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Custom Tasks in EPDM can be setup to execute on a schedule.
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The 'out-of-the-box' task add-in provided with EPDM does not make use of the scheduling functionality.
The Task framework is designed so that 'custom' task add-ins can be created (via the API).
Below is the section from the EPDM Programmer's Reference Guide on Tasks: (right-click on the Add-ins node in the Administration tool)
In Enterprise 2009 and earlier, it was only possible to execute add-ins on your own client machine. A change state hook would call the add-in on the machine where the change state command was run. A menu command would execute the add-in on the computer where the menu command was selected. Although this is often what you want, there are also cases when you would like to execute an add-in on a different machine. This is possible in Enterprise 2010 through the introduction of tasks.A task is an add-in and a collection of meta-data associated with that add-in. The meta data consist of:
You can read more about the task execution system in Enterprise's main help file.The basic steps you need to take to create your own task is to:
The task definition is now ready to be executed in one of the following ways:
Using the Standard Add-inYou don't need to write your own add-in if the only thing you want your task to do is to open files in SolidWorks and execute scripts on them. Then it is enough to create a new task using the standard task add-in that is shipped with SolidWorks Enterprise PDM.
Code Samples Complete task add-in sample
Structures and Constants
Thank's for your quick reply, so you mean to say that with API it is possible Right.
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