Hi, is it possible to add explorer command (on right click) that would generate a conisio hyperlink (example: CONISIO://EPDM/OPEN?PROJECTID=4770&DOCUMENTID=98055&OBJECTTYPE=1) and copy it to clipboard?
Let me start by saying I'm no PDM expert. I'm getting this error message Some of the things I can't do: view histories, change states My coworkers and myself are all remoteing in and none of them are experiencing this. Any help would be appreciated.
Hi, I have a Generic part which i am currently working on which is at A.33 version. When the Generic was created, i.e. A.1 version, i had created 3 instances which was made to be checked into windchill. However in A.2 version of generic, i configured the three instances not to be available in Windchill by clicking ''No'' in the custom properties.…(Show moreShow less)
Where can I find the file that manage the Project structure in PDM Workgroup? The file that is changed if I for example add a new project folder. What is the name of that file and is it a .txt or . ini file? Maybe another type of file?
Not sure if this has been answered already or you've found it by exploring, but it will be in a file named projects.pdmw - this file can be found in the pdmrc subfolder within the directory where your PDMw Vault is installed (on my setup, it is in ~\pdmrc\projects.pdmw).
Hello, We are currently working on a open hardware project. We use Git for the software version control and sharing but concerning the hardware is not very clear ... I'm looking for a svn/git-like or pdm-like software to share the solidworks parts and store the different versions. For the moment, svn/git can't make diff on solidworks…(Show moreShow less)
Hello everyone, I'm sorry for this late reply but I wanted to share my experience, which I hope will help you. Terminology: VCS : Version Control System(s) CVCS : Centralized VCS DVCS : Distributed VCS As a mechatronic Engineer, I regularly make board designs, create enclosures and 3D prototypes, and write software programs. I use both…
I'm trying to open 2021-1300 (assy) referencing 2021-1000 27/28 to check in the latest changes. For some reason, the latest model references version 23/28 and I can't get it to pull the latest even though I have the latest on my machine. Image attached. #pdm
hi Bobby J. Moore II PDM is working as it should, it will show you the versions of a file used in that version of the assembly. If you have not sorted this out:- open the assembly in Solidworks go to your PDM tab top right of screen highlight the top level assembly 'Get Latest version' there should be some warning that you are editing…