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- Yes, your SolidEdge files would be in the same Explorer folders you see in the user interface. You can still use your batch macros after using a "Get Latest" function in EPDM (gets you a local copy of the files of interest). If your batch routine changes the files, check them out first.
- Yes, the CAD references/links (where used and contains) are stored in the database and the master files themselves are stored on a file server (Archive). When you retrieve them as a user, you get them in their organized folder structure.
- The references are resolved and added to the database on check-in, so the where used structure is built at that point by a running SolidEdge process. After the files are checked in for the first time, where used and contains reports are just querying the database results. So no long waits for where used reports!