Tip Tuesday! Scripting Examples in Autodesk PLM 360
I’ve recently been spending time teaching some folks how to fish – i.e., how to be a PLM 360 Admin. One thing I like to teach is how to reuse existing scripts and techniques in the default tenant – ones like the library scripts ‘isOwner’ or ‘createNewItem’ can be employed as you develop new workspaces. Another great resource is the Scripting Examples section of the Help Guide. I know, I know… reading a Help Guide isn’t as riveting as most novels (kinda like reading the phone book – no plot, just lots of characters). However, there are a lot of great examples and code snippets in there and my tip today is to make sure you know it’s there and peruse it a bit.
Any particular examples you’d like to see added to the Scripting Examples? Let me know!
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