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Autodesk PLM 360: The Phantom-class

by Jonathan D. Kriek on Sep 30, 2015

Back in May Autodesk released it's very robust classification engine for PLM 360. It made it much easier to enforce standards, understand the function of an item, and create categories at multiple levels, but it's pretty easy to get carried away. If you're an Administrator like me you may feel that you can never have enough classification, but the reality is your users don't need all of it and it may in fact hinder their use of the system. So how do we strike the balance between function and organization?

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Topics: Autodesk PLM 360, Phantom Class, Classification

Autodesk PLM 360: The Scripting Librarian

by Jonathan D. Kriek on May 11, 2015

Library scripts are designed to enable reuse of code and eliminate repetitive programming tasks. Today we'll look at creating a library script to notify all users of a group without specifying each user or email address, creating a new item in a separate work space using out of the box library scripts, and then creating a new task for that item - all wrapped up in a single action script.

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Topics: Automation, Autodesk PLM 360, Scripting

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