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See this short movie showing how to write Vaults Document Revision back to an Inventor file.
Posted by Richard Rankin at 10:38 AM in How To's, New in 2011, Vault Collaboration, Vault Workgroup | Permalink
Hello, do you have good tips and tricks regarding the use of the revision table and Vault Workgroup? Because, if you forget to unchecked the option "Update Property on Revision Number Edit" when you place the revision table in Inventor, the revision number of the last line of the revision table will follow the iProperty. Then the last line show you revision B with a comment of the revision A... A little bit confusing...
Thanks in advance.
October 13, 2010 at 08:43 AM
This sort of How-To question is maybe best asked in the Vault Forums. The posts on this blog are as a result of questions posed to Autodesk Support from support cases. Maybe this is one also for the "Under the Hood" blog that deals mostly with workflows.
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October 13, 2010 at 04:14 PM
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