It would be great if there was a native support for 2d and linear bar codes.
I've 2 different online sources thus far and both have had issues. 1 was depricated (and it was recommened bu ADSK and provided by Google) and onother where the company was purchased by Yahoo and now I can't access their website to get some information.
While online/free resources are great I need reliable service.
I'd like to be able to prevent my users from navigating to certain workspaces that I use for setup/reference data. However I want them to be able to use picklists that point to those workspaces.
These workspaces would be used for reference data that supports picklist (and scripts etc.) and have no value to the end user. I just want them to be able to leverage the items that are in the workspaces.
I'd like the ability to configure the presentation of a workspace picklist such that I can display multiple item details in the picklist during selection. Currently we can choose a single field to display from the item details. I'd like to display multiple properties in the picklist rows. This will help me in determinig which items to select.
My best alternative currently is to create an Item descriptor that contains the fileds I need to see. However, I may need to see fields that are not part of the descriptor.
A picklist configures as I suggest is listed bellow:
It would be great to have an admin permission that allows users to edit fields that are set as 'non editable' in the field definition. It is very time consuming when testing to have to navigate to the workspace manager and change the field properties. It would also be a useful feature to have as an administrator to make changes and corrections easily.
I'd like if a filter could be added to the workspace relationships. The seach bar is nice when added the workspace relationships; but sometimes you only want a certain area of a workspace item list available.
Eg. From our autodesk vault item import, we have all the sub-components of a weldment available as their own items, along with the weldment. When selecting from the list of items however, I would not want to have to see all the sub-components of the weldment.