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AutoCAD P&ID 2014 and Vault 2014

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11-07-2013 02:50 AM

Is this again the same in 2014?

 

Software Requirements            

Autodesk Vault Server must be available to open or create vault projects. AutoCAD Plant 3D supports the following Vault Servers:                           

               

Vault Server Workgroup 2014

Vault Server Professional 2014

 

Or is Vault Server Basic 2014 also possible?

 

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Re: AutoCAD P&ID 2014 and Vault 2014

11-19-2013 04:15 PM in reply to: gri4775

Correct, Vault Basic is not sufficient.

Installing for Autodesk Vault

http://docs.autodesk.com/INSTALL_LICENSE/2014/ENU/Autodesk%20Installation%20Help/files/GUID-2C569B99...

 

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Re: AutoCAD P&ID 2014 and Vault 2014

04-10-2014 06:23 AM in reply to: Martin_Stewart

This Autodesk site states that Vault Basic 2014 does support AutoCAD P&ID 2014.

http://help.autodesk.com/view/VAULT/Help/ENU/?guid=GUID-334CC890-1F12-429C-9D6A-B964327CA590

 

The AutoCAD P&ID 2014 Read Me file seems confusing.

http://docs.autodesk.com/PNID/2014/ENU/readme.html

 

Is there a document that explains how to setup Vault Basic 2014 for use with AutoCAD P&ID 2014?

 

 

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Jerry

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Re: AutoCAD P&ID 2014 and Vault 2014

04-11-2014 09:51 AM in reply to: gri4775

You can use P&ID with Vault Basic as you would with AutoCAD. However, for P&ID-specific functionality and projects, you’ll need the next level up on Vault. This information is also found at this help link:  Installing for Autodesk Vault

 

This help link includes information on using Plant 3D or P&ID with Vault (see video too): About Autodesk Vault

 

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Re: AutoCAD P&ID 2014 and Vault 2014

04-11-2014 03:59 PM in reply to: jberns

And this Autodesk University class link that may be of interest:  PD1335: Multi-site Workflows: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly—An Advanced Look at Your Options  Some good info in the handout there on using Plant 3D with Vault.  FYI.



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Re: AutoCAD P&ID 2014 and Vault 2014

04-14-2014 06:20 AM in reply to: Martin_Stewart

Martin,

 

This Autodesk website does not indicate any limitation to the functionality of AutoCAD P&ID 2014 with Vault 2014.

http://help.autodesk.com/view/VAULT/Help/ENU/?guid=GUID-334CC890-1F12-429C-9D6A-B964327CA590

 

The customer purchased based on this information. Shouldn't there be an asterisk next to the check mark to indicate a limitation to the product? Inventor projects are fully supported by Vault Basic. AutoCAD Electrical projects are supported by Vault Basic? Why not AutoCAD P&ID projects?

 

 

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Jerry 

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