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Windchill moving away from JAVA?

dhamrick
1-Newbie

Windchill moving away from JAVA?

I am new to PTC and Windchill and do have one question that I cannot seem to find an answer for, perhaps one of you can tell me. We were informed by a local support person that PTC Windchill will be going away from the Java programming language in a coming release, is that true and if so what will be the new programming language of PTC Windchill? Thanks

Dennis Hamrick

Systems Support Engineer

DOE Oak Ridge National Lab

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tswett
12-Amethyst
(To:dhamrick)

Windchill is staying a Java-based application, but PTC has announced they are beginning to re-design certain parts of the application that were Java applets to HTML5 applets. This might be what the local support person was talking about.

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tswett
12-Amethyst
(To:dhamrick)

Windchill is staying a Java-based application, but PTC has announced they are beginning to re-design certain parts of the application that were Java applets to HTML5 applets. This might be what the local support person was talking about.

Tim, Thanks. That explains what the person meant. I thank you for your timely response.

Dennis

Dennis,

at this link there are a lot of presentations from PTC Live 2014.

http://portal.ptcuser.org/p/do/sd/sid=2460&type=0

One of them explain the migration from applet Java to HTML5 applets.

Marco
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