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How to duplicate a unique folder structure

How to duplicate a unique folder structure

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Hello forum

I am curious to see if there is any great solutions for how to duplicate a folder in TC and creating a new folder that are unique and not just copying a link.

The picture attached to this discussion illustrates my wish for creating a new folder with the same names, but at the same time not just be a link to the first created folder.

I have read a bit about ITK program, but could this be the - or part of the solution?

This would ease my work to create several folders including a bigger folder structure inside it.

My logic dictates me to believe that if you can imagine it, Teamcenter will be able to do so.

RE: How to duplicate a unique folder structure

As far as I know there is no out of the box functionality for this...

Ronald van den Broek
Senior Application Engineer
Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd
NX9 / TC10.1.2

Building new PLM environment from Scratch using NX11 / TC11

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