A library maps the product for which you want to generate a documentation. You manage and organize your library data in a library. If you have filled a Library with data, you can subsequently publish it. With the publication of the library it becomes visible in the Project Builder for other users in your organization.
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The smallest information units in your Library are configuration variables and macros. While you define configuration variables in eBUILD, you manage macros in the EPLAN Platform. Placeholder objects in macros serve as the communication between the EPLAN Platform and eBUILD.
You bundle several macros and the associated configuration variables into a Macro-Typical. Macro-Typicals can in turn be assigned in Typical-Groups. It is also possible to nest Typical-Groups in each other. The combination of the Macro-Typicals and Typical-Groups is then effected in the configurators. All these elements are part of your library.
In the library, you create and manage rules. A set of rules can include rules on dependencies, calculations and the appearance of the configurator. Configuration variables and the formula language designed for eBUILD are available for the definition of the rules. Through the rules you determine which configuration options the user has in Project Builder.
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