Can anyone point me to a good explanation or documentation defininjg the differences of these objects and their usage?
I have an idea in my mind, but I want to get the real scoop before I answer my uuser base.
David T. Francis
The Windchill Help Center has a topic, entitled Object Types, that provides a high-level definition of each object. There is also a Configuration and Change Management Overview that is intended as a conceptual overview of those functions of Windchill, and there is a quite a bit more information about parts to be found there. Getting to Work with Creo and Managing CAD Data (starting with Introduction to the Workspace) are good resources for information about CAD documents.
I hope this is helpful; as always, I'll appreciate any feedback.
EPM stands for "Enterprise Product Model".
In Reply to Mike Lockwood:
Have always wondered what "EPM" stands for. Most places in the system labeled as "CAD" but not all and all the code says EPM.