I haven't seen a list of options specifically for Creo Parametric publishing workers, so I thought I would post the options I use and ask for feedback.
Some of these options could be outdated. We first started using Windchill at version 9.0 with Pro/Engineer WF 4 content. I usually scan the options for changes as I update Creo Parametric (Pro/E) on the worker machines to make sure they are still valid, but the list of options grows larger and larger. It would be easy to miss some important changes.
Also, some of these options only work with newer versions of Creo Parametric, like 3.0. I recently added windows_browser_type = chromium_browser since it is the supported browser packaged with the application. Setting this option helps avoid IE settings that could cause problems or could be updated automatically without my knowledge through Windows group policy.
I would really like to hear from others on this. Please comment.
My config.pro options:
When I search in Creo3 to "freeze_failed_assy_comp" (is in you list), I find "allow_freeze_failed_assy_comp". So the old option is replaced by a new one with a slightly different effect. But it hinders us now, since we have a lot of assemblies with frozen components.
Thanks for looking over my list and commenting. According to PTC TS article CS195719, freeze_failed_assy_comp has no effect starting with Creo Parametric 3. It looks like the new option allow_freeze_failed_assy_comp set to YES only allows a user to manually fix location of a failed component, but now there is no option to automatically freeze failed components when opening an assembly. Can you confirm this? I don't currently have access to Creo Parametric.
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