see form detail view, how to merge them into one object? 

 

Another way if use sop solver to merge emit rbd object, when there have two different rbd object, like box1, box2,
every object Geometry path will create the emit object,you can see form sim and detail view.
 
How to just created the emit object in the first object Geometry. 
 
Thanks.
 
 
 

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use the @name attrib to merge them into a single dop object

Thanks, willow.

But you maybe didn't notice if there were two rbd object ,like box1, box2, then you merge emit rbd object, it will created two same Geometry.

I sorry i haven't explain clearly.

After a while, you can see two same sphere in View  and detail view.

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I`m wondering what is your solution?

I tried to use dop groups without success but I think this is the best approach.

My current solution is to use stamp "OBJID" and "OBJNAME" attributes or another geometry detail attribute to switch outputs.

For example if you set switch expression to

$FF%20 == 5 && stamp("..","OBJID",0)==1

this will operate only on geometry with id 1.

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I`m wondering what is your solution?

I tried to use dop groups without success but I think this is the best approach.

My current solution is to use stamp "OBJID" and "OBJNAME" attributes or another geometry detail attribute to switch outputs.

For example if you set switch expression to

$FF%20 == 5 && stamp("..","OBJID",0)==1

this will operate only on geometry with id 1.

Most the same to you, rayman.

judge the rbd number.

I also wonder why the sopsolver or mulitsolver group not working?

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