while seeing the integration services and info*engine tasks related to integration of thingworx and windchill I came across this term. Could anyone please explain.?
thanks and regards,
Hi Madhu - In an Info*Engine context UFID stands for Unique Federation Identifier and and consists of three parts :
<Local ID>:<Global Universal ID>@<Repository Name>
For example : OR:wt.part.WTPart:1547:518975639-1051290416828-696264-103-4-132-10@SERVER.ptc.com
1. <Local ID> : The Local ID identifies the object within the local Windchill system.
2. <Global Universal ID> : The Global Universal ID uniquely identifies the server.
3. <SERVER.ptc.com> : The Repository Name is used to identify the system for Federation
If you are dealing with objects coming from a single Windchill system, you can just use the <Local ID> : OR:wt.part.WTPart:1547 uniquely identify a Part within a Windchill system.
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