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WINDCHILL task

WINDCHILL task

WINDCHILL task

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I have a task to revise the PDF document that exist in Windchill, "revision number" need to match with the respective WT part. Here PDF/WT parts number are same.



My requirement:

I have list of all pdf document number need to be updated.

If PDF document revision matches with the WT part then "no change required" else revision need to done on PDF document.



Is it possible to automate this task

RE: WINDCHILL task

If you are a Windchill admin with significant SQL and Windchill development experience it's easy.

If not, record all the steps required and then use some automation tool, like AutoIt or AutoHotKey, to do this.

RE: WINDCHILL task

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Thank you for your sugesstion and quuick reply

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