In Logic it is much simpler to use the 'ECO to PCB' button in the ECO dialog. I've found that if the part is already placed (as a CT3528) you may need to manually change it (to 0805) in Layout to get everything in sync.
The 'ECO from PCB' button allows you to transfer changes back to Logic from Layout; or you can also <File><Import><ECO> in Logic to bring the changes in from Layout.
I hope that helps.
if i use ECO it is not good design flow right from Pads Logic to Pads Layout ?? in my design has nine pages i want to annotate from begin stage to end.
Generally i am following two method for importing netlist from pads logic to pads Layout:
1.From beginning (For first import) i will export netlist from pads logic and bring it that netlist in pads layout
2.For second import time, i will compare the board file (.pcb) with ASCII file from that i will generate ECO file.(before i will generate the Report file from File-->Reports-->Power PCB V3 File Format from that i will copy "
!PADS-POWERPCB-V3.0-MILS! DESIGN DATABASE ASCII FILE 2.0
*PART* ITEMS" )
i will copy this above two line and paste it in ECO file
after that i will import the ECO file is it correct method.??
ECO does a lot of this automatically for you. Yes, you can do a lot more manually like you are doing.
Search around the communities, there have been posts going around lately about scripts for sequencing refdes per page and other techniques that Logic/Layout don't do automatically.