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Change Notice vs. Promotion Request

Re: Change Notice vs. Promotion Request

@JHall Typo corrected - meant 11.0 M010

 

Good question Jim - if you set the Embedded CT preference it would be in place for all CN types.  However once any CN has more then 1 CT it is ignored.  What this would enable is a CN type - call it Simple CN where you are only allowed to create 1 CT.  This would force this CN type to ALWAYS use the Embedded CT preference.

Re: Change Notice vs. Promotion Request

@JeffZemsky  That's really interesting. 

I wonder if the Embedded Change Task preference were in place, but other ECN templates were available, you could easily create the simple ECN, but also have the more complex ECN's readily available? 

Could it be the best of both worlds?

 

James Hall
Windchill 11.0 M030
WGM 11.0 M030
Inventor Pro 2017
Windows 10

Re: Change Notice vs. Promotion Request

@JHall That would certainly work -

Re: Change Notice vs. Promotion Request

@JeffZemsky,

Side question about embedded change task.

 

When customer chooses this preference, the Change Notice information page displays the Affected Objects table, and Resulting Objects table in lieu of the Implementation Plan table.

 

However, for native task form templates (where CN is the PBO), we cannot achieve the same functionality for workflow tasks from the CN.  It would be nice to be able to close that gap and provide consistent UX.  I'm seeing this in 10.2 M030.  Have those tables been made available for native task form templates (when CN is the PBO) in later versions of Windchill?  Or are they still missing?

 

You can reference case C13281629.

 

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