While calculating verdict for a BOM few of the sub assembly could be kept as NOT TO BE CONSIDERED.
Now the user has to
1. go in each part details, set specification applicability one by one
2. calculate verdict for BOM
3. If need to change for other BOM
4. Again go back in each part details and change one by one
This is very time consuming in case of Moderate BOMs or Huge BOMs
If possible to have a new action button in search result table. So that user can select multiple parts and Set Specification Applicability.
The action "Set Specification Applicability" is available from Company Part Search Results, so that a batch action can occur against multiple parts in a single action.
Please let me know if you are not seeing this, and I can assist further with determining if your exact installed version of WPA has this implemented.
Also, this button is permission controlled, so I can assist in ensuring that proper permissions have been set.
Product Management Technical Lead - Windchill Product Analytics
Thank you for the update. I just saw the functionality. We are in 10.1 M020 P07
Under which patch/version it came in? Recently we did P03,04,07
Glad to hear you are now successful in finding/executing the functionality.
This is not a new feature, and has been present throughout the 10+ releases.
If you discover and inconsistency or issue, I am happy to examine it further if you provide me details.
Thank you for the update, it was to do with Role which we have not assigned, we did some permutation combination and found a list of roles.
So I observed out that ROLE_EC_PRODUCTCOMPLIANCE_MANAGER can view the same. Configuration XML has those entries, but do you have any document stating action of roles? Where can we find documentation for WPA? I have installation and configuration guide.
The documentation is in the Windchill Product Analytics Online Help Center: WPA->Quick Links dropdown->Help.
Once you are navigated to the Online Help, navigate to the following page:
->PTC Windchill Product Analytics Core
-> About Roles
If I can assist with anything else, please let me know.
Thank You Steve
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