Category Archives: powerGate

Vault – Navision integration

The range of ERP systems supported by powerGate grows steadily. We recently made several Microsoft Dynamics Nav (Navision) integrations. From an integration point of view, Navision is a quite cool system. It provides access via web services and REST/OData. Although … Continue reading

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Ways of integrating Vault with ERP

powerGate is become quite popular and more ERP system are now connected to Vault via powerGate. There are basically three ways for connecting Vault with an ERP system via powerGate: Online via native ERP API (SAP, Navision, proAlpha, myfactory, etc.) Online … Continue reading

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powerGate with SAGE

powerGate is meanwhile quite popular when it comes to connecting Vault with SAP, but what about other ERP systems? The powerGate server can be extended with plugins that allows to connect to potential any ERP system. Since the introduction of powerGate, … Continue reading

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powerGate Server and the web

In our last post, we’ve introduced you to powerGate 2016 and the BOM transfer dialog. This time I’d like to disclose a little secret around the powerGate Server. powerGate is getting a lot of attention these days, and one of … Continue reading

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powerGate 2016 is ready

I’m so excited to announce the official release of powerGate 2016, the standard way to integrate Vault with any ERP system. It took a bit longer to get ready, as we wanted to add some cool features, like the BOM … Continue reading

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powerVault – Vault API made simple

The first time we blogged about PowerShell was back in March 2012 (3 years ago). It was unknown in the Autodesk Data Management scene. Meanwhile it’s become quite popular. With Vault 2015 R2 we took the next step for making … Continue reading

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The power of shell – PowerShell commandlets for Vault

We built a new layer on top of the Autodesk API. This layer allowes to perform common operations via a single PowerShell-call on the Vault Server. We can say that this layer is made for newbies, who are neither familar with … Continue reading

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