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stephen.plant
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Issues With Mapped Properties

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02-21-2012 03:19 AM

Hello All,

 

There seems to be a number of posts similar to my issue, but none that are a direct match.

 

So let me begin -

 

I have a development server that I am currently performing a Proof of Concept for one of our business units for the implementation of Vault Pro 2012.

 

I have a lifecycle -

 

DRAFT - PENDING VERIFICATION - PENDING APPROVAL - RELEASED

 

Lifecycle.JPG

 

Each State change has an action to 'Synchronise properties and update view using Job Server' -

 

Transition Action.JPG

 

I have UDPs that map from Vault to both my IDWs and DWGs with no issue.

 

However, I utilise the 'State (Historical)' property to populate a Drawing State property to indiacte the Lifecycle State -

 

State Historical Mapping.JPG

 

For IDWs this process works very well, when a IDW is added to Vault and the properties set, the Drawing State is populated with DRAFT. Also, when a document is transitioned from DRAFT to PENDING VERIFICATION my Job Server updates my properties and creates a DWF.

 

However, for my DWGs this is not the case. When a new DWG is added to Vault the Document State is populated with DRAFT. But, when transitioned from DRAFT to PENDING VERIFICATION though the Document State is not updated and I also do not get an updated view. I also have this Non Compliant error -

 

Equivalence Error.JPG

 

I can 'Check Out' the DWG and perform an Update Properties but am concerned that it is not functioning for DWGs as it does for IDWs.

 

Am I missing a glaring mistake?

 

All help appreciated.

 

Regards

 

Stephen

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