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Three SWUGN Meetings in Ontario this month = Free SolidWorks Training, Dinner, and Prizes!

Some people attend the SOLIDWORKS User Group Network Meetings for the high quality presentations that are delivered absolutely free of charge. Others really enjoy the free delicious dinner served in the company of fellow SOLIDWORKS users. There are even some who like the thrill of drawing the amazing door prizes provided by the rich sponsors that support…

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DriveWorks Tutorial: Specification Flow (5 of 5) – Release Documents [VIDEO]

Sometimes it is important to control who is allowed to see specifications in certain states or control who is allowed to perform certain transitions.  To control who is allowed see a state or transition in a specification we need to edit the originating state:

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DriveWorks Tutorial: Specification Flow (4 of 5) – State Conditions [VIDEO]

Sometimes it is important to control who is allowed to see specifications in certain states or control who is allowed to perform certain transitions.  To control who is allowed see a state or transition in a specification we need to edit the originating state: This is where most of the work on the specification flow…

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DriveWorks Tutorial: Specification Flow (3 of 5) – Adding Another State [VIDEO]

If another paused state is added then we can see the effect on the specification flow. To add an additional state to the workflow click Add State, call it middle

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DriveWorks Tutorial: Specification Flow (2 of 5) – Transitions [VIDEO]

This workflow has all the required states, but no method to transition in between them.  The minimum number of transitions is one each way.

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DriveWorks Tutorial: Specification Flow (1 of 5) – States [VIDEO]

Specification flow in DriveWorks can be a tricky beast to understand because there are a lot of interacting elements to it. However broken down each element is very simple. To help our customers better take advantage of this functionality I am going to do a multipart series on the topic. The first step is to understand the flow,…

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DriveWorks: Default Value Extended

This video uses the default values property to set the value of multiple lists based on the selection of any one pick. Default values extended, using default values to have interdependent lists A common problem faced by DriveWorks administrators is how to handle multiple interrelated fields.  In this example we have 3 inputs, customer, contact,…

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Event Listeners (SolidWorks Macro) – Video

Event listeners are used to execute code when a certain event takes place, such as a user creating a new part, or opening an assembly. How to program event listeners using macros Event listeners allow you to run code when a user performs a certain action.  For example when the user clicks new document an…

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DriveWorks – Default Values

This video will demonstrate the use of the Default Value property to set the value of a pick list and still allow the user to change that value afterwards.  

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