Join David Antanavige for an in-depth discussion in this video Data card editor, part of Learning SOLIDWORKS PDM.
- [Narrator] In the previous video,…we took a look at Solid Works PDM data cards.…Now, if we want to edit these cards,…we have to go into the administration tool…and engage the data card editor.…So let's take a look at that.…So I'm going to go find my admin tool,…open that up, going to sign into the vault,…and here we see the card section.…Now under cards, we have file cards.…And if you look down, they have cards for…all different kind of files we can run into.…
For a Solid Works part or assembly,…we share a card.…Let's open that up and take a look.…So, what we see here is the Data Card Editor.…You'll notice it looks very similar…to like a Visual Basic screen,…if you've done any coding with Visual Basic before.…Pretty simple, pretty easy to use.…And you can basically drag and drop items…wherever you like in the card.…Put in some free text, link in things like…material, add a company logo,…and have all kinds of information here.…
Whatever, really, you like, you can populate in here.…You can also add more tabs to your data card,…
- Setting up PDM
- Creating a vault
- Creating users and groups
- Setting permissions
- Working with data cards
- Creating a new project
- Adding files to the vault
- Versioning in PDM
- Working offline and online
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Setup Information
2. Administration Tool
3. PDM interface
4. Starting a New Project in PDM
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