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jeff.noel

Rollback Revision Increment

Status: Accepted
by Valued Contributor jeff.noel on ‎07-25-2012 12:44 PM

Hi,

 

If a user accidently makes a change state of a model from Released to Work In Progress, it will increment the revision, and then leave us with no way to go back to the previous revision.  I understand why you would do this, as we shouldn't be going backwards with Revisions, so I don't believe every user should have access to this functionality, but an Administrator should be able to override the Revision if they determined there was a mistake made and we need to go backwards.

 

Thanks, 

Status: Accepted
60 Kudos
DWhiteley

Vault add-in for Inventor

Status: Accepted
by Distinguished Contributor DWhiteley on ‎09-06-2013 03:09 AM

Have the Vault panel bar as a separate dockable window like the iLogic browser. So that it is possible to view both the model and vault panel bars at the same time.

 

Also Auto-refresh the Vault status in the panel bar.

 

This will stop a lot of user errors on usingf the Vault, when they complain of overwriting models etc.

 

Users are under pressure to "get the job out", many times they don't even look at the Vault panel bar!

 

If it is easier to see the vault status and it is refreshed automatically, it will make the designers job a lot easier.

Status: Accepted
53 Kudos

I run into this almost daily. Someone accidentally moves a file to another folder in the Vault. We should always be prompted if you really want to move the file or not.

Status: Accepted
49 Kudos
Redmond.D

Better tools for managing security

Status: Accepted
by Employee on ‎06-26-2012 05:11 AM

Folder and lifecycle state security is a useful feature, but it can be really hard to use.  For example, it's hard to find out which users have access to which folders.  Likewise if a user doesn't have access, it can be hard to figure out why.  If you are managing many folders, you are forced to manage them one at a time.

 

One possible improvement to provide a view like in the Effective Folder Permissions app, which unrolls the security settings to show a per-user view.

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Status: Accepted
32 Kudos
krystianwiatr

Email reminder for checked out files

Status: Accepted
by Contributor krystianwiatr on ‎11-05-2013 08:17 AM

I found this post on the forum:

http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Vault-General/Wish-Email-reminder-for-checked-out-files/m-p/4585019#M5...

 

that was back in 2008, and as far as I know there is still nothing like this available. I think it would really help manage vault files.

 

Thomas.Rambach

wrote:

"I think it would be useful if PS would email users if they have a checked out file in Vault that has been checked out for more than X number of days/weeks etc without any activity (new checkin). I've found some people purposely or accidentally checkout a file and forget about it.
I tried having them create a saved search, but it needs to be more of a "in the face" reminder.

It could also be a popup when you login that says something like... "you have X number of files that have been checked out for X number of days, would you like to checkin the files now?" Granted this may be tougher since you will have to use Inventor to do the actual checkin."

 

thanks,

Status: Accepted
32 Kudos

At my point, it miss the ability to go from the software file directly to the same file in the vault explorer.

 

It would be perfect to be able to right click in the navigator/explorator of the software where we are working right now to directly have the vault explorer open and the same file selected. Or, at least, visible.

 

You can actually open a file from vault but not the other way.

 

Regards 

 

Francis

Status: Accepted
30 Kudos
RobertStein

Web Based ADMS

Status: Accepted
by Employee on ‎07-13-2012 04:03 PM
It would be great to have a web based ADMS console. This would help companies where ITdoesnt let anyone have remote access to servers.
Status: Accepted
30 Kudos

Description

Starting a folder structure for a new project in Vault can be a timely process. From reproducing the folder structure, and in particular having to manually assign permissions to the newly created project structure.

 

Impact

Not having this feature has a significant impact on the process for starting a new project, particularly one which has a somewhat complex folder structure.

Due to this product limitation, it might actually put users/clients off from using Vault in the first place if there is such a time consuming project startup administration process.

 

Severity

Medium-High

 

Solution

Roll the Autodesk Vault 'Clone Structure' Add-in from Autodesk Consulting in as a permanent feature in Vault to aid in speeding up the project startup process.

http://underthehood-autodesk.typepad.com/blog/2011/09/meet-the-new-project-same-as-the-old-project.h...

Status: Accepted
28 Kudos

Hello,

I believe Vault should allow a user somehow to be able to move files from different folders into a similar folder all at once. It would be convenient to conduct a search and be able to move all the related files into a folder of choice. Right now Vault has a restriction where you can only move files that are in the same folder. This might be a difficult request for Vault to accomplish, but I think would be well worth it. Please consider.

Status: Accepted
27 Kudos

You can only select roles which has certain permissions, but you cannot assign a certain permission to a role.

 

It may be more flexible if you can create new roles and add permissions, or modify existing role permissions with UI (something like a spreadsheet format and able to change settings by clicking)

 

 

Status: Accepted
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