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How to check the type of WTObject and run an expression

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How to check the type of WTObject and run an expression

I wrote the following code in the expression but it does not run

wt.fc.QueryResult qr= wt.maturity.MaturityHelper.service.getPromotionTargets(pn);

while (qr.hasMoreElements()) 
{
 if(qr.type.equals("EPMDocument")
  {
    wt.lifecycle.LifeCycleManaged lifeCycleManaged = (wt.lifecycle.LifeCycleManaged) qr.nextElement();
    wt.lifecycle.LifeCycleServerHelper.service.setState(lifeCycleManaged, wt.lifecycle.State.toState("DESIGNCHANGE"));
  }
}



I want to check the type of the object and change the lifecycle state only if it is an EPMDocument
Can you help me please?

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Re: How to check the type of WTObject and run an expression

Hello,

 

Here is a precise code (highlighted in red) for your reference. Thought I have demonstrated it for wt.part.WTPart type, you can use wt.epm.EPMDocument for EPMDocument type.

 

 

wt.fc.QueryResult qr= wt.maturity.MaturityHelper.service.getPromotionTargets(pn);
while (qr.hasMoreElements()) 
{
	wt.fc.WTObject  obj =(wt.fc.WTObject) qr.nextElement();
	if(obj instanceof wt.part.WTPart){
		wt.part.WTPart prt = (wt.part.WTPart) obj;
		System.out.println("****** " + prt.getNumber());
// Add you logic here } }

 

Output:

PN Output.png

 

PN Output1.png

 

 

I hope it helps you.

 

Regards,

Shirish

 

 

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Re: How to check the type of WTObject and run an expression

Hello,

 

Here is a precise code (highlighted in red) for your reference. Thought I have demonstrated it for wt.part.WTPart type, you can use wt.epm.EPMDocument for EPMDocument type.

 

 

wt.fc.QueryResult qr= wt.maturity.MaturityHelper.service.getPromotionTargets(pn);
while (qr.hasMoreElements()) 
{
	wt.fc.WTObject  obj =(wt.fc.WTObject) qr.nextElement();
	if(obj instanceof wt.part.WTPart){
		wt.part.WTPart prt = (wt.part.WTPart) obj;
		System.out.println("****** " + prt.getNumber());
// Add you logic here } }

 

Output:

PN Output.png

 

PN Output1.png

 

 

I hope it helps you.

 

Regards,

Shirish

 

 

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Re: How to check the type of WTObject and run an expression

thank you!
Did you link Eclipse with PDMLink?
Can you tell me how?
It's okay to give me a link
Please.

Re: How to check the type of WTObject and run an expression

Sure. here is the comamnd which guide you throught the step by step instructions to do this:

 

ant -f bin\tools.xml eclipse_project.help

 

Copying below are the exact steps:

 

 

 [echo] 0) Install FileSync
     [echo]    a) Start Eclipse
     [echo]    b) Accept the default workspace (we'll, later, assign a different one)
     [echo]    c) Select Help -> Install new software...
     [echo]    d) Click Add... (next to "Work with:")
     [echo]    e) Set Name to FileSync and Location to http://andrei.gmxhome.de/eclipse/
     [echo]    f) Click OK, then wait until the "Pending..." text disappears
     [echo]    g) Type FileSync in the text are with the grayed-out text reading "type filter text"
     [echo]    h) Select the FileSync for Eclipse 3.6 (currently under Eclipse 3.5 - 3.7 plugins)
     [echo]    i) Click Next >, wait, then click Next > again
     [echo]    j) Select the "I accept the terms of the license agreement" radio button
     [echo]    k) Click Finish
     [echo]    l) OK the Security Warning
     [echo]    m) Click Not Now, then exit Eclipse.
     [echo] 1) Run the eclipse_project task  
     [echo] 2) Launch Eclipse, specifying D:\ptc\Windchill_10.1\Windchill/../eclipse as the workspace
     [echo] 3) Import the cust_Windchill_src project
     [echo]    a) File -> Import... -> General -> Existing Projects into Workspace
     [echo]    b) Select Browse (next to "Select root directory") and click OK
     [echo]    c) Your project will be listed and checked; click Finish.

 

I hope it helps you.

 

Regards,

Shirish

 

Re: How to check the type of WTObject and run an expression

i approciated your reply

thank you so much

Re: How to check the type of WTObject and run an expression

Can you share the full screen of PNOutput?
I am wondering how you wrote the code to test it like a console when you linked Windchill in the Eclipse IDE.

 

thanks

Re: How to check the type of WTObject and run an expression

Did you link Eclipse with PDMLink? is it working for you? i have tried same as below but not working                            ant -f bin\tools.xml eclipse_project.help

 

can any one help me on this, have tried but its not working  please share me if have any document how set up project in eclipse and run 

 

Thanks,

Re: How to check the type of WTObject and run an expression

@Kothai ,

Yes, I linked Eclipse with PDMLink and it is working absolutely fine for me. Only executing above command will not help here. This command only gives the instructions and you will have to perform those steps manually. This is one time activity and once done you're Eclipse will be configured with WC.

 

Best luck!

 

Regards,

Shirish

Re: How to check the type of WTObject and run an expression

Hi @ShirishMorkhade ShirishMorkhade,

Thank you for responding my question ,but how can build and run the application from eclipse ,is there any configuration required? please let me know how  we will do ?