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I like to do that kind of checking during a transition. Thus the users don't have to fill out the datacard until they are complete with the document.
In the example below the document cannot go through the transition until at least one character is in the "Title" variable.
(The underscore is wild for any character, the % is wildcard for any other number of characters.)
You can get pretty fancy with the ANDs and ORs...and only do the check if it is a certain file type. As you can see this can even be configuration specific.
Most common uses: To ensure the designer has assigned a material or finish, but don't bother them with it unless they are trying to pass their work on.
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Ok - i'd like to take it a step further - Let say you have more then one ondition thet has to be met, all have been except one - however enterprise only throws out an error (to my knowledge) that a condition has not bee met - it does not tell you which one
is there anyway to get enterprise to show a dialog that shows the missing condition(s)? and/or screens to fix said conditions?
@Jeff, What you say makes a lot of sense. However, the boss would prefer to have the information required at check in.
@Patrick, This is why the boss wants this at check in, because the message box is not informative enough to let the user what required information is omitted. You just get a "conditions of the transition not met" message.
I think the only options left would be API or maybe dispatch.