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By Fenton Webb
If you are looking for a unique P&ID project GUID, as of 2013 Plant3d the PnPDatabase.DbId() is the best way to go.
Note: that if you copy the whole project to a new location this GUID will *not* change.
Posted at 02:34 PM in .NET, 2012, 2013, Fenton Webb, Plant3D, PnID | Permalink