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After you create the user sections, new records are automatically generated in the Advance Steel databases. The following example is based on "Monopanel Ondea".

Open the "AstorProfile.mdb" database, which you can find following the path: C:\ProgramData\Autodesk\Advance\Data.

How are new profiles added in the cladding macro?

How are new profiles added in the cladding macro?

Here, you will find the sections that you have generated in Autodesk Advance Steel.

Open the "ProfileMasterTable" tables and add a line for the new profile you have created.

How are new profiles added in the cladding macro?

Next, define the new user sections in the "Cladding" database. To do this, you must open the "Astorrule.mdb" database found in C:\ProgramData\Autodesk\Advance Steel 2016\Steel\Data.

How are new profiles added in the cladding macro?

Open the table named "RULE Cladding_ProfileClasses". Add a new line to the profile you have created.

How are new profiles added in the cladding macro?

In the "Class" column, copy the text that you find in the "TypeNameText" column of the "ProfileMasterTable"- AstorProfiles.mdb

Open the "RULE_Cladding_ProfilesInfo" tab from "AstorRules.mdb" and add lines for each section separately.

How are new profiles added in the cladding macro?

The section name from the "RULE_Cladding_ProfilesInfo" table is composed of:

- The text from the "TypeNameText" column in the "ProfileMasterTable"-AstorProfiles.mdb table.
- The font "#@§@#"
- The text from the "StandardName" column in the section table (in this example)
"USR_MONOPANELOndea" - AstorProfiles.mdb
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