Barring customization......only on transition as an action.
So let me get this right, I have to use states and transitions, I cant just change the revision on check in? The only reason i'm switching is because their not supporting Workgroup PDM starting 2017. Ideally I would like a similar setup to what Workgroup PDM is like. A system where i take ownership on checkout. Make the necessary changes, check it back in with a note and a revision change. Are their settings available in Standard PDM that can allow for this setup? Sorry if I sound angry, i'm just frustrated that I have to try and use this new program that has less features and functionality than Workgroup PDM.
We'll you can do it manually anytime you want. But if you want the system to do the revisions for you, you have to create a transition action to "Set Variable" and for the value select "%nextrevision%".
There are actually two components to revisions.
1. Apply it to a data card variable.
2. Apply a revision label to a specific version.
Applying it to a variable allows for it to be mapped inside the file in a title block or note. It also gives you something to look at on the data card. Applying the label to a specific version shows it in the history for the purpose of selecting a given revision...usually on Release. You can setup the revision schemes and labeling and variables in many different ways.
I feel your pain as I'm in the process of switching to PDM standrad from workgroup PDM
In the PDM file explorer, you can manually "set revision" with check-in files
Select a checked in file that is in the workflow state you just edited and select
Modify > Set Revision.
You must have sufficient rights to set revision numbers.
b) In the Set Revision dialog box, confirm that the Current Revision column shows
the current revision number and that New revision shows the appropriate revision
number based on the revision increment you set for the state.
Instead of using the next revision, you can click in the New Revision field to
select a different revision number to set on the file.
c) Click OK.
The History dialog box, Explorer Version tab, and Get Version listing for this file
should all show the new revision number.
That is new functionality in 2016.....does that apply it to a data card variable as well?
it's totally cool and it's my wishlist in workgroup PDM (never become true )
I've tried and it's working - updating the data card - however I'm not aware of this is a new feature in 2016
Did you get this working? So when you check in, the Revision is set? I got mine working to do it. Let me know if I can help.