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					                             Quick Start Guide

Integrating Windchill ProductPoint
with SolidWorks
Windchill ProductPoint 2.0
September 2010

The Windchill ProductPoint 2.0 beta software is intended for beta testing only. It should not be used in a production
environment or to upgrade a production installation.



   What’s Inside
   This quick start guide provides:
     Basic steps for integrating Windchill ProductPoint with SolidWorks
     Steps for performing common configuration and operations tasks
   For comprehensive information, including detailed integration steps,
   operations, and troubleshooting, refer to the Windchill ProductPoint
   Application Integration Guide (not available for beta).

   SolidWorks Supported Versions
   Windchill ProductPoint 2.0 supports the following SolidWorks versions:
     SolidWorks 2009
     SolidWorks 2010
   For detailed system requirements, refer to Windchill ProductPoint System
   Requirements.
Contents
Contents ....................................................................................................... 2
Install the Windchill ProductPoint Workgroup Manager for SolidWorks ...... 1
Create a Storage Location for SolidWorks Data .......................................... 12
Working with SolidWorks............................................................................ 19
  Create a New SolidWorks File and Save to Windchill ProductPoint ........................... 19
  Saving Data from the File System and Windchill ProductPoint .................................. 32
  Open SolidWorks Doc’s Managed by Windchill ProductPoint from SolidWorks ......... 41
  Open SolidWorks Doc’s Managed by Windchill ProductPoint from Internet Browser 43
  Modify a SolidWorks Document Stored in Windchill ProductPoint ............................ 45
SolidWorks Toolbox .................................................................................... 48
Beta Functionality Summary ....................................................................... 49
Beta SPRs (Software Problem Reports) ....................................................... 54
Install the Windchill ProductPoint Workgroup
Manager for SolidWorks
Perform the following steps to install the Windchill ProductPoint Workgroup Manager
for SolidWorks on your SolidWorks workstation.
Note: For illustration purposes, SolidWorks 2010 is used in this procedure, but the
same installation steps apply to SolidWorks 2009.
1. Launch Microsoft Internet Explorer and enter the URL of your Windchill ProductPoint server (e.g.
   http://my.server.com:1975/ ).

2. Under the Welcome to Windchill Product section, click SolidWorks.




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3. Under the ProductPoint Downloadable Components section, select the SolidWorks version and either 32
   or 64 bit operating system platform. For beta testing we recommend using SolidWorks 2010 (rather than
   SolidWorks 2009) on XP 32 or 64 bit platform (rather than Windows 7) since this has received greater
   attention for beta stabilization.

    Note to administrators: It is possible to download the Workgroup Manager executable to the
    ProductPoint server, which will place a link to the executable on this downloads page. See the Windchill
    Product Installation, Administrator’s, and Upgrade Guide for more details.




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4. Select Run to start the SolidWorks Workgroup Manager installation.




5. When the installer launches, select Next.




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6. Enter the Destination Folder for the Windchill Workgroup Manager components and select Install.




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7. Wait for the installation to complete and then click Next.




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    8. Enter the following in the fields provided:

        Server Name: A descriptive name for your Windchill ProductPoint server.

        Server Location: The URL of your Windchill ProductPoint server (e.g. http://my.server.com:1975/ )

        Then click Test Connection.




9. Note the confirmation that the Windchill ProductPoint server has been registered successfully.




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10. Select Next.




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11. Windchill ProductPoint Workgroup Manager for ProductPoint is now installed. Click Finish.




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12. Select Start > Settings > Control Panel.




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13. Double click on PTC Places Options.




14. Note that the default location for PTC Places (the entry point to ProductPoint on the file system) is located
    in your User Profiles.




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15. Because the above path is not a convenient access point from the SolidWorks Open/Save/Insert dialogues,
    it is recommended that you move the PTC Places entry point to a location more frequently accessed by
    the user – such as under My Documents .
    Note: You must manually create the PTC Places folder – the application will not do it for you. We aim to
    improve the default location for the production release. Click Ok to finish.




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Create a Storage Location for SolidWorks Data
Windchill ProductPoint is broadly split into two main data repository areas:
      Catalog (for standard parts libraries, drawing standards, templates)
      Products (create individual repositories for data specific to each of your
       products)
For purposes of this guide, we will illustrate how to setup a product to give you a basic
location to store your data. For more detail on the Catalog and Repository areas, see
the Windchill Product Installation, Administrator’s, and Upgrade Guide.
To set up a storage location for a Product, perform the following steps.
1. Launch Microsoft Internet Explorer and enter the URL of your Windchill ProductPoint server (e.g.
   http://my.server.com:1975/ )

2. From the Home page select Products.




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3.   Select anywhere within the Products border which will enable the toolbar to create new Products (this is
     a beta issue which should be addressed in production release).




4. Select New Item.




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5. To create a new Product, enter a Name (required) and any additional details in the fields provided, and
   click Save (see Windchill Product Installation, Administrator’s, and Upgrade Guide for more details).




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6. Your new Product appears on the Products page.




7. Select the   icon next to the new Product name.




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8. Select the SolidWorks Documents structure library.




9. This is the default location for storing your SolidWorks documents within this product. Note that default
   libraries are created based on the CAD application; but these can be created, changed, and deleted in
   order to organize data in way that makes sense to your organization.




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10. To further organize your data, you can create folders in the structure library. To begin, select Documents
    and then select within the view header empty space to enable the toolbar (beta issue which will be
    resolved in production release), then New Folder.




11. Enter a Name for the new Folder and click Save.




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12. The New Folders you create are shown in the viewing pane.




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Working with SolidWorks
After installing the Windchill ProductPoint Workgroup Manager for SolidWorks and
setting up a storage location, you have the basic elements in place to enable
SolidWorks to work with Windchill ProductPoint.
Create a New SolidWorks File and Save to Windchill ProductPoint
1. Start SolidWorks in the normal manner.




2. When starting SolidWorks for the first time after installing the Workgroup Manager, the Windchill
   ProductPoint Client Service agent will be installed automatically from your ProductPoint server.




3. You may get a Windows security warning to allow the Windchill ProductPoint Client Service agent to
   communicate with the Windchill ProductPoint server. If this occurs, click Unblock.




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     To allow reloading of Out of Date files and Locked by other user scenarios to work correctly, it is strongly
     recommended to enable the SolidWorks collaboration option. From the System Options tab, click
     Collaboration and enable the appropriate check boxes.




     Again from the System Options tab, click External References and enable the Open referenced
     documents with read-only access check box. When you are finished, click Save.




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4. Once SolidWorks has started, create a file using the standard SolidWorks New action.




5. Select a Template for a Part, Assembly, or Drawing and click OK.

     Note: You can store templates in Windchill ProductPoint and configure your SolidWorks template
     location to point to the Windchill ProductPoint location.




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6. Notice that the new Solid Works Document has been autonumbered by Windchill ProductPoint to ensure
   database uniqueness. You can assign the file a different name when you save it, but it must be a unique
   name not already in the database. If your chosen file name already exists, you will receive a conflict
   message and you will not be allowed to save the file until you change the name.




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7. Create geometry in SolidWorks in the normal way. Note that the Windchill ProductPoint task pane does
   not show any information at present, since the new file is not managed by ProductPoint.




8. When you are finished creating SolidWorks geometry, click the Save icon in the taskbar.




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9. In the Save dialogue, browse to the location that is configured as the PTC Places entry point. Note the
   autonumbered file name as the default name for the Save action.




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10. The default Save in location, PTC Places, lists all registered ProductPoint servers. There is usually only
    one registered ProductPoint server - the server you registered as part of the Workgroup Manager
    installation. To learn more about PTC Places and registering a ProductPoint server, see the Windchill
    ProductPoint Application Integration Guide.




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11. At the PTC Places Save in location, browse to the Products ->Folders you set up in the previous steps.




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12. Enter a Description in the field provided (this will be mapped to ProductPoint description) and click Save.




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13. The Windchill ProductPoint task pane is now populated with information about the file stored in
    ProductPoint
    Note: You may briefly see the    icon as SolidWorks uploads the new file to the Windchill ProductPoint
    server.




14. Click the Information icon   to view the Windchill ProductPoint properties page of your SolidWorks
    drawing.




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15. If you do not have a browser open that is logged into Windchill ProductPoint, you will be asked to login.




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16. After login, your internet browser opens and displays the Windchill ProductPoint Properties page for the
    new SolidWorks drawing. Click Close after viewing the page.




17. You are directed to the top level of the SolidWorks Documents library. If you stored your data directly at
    the top level of the Product, your data will be visible here.




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18. If you created subfolders within the SolidWorks Documents library, click on the relevant folder to browse
    the data within the folder.




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Saving Data from the File System and Windchill ProductPoint
This procedure describes a simple way to use the SolidWorks Save As dialog to save data from the file system
into Windchill ProductPoint. However, this method only allows you propagate one part/drawing/assembly at a
time. The recommended method of uploading multiple files is to use Windchill ProductPoint Explorer, which
is a more advanced procedure.

1. Open a part/assembly/drawing from the file system using the SolidWorks Open command.




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2. Select Save As in SolidWorks.




3. If the file is a drawing or assembly, click References.




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4. Click Browse.




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5. Navigate to your PTC Places location, and browse to the Windchill ProductPoint location where you want
   to store your data. Click OK.




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6. Verify that the folder path is correct and click Save All.




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7. The assembly has now been saved to Windchill ProductPoint. The Server Quick View pane now shows all
   parts/assemblies/drawings in the SolidWorks session that are managed by ProductPoint.




8.   Click the Information icon  to view the Windchill ProductPoint Properties page for your new
     SolidWorks part/assembly/drawing.




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9. If you do not have a browser open that is logged into Windchill ProductPoint, you will be asked to login.




10. After login, your internet browser opens and displays the Windchill ProductPoint Properties page for the
    new SolidWorks part/assembly/drawing. Click Close after viewing the page.




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11. You are directed to the top level of the SolidWorks Documents library. If you stored your data directly at
    the top level of the Product, your data will be visible here.




12. If you created subfolders within the SolidWorks Documents library, click on the relevant folder to browse
    the data within the folder.




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13. If this is an assembly, note the assembly structure.




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Open SolidWorks Doc’s Managed by Windchill ProductPoint from SolidWorks

1. Click Open in SolidWorks, navigate to your PTC Places location, and browse to the location of your data on
   your ProductPoint server. Select SolidWorks Document and click Open.




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2. The document you selected opens in SolidWorks. The Windchill ProductPoint task pane indicates that the
   document is managed by Windchill ProductPoint, and that SolidWorks is connected to the ProductPoint
   server.




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Open SolidWorks Doc’s Managed by Windchill ProductPoint from Internet Browser

1. Wherever SolidWorks Documents are listed in a Windchill ProductPoint view, the Open in SolidWorks
   action is available from the drop-down menu associated with the list view. This occurs when you are
   browsing Products, search results, on the home page, Recently Modified, and so on.




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2. Click Open from the File Download dialog box.

     Beta note: This step will not be in the production version.




3. The selected part/assembly/drawing launches in SolidWorks.




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Modify a SolidWorks Document Stored in Windchill ProductPoint


1. Open the part/assembly/drawing requiring modification in SolidWorks. Instructions on how to open
   SolidWorks documents stored in Windchill ProductPoint can be found in previous sections.




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2. Once you modify the drawing in SolidWorks, it will be immediately locked on the Windchill ProductPoint
   server. This prevents other users from modifying the file, and notifies other users that you have this file
   locked.




3. Any user viewing data in the Windchill ProductPoint database will see that the file is locked, and by whom.




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4. If other users have the locked file open, they are notified that the file has been locked by another user. As
   shown below, the notification appears as a popup which is recorded in the Alerts Log; and the Selected
   Component and Server Quick View panes show the document as locked and on whose behalf. Note that
   the Lock icon is different when you have locked an object , as opposed to when it has been locked by
   another user .




If the collaboration option is enabled, the file will be made read-only in your session when another user has
locked it. You can override and remove the read-only designation so that you can modify the file in your
SolidWorks session (after receiving a warning), but you will not be able to save the file back to ProductPoint.
You can still perform Save As or Save the file as a new file to either ProductPoint or the file system.




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SolidWorks Toolbox
In order to work with SolidWorks Toolbox when working with Windchill ProductPoint you must configure
Toolbox User Settings as follows:

1. Create Parts:
   Only the create parts will be supported when working with ProductPoint (configurations options will not
   be supported at Beta or FCS).

2. Create parts in this folder:
   Should be set to a ProductPoint location that users have write access to.




One this has been done, SolidWorks Toolbox parts should be silently uploaded to ProductPoint in the
background when they are used in SolidWorks session.




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Beta Functionality Summary
The following is a rough summary of the functionality that should be available for the beta release and also
functionality missing from the beta release that is planned for the production release.

     1. ProductPoint Server Install
           a) Bundled install should work on Windows 7 64 bit as well as Windows Server 2008 and
               Windows Server 2008 R2
           b) Custom install should work a single box and with a separate box for SQL Server (no other
               configurations will be supported for beta)
           c) SQL Server 2005 will not be supported for beta or for FCS but may be supported in a 2.0
               maintenance release depending on demand.

     2. Upgrade
           a) There will be no upgrade support from Windchill ProductPoint 1.x to 2.0 beta.
           b) There will be no upgrade support from Windchill ProductPoint 2.0 Beta to 2.0 production
              release.

     3. Representation Generation (i.e. publishing of ProductView and other derived formats)
           a) Should be enabled by default for overnight publishing.
           b) Should work for Pro/ENGINEER parts, assemblies, drawings, family tables, to generate
               thumbnails, viewables, PDF and IGES
           c) Manual publish action should include at least the following selectable formats OOTB
               (thumbnail, viewable, PDF, IGES, JPEG)
           d) Should work for AutoCAD drawings and all AutoCAD formats (DWF, PDF, IGES etc.)
           e) All job views should be selectable and correct
           f) All Job actions should work (delete all failed, delete all completed, restart failed)
           g) Not available for SolidWorks and Autodesk Inventor in beta release. Should be supported for
               FCS.




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     4. ProductPoint Explorer (for importing/exporting files to/from ProductPoint)
           a) Launch from Windows Start menu > Programs > PTC > Windchill ProductPoint Explorer.
           b) Upload from file system to server
           c) Download from server to file system through WPP Explorer
           d) Change locally on file system and upload changes to ProductPoint.
           e) Change attributes on server (such as description) and have changes reflected locally
           f) Add new item locally
           g) Compare local content with server
           h) Upload to server
           i) Update from client
           j) Synchronize bi-directionally
           k) Add favorites and select from favorites
           l) Create folder on server
           m) Includes support for AutoCAD.
           n) Support for SolidWorks will not be complete or stable (only included to give people an idea of
               how it will work). Do NOT file bugs. Will be fully functional for FCS.
           o) No support for Autodesk Inventor at beta. Should be supported for FCS.

     5. Search
           a) Summary search should work with ProductPoint facets (state, content type, and application
               type)
           b) Details search should support standard columns with icons
           c) Details search should support filtering by any column including icon (for type filter)
           d) Details search should support export to Excel
           e) Advanced search should support our standard attributes and custom attributes (custom site
               columns)

     6. Client component install
            a) All client components (i.e. CAD integration components) will be downloaded from PTC.com via
                link on ProductPoint server.
            b) Super installer will install of all components for each CAD app (CAD integration, VFS, Client
                Manager, WPP Explorer)
            c) Automatic registration of server in CAD app and PTC places with
            d) Provide Pro/INTRALINK loader components for download with documentation (English)




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     7. SolidWorks Integration
            a) Save from file system to server
            b) Retrieve from server, lock, edit and save
            c) View status in SolidWorks UI.
            d) Save a copy
            e) Rename/Save As on ProductPoint server.
            f) Generate thumbnails/viewable on client
            g) Support configurations
            h) Manual/Automatic Synchronization
            i) Server quick view
            j) Toolbox (for SolidWorks 2010 – beta has an issue with SolidWorks 2009 Toolbox support)
            k) Bi-directional attribute propagation of Custom attributes
            l) Configuration support
            m) Windchill ProductPoint Explorer (limited functionality & stability may not be good – only
               included to give an impression of how users will be able to import SolidWorks data in the
               production release)
            n) Client side viewable generation (server side publishing service not available for beta – will be
               available for production version).
            o) Update SolidWorks session with out of date files.
            p) SolidWorks Exclude from BOM check box
            q) Envelope parts do not contribute to BOM
            r) Update models in session with latest version from server. Clients should enable the
               SolidWorks “Collaboration” option to fully utilize the Update/Reload capabilities.
            s) Performance: The integration has not been tuned for performance yet, so while it will be
               interesting to get feedback on performance with large data sets to get a feel for current
               performance, beta testers should not be surprised if performance is slow in the beta release.



     8. Pro/ENGINEER Integration
           a) Create folder on server from Pro/E
           b) Register server during client install and update server manager
           c) Automatically start client manager following component install




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     9. AutoCAD Integration
           a) Block support with block content reports
           b) Layout report and associated viewable
           c) DWF Viewable Support
           d) Server side publishing service
           e) Windchill ProductPoint Explorer support
           f) Utility to “promote” block attributes to Drawing Properties.
           g) Support for AutoCAD Architecture
           h) Performance: The integration has not been tuned for performance yet, so while it will be
              interesting to get feedback on performance with large data sets to get a feel for current
              performance, beta testers should not be surprised if performance is slow in the beta release.

     10. Inventor Integration
            a) Save from file system to server
            b) Retrieve from server, lock, edit and save
            c) View status
            d) Save a copy
            e) Rename/Save on ProductPoint server
            f) Generate thumbnails/viewable on client
            g) Manual/Automatic Synchronization
            h) Performance: The integration has not been tuned for performance yet, so while it will be
                interesting to get feedback on performance with large data sets to get a feel for current
                performance, beta testers should not be surprised if performance is slow in the beta release.
            i) Server side publishing service not available in beta – should be available for FCS.
            j) WPP Explorer support not available in beta – should be available for FCS.
            k) Performance: The integration has not been tuned for performance yet, so while it will be
                interesting to get feedback on performance with large data sets to get a feel for current
                performance, beta testers should not be surprised if performance is slow in the beta release.

     11. MathCAD Integration (only 1.1 basic integration functionality expected at beta with Mathcad 14)

     12. ProductView (deliver 9.1 M060 with beta)
            a) 1.1 level of functionality for view, measure and markup
            b) Support for AutoCAD and Inventor formats (2D DWF, 2D DWFx, 3D DWF, 3D DWFx, PDF)




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     13. Usability
            a) Support node stickiness for structure tree views
            b) Support column stickiness for structure tree views
            c) Support expand all/collapse all for node and for structure as a view as a whole
            d) Support creating custom structure view with standard SharePoint filter, sort configurations
            e) Delete multiple items (should work for assemblies, parts and drawings)
            f) Delete latest iteration not available in beta – should be available for FCS.
            g) Remove all locks for items locked by me
            h) Remove all locks (administrator only)
            i) Coverflow (home page web part)
            j) Performance of AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Autodesk Inventor integrations: The integrations have
                 not been tuned for performance yet, so while it would be interesting to get feedback on
                 current performance with large data sets to get a feel for current performance, beta testers
                 should not be surprised if performance is not is slow in the beta release.

     14. Chooser
            a) Should go directly to search by default (no initial dialog) for associating SharePoint items
            b) Search should include same facets as ProductPoint summary search
            c) Should support single and multi-select for adding associations using both search and browse
               mechanisms
            d) Should support valid destinations only for save as and move operations using both search and
               browse

     15. Pro/INTRALINK Loader
            a) Capability to load 10,000 PIVs (all versions of real customer database)
            b) Documentation of use (first draft)

     16. Cross-firewall support for clients (we are planning to host beta system outside PTC firewall so this
         capability is important for beta)
            a) Cross-firewall support for Pro/E
            b) Cross-firewall support for SolidWorks
            c) Cross-firewall can be tested only against beta server that is hosted outside the firewall.




Trademark Acknowledgments
Registered Trademarks of Parametric Technology Corporation or a Subsidiary: Mathcad, ProductPoint,
Pro/ENGINEER, PTC, Wildfire, Windchill. Third-party trademarks: Adobe is a registered trademark of Adobe
Systems. Microsoft, Excel, Sharepoint, and Windows are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. All other brand or product names are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective holders.


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Beta SPRs (Software Problem Reports)
     SPR No.                                            Short Description
                  Ghost is not getting created for assembly which is attached as sub-assemlby from local disk to
        2004775   main assembly (retrieved from server).


        2005262   SWX: User is not able to save a part after editing server name from SWX Tools > PTC Places.

                  SWX: After creating drawing of an assembly, if user adds part in the assembly and saves it to
        2012103   WPP server, assembly will not get updated. Please refer long description for details.

                  When a part/subassembly is "Excluded From BOM" from an assembly, the excluded
                  part/subassembly is listed in Model Structure Report as well as a separate instance. The listing
        2012247   of part/subassembly as separate instance is incorrect.

                  When an assembly is saved along with the children modified in context using 'Save All', some
                  children remain in locked condition on server. Even though status in SQV and on server is
        2014188   shown properly.


        2015507   WPP_SWX: save as SLDDRW file from wpp server opens in read only mode in SWX session.

                  WPP_SWX : save as template files , ASm files on wpp server are not listed in SWX File-> Open
        2015560   window.

                  [SolidWorks 2009] When ToolBox "Create Part" location is configured on server, user can not
        2016235   use ToolBox. On dragging a ToolBox component into an assembly, Drop File Error occurs.

                  WPP_SWX : save as with "Save all as copy" option does not work correctly. pls see detail SPR
        1982358   notes.


        2014154   Saving of old AutoCAD file versions back to server - fails.

                  UPloaded SWX files are not visible in File Open Window. User needs to restarts the session and
        2003754   Client Manager to see them in the folder.




Trademark Acknowledgments
Registered Trademarks of Parametric Technology Corporation or a Subsidiary: Mathcad, ProductPoint,
Pro/ENGINEER, PTC, Wildfire, Windchill. Third-party trademarks: Adobe is a registered trademark of Adobe
Systems. Microsoft, Excel, Sharepoint, and Windows are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. All other brand or product names are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective holders.


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