To start customizing the system, it is necessary to understand some concepts in the Promob Catalog.
The following is a list of the concepts used and defined by the Promob Catalog:
|1. ID||Registration identifier. This value is suggested by the system, so there is no need to fill it out.|
|2. Abbreviation||Short nomenclature that is visible to the user in the modulation bar.|
|3. Description||Item full nomenclature, usually visible on the budget and on the status bar.|
|4. Attributes||Specific treatments that can be defined for a Group, Module and/or Aggregate.|
|5. Inserts||Modules that complete the structure of another module. Example: Door, Top, Feet, Footers.|
|6. Positioning||Predefined sets of handle insertion positions.|
|7. Styles||The entire style registered as a module that belongs to a group. The registration of the style template is done individually. Each with its main characteristics. Example: Door, handle.|
|8. Layers||Modulation visualization filters.|
|9. Component||List of layers that belongs to a drawing.|
|10. Child Modules||Every module that is related and depends on another (Groups, modules, aggregates, attributes).|
|11. Parent Modules||Any module that has another module related to it (Groups, modules, aggregates, attributes).|
|12. Inheritage||Inheritance is a way of defining characteristics common to several modules. When a specific characteristic is defined for a module, all modules that are related to it automatically inherit that characteristic.|
|13. PMOB||Design extension created by Promob.|
Promob recommends standardizing the nomenclature of modules, groups, models and items in general. To check the standards recommended by Promob, click here.