Thanks for your response. Please see below for my responses.
Note: Typically when any Opens/Shorts are detected, you would need
to perform a Step-by-Step deduction process (see below). For
example in your sample design, FAB 3000 pinpointed the first open
VDUT4/VMON4 at (11.005, 6.434). The design engineer would need to
perform the following:
If FAB 3000 netlist compare passes, than the updated design is now
good (all other warnings were simply a compounded byproduct from the
open/short). If FAB 3000 finds other opens/shorts, than use the
new location and net for that error and repeat steps 1-3 above.
Trying to fix multiple opens and shorts simultaneously is recipe for
disaster. Methodically fixing opens/shorts one at a time is the
most reliable method.
I understand your concern because of multiple errors/warnings that do not all seem correct. However if the board is good, FAB 3000 will pass it. If the board is bad, FAB 3000 correctly fails the PCB and issues warnings. Fixing one error at a time (Back in CAD), and then re-running FAB 3000 netlist check until no errors are shown, will ensure the successful electrical integrity of any PCB.
When testing FAB 3000, I have purposely added many shorts and opens to our design. When running the Netlist Comparison, FAB 3000 is telling me that I have a short in locations where there should not be any and not finding shorts where they are located. I am confused why each error is not pinpointed?