Sorry, this is a late response
We are currently on WF4.0 M120 & INLINK 3.4 M062
I believe for us, Pro/INTRALINK 9.1 m030+ is probably the first viable replacement for our link3.4 implementation which is very simplistic. It’s not perfect, but it is usable, the performance is finally acceptable and installation fairly straight forward.
I took me a while to figure out that Windchill INTRALINK 9.1 could be set-up in a very simplistic way. PTC should try to promote that as an acceptable concept.
Our plan is to migrate to Windchill INTRALINK 9.1 M040 in the next few months. One of the primary drivers is to be able to upgrade to WF5 ASAP and beyond. We would have been perfectly happy to stay on ILINK 3.4.
We are not migrating to PDMLINK because we don't have a complex product development cycle to manage. We have kept it simple. Product Point is way too early in its lifetime to be considered. How long ago was it that Windchill INTRALINK was introduced as the replacement for Ilink3.4? (2005) PTC’s Vision and reality are usually separated by about 3-4 years.
A growing concern of mine is the possible demise of Windchill INTRALINK.
The preliminary agenda for the conference was just released. There was not a single reference to Windchill INTRALINK in any of the presentation titles. Should a path towards Windchill INTRALINK be reconsidered?
We will probably move ahead anyway with the expectation of having to move to something else in 3-4 years
There are several enhancements in WF5 that we could have been using yesterday.