Rand IConnector to Pro/Intralink - possible alternatives?
I am looking for a way to automate the publication of drawings from Intralink to our company Intranet. At present we manually publish PDF files which is very time-consuming and repetitive! RAND had proposed to use their IConnector software to do this, but due to the Dassualt take-over this is no longer an option.
Does anyone know of a similar package that will automatically search Intralink for new/modified drawings based on Version and Release Level, and then publish using Intralink Parameters? We also need to do the same with AutoCAD drawings using Title Block parameters (but not from Intralink).
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