We would like to extend the use of PartsLink to include WTDocument.
This idea is a duplicate of above link?
No, Document Classification? is just a discussion. These two items should be linked together, but its important for people to vote up the idea. I will cross post to make sure people are aware.
Scott - Is there something scheduled around Document Classification in the Roadmap? Partslink may be dedicated to parts but the idea to classify documents would consist in applying the concepts of PartsLink to the WTDocument Item with a unified way to search objects (parts and docs) ... Business would be very much interested with such features, especially when business users are used to Partslink...
does anyone have an update regarding "Document Classification" by applying the PartsLink capabilities?
1. Is it planned to be implemented?
2. do we have temporary approach or best practice to handle this topic with Windchill?
3. do we have customer references as we could reuse approaches and working methodologies?
We have a customer request where we might need to compete against other external tools.
Many Thanks in Advance for your response.
You seem to work for PTC so I hope you have a higher level of information on this topic.
From our TSAM :
Document Classification is in our future plans but quite low on our priority list (at least no chance in the near future). Sent more information to PM.[3 Oct 2016] There is quite a bit of R&D work required to enable this feature so we are hoping to be able to fund a design spike in Windchill 11.0 M030 with a view to possibly implementing in the following release. This is not confirmed yet but, if approved, this would be the soonest we could implement.
[23 Nov 2016] The implementation work cannot be done in 11.0_M030. We are planning to work on the design approach during the M030 time frame though
Can an OIR be applied to a Classification?
What'is the target version ?
The release is planned for the upcoming Windchill 126.96.36.199 release. This work has spanned several releases. We will be putting some examples here shortly - stay tuned.
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