When using 3D CAD packages, many users have seen the dreaded “unable to obtain required memory” errors. Although it is not a sure fire solution, the 3GB “switch” for Windows 32-Bit environments can offer some relief from this problem. This switch is most useful if the machine has 3GB of RAM or more, however, it […]
Using a variable value in a rule can be tricky because deciding which variable to use is a variable in itself. For example, if you have 40 variables named V1, V2, V3 and so on, and you want to display the value of the correct variable based on what a user chooses in a control […]
Information Management (IM) policies allow you to enforce compliance with corporate business processes or legal or governmental regulations for the management of information. These policies allow you to dictate how long information will be retained as well as what actions can be performed on this information. Government or regulatory requirements may require your organization to […]
Almost all data in SharePoint is stored in a list. Document libraries, calendars, assignments; they are all lists. Hopefully you are building a SharePoint site model that stores relevant data together in subject-specific sites and lists. If so, you likely will not run into any significant performance limitations with these lists as they will probably […]
3DVIA Sync is a companion product to 3DVIA Composer. 3DVIA Sync is a tool that can generate data for 3DVIA Composer to use or synchronize changes between source data and 3DVIA Composer deliverables, such as images and animations.
If you’re an experienced SmarTeam CAD integration user, you may be familiar with SmarTeam’s Check Out ‘on the fly’ functionality. This feature senses whether documents are Checked Out as you modify them, warns you if they are not Checked Out, and allows you to instantly check them out as you modify them.
There are a variety of ways that you can leverage programming from within DriveWorks. One of the easiest is by building VBA helper functions inside of the Design Master, which allows you to augment the power of the Excel functions when it comes to writing your rules.
To create a PDMWorks Enterprise (PDMWE) shortcut (or blueberry), you must first know what the name of your view is, and know in what directory/folder your view is located. For example, a user creates a shortcut to the “Demo” View that is located in the root of the “E:” drive. If you just create a […]