For the 2012 EPDM Installation Guide, you would find this information on page 102. I’ve included a copy of this KB solution at the bottom of this article.Upcoming Topics (Feel free to comment on what you would like to hear about next): When upgrading a file vault to a new service pack (or version) the existing add-ins will not automatically update with latest version. Verify via the task host configuration that the updated add-in is loaded 6.As an example, if you want to update file properties, you can take advantage of power Vault (free) and have a script like this: Open-Vault Connection -Server "localhost" -Vault "Vault" -User "Administrator" -Password "" $src Conds = New-Object Autodesk. However, if you have the full path in your CSV, than searching the files can be omitted.
This is critical for regulatory compliance in the pharmaceutical/life sciences, manufacturing and finance industries.This topic came up quite frequently in the last months. Also, this script does not have any sort of error handling, so in case the file could not be found, or the file is checked-out or permissions are missing, etc., the update will just fail. You have your data in Vault, but for which ever reason, there is still other data outside of Vault that shall be added to existing Vault files, folders, items, or other objects. Obviously the script can be enhanced in order to take care also of these situations. Here is the script: In this case, it’s even simpler. If you know the number, then you can update them right away. You can just update user defined properties via the argument Open-Vault Connection -Server "localhost" -Vault "Vault" -User "Administrator" -Password "" $src Conds = New-Object Autodesk. While the data Loader gives you comfort, performance, and other benefits, there might be situations where you need to update just a small amount of files or other objects like folders or items. As you know we love scripting, so updating properties based on a CSV file is something that can be done via a Power Shell script.