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Knowledge Base notifier

msteffke
13-Aquamarine

Knowledge Base notifier

Don't know how many of you get the daily e-mail from PTC Knowledge Base notification, listing the new TANS, workarounds etc.. It usually lists 2 to 5 items. Todays email listed about 500+ items, more than I could count. I found that peculiar. It looks like they closed a lot of items and are going to live with the workaround, or solve in later release.
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I was wondering about that large email as well.
I clicked on a number of the articles, and found that nearly every one of
them did not have a solution. "Issue will be resolved in a future release of
<product name=">."
But, I don't perceive them to be closed. What I realy find intersting is
that some of these bugs go back many old releases of Pro/E, include R14!

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"Steffke, Mark" wrote:
Don't know how many of you get the daily e-mail from PTC Knowledge Base
notification, listing the new TANS, workarounds etc.. It usually lists 2 to
5 items. Todays email listed about 500+ items, more than I could count. I
found that peculiar. It looks like they closed a lot of items and are going
to live with the workaround, or solve in later release.

Me too.  This happened once before.  Odd to say the least.

I often wonder how things get on the notices.  Every now and then
something will pop on there from release 17 or 18 going back 5 years or
more.  I think they watch the exploder too.  More than once someone has
asked about an issue and low and behold an old TAN or TPI shows up on
the KB notices the next day.

Doug Schaefer
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MarkHeinze
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(To:msteffke)

To my dismay, I see a large portion of thoseTANS have to do with
ModelCHECK.
It is quite unfortunate that, considering it's potential, ModelCHECK
continues to be handled like an unwanted step-child.
It would help us with better models greatly if it would work properly!

Mark Heinze

>>> "Doug Schaefer" <> 1/31/2006 9:31:55
AM >>>

Me too.  This happened once before.  Odd to say the least.

I often wonder how things get on the notices.  Every now and then
something will pop on there from release 17 or 18 going back 5 years or
more.  I think they watch the exploder too.  More than once someone has
asked about an issue and low and behold an old TAN or TPI shows up on
the KB notices the next day.

Doug Schaefer
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