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ILINK 3.X scripting docs?

bbailey
3-Visitor

ILINK 3.X scripting docs?

Hello All,

Does anyone have or can point me to some instructions on the ILINK 3.x
scripting technique where one captures the .java files created for a
script, modifies, compiles, then runs them? I have a need to do this in a
short time frame. The docs need not be all that detailed.

Also, I will be working with ILINK 3.3 M021. Is there a specific JDK for
that?

Thanks,

Ben

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4 REPLIES 4

Ben,

You may have to sell your soul but I know J.D. Felkins has created an
extensive manual on Intralink 3.X scripting. www.felcosolutions.com



Patrick Williams

Sr. Application Engineer

Steelcase Inc.

--- Ben A Bailey <-> wrote:
>
> Does anyone have or can point me to some instructions on the ILINK 3.x
> scripting technique where one captures the .java files created for a
> script, modifies, compiles, then runs them? I have a need to do this in a
> short time frame. The docs need not be all that detailed.

Here are three free references:
pperry
1-Newbie
(To:bbailey)

Also if you do a search on PTC Knowledge bas for scritping under Intralink there are some good documents describing the interface.

Think of itnralink Scripting as "edittable" mapkeys. You record the steps, then you edit the steps to make it more generic. then in the scripting Interface, you compile it. I would suggest getting one of the free editors on line (I use Jedit), makes it much easier to ake changes to the file.

And yes, I would also suggest you take the Felco Solutions Intralink Scripting class.

Patrick Perry
Armor Holdings

I was just in J.D. Felkins class 2 weeks ago for J-Link training. I think he
told me that he would be in Brazil for the month of September but he would
be reachable through email.
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