Category Archives: powerJobs

Couple of updates

Last week, we released new versions of powerVault, powerJobs and powerEvents. While the changes on powerVault are smaller bug fixes, and here you can find the details, for powerJobs there is an interesting improvement related to the Inventor project file. … 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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Vault, View And Data API via powerJobs

Wouldn’t it be cool to access your 3D models from the web? Autodesk came out with a new technology called View And Data API, which allows displaying several file formats directly in your web-browser without the need of any plugin. … Continue reading

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Password protected PDF

A customer asked us if it is possible to create a password protected PDF with powerJobs. The answer is YES, it is! Here is the PowerShell code for protecting a PDF file with a password: [System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadFrom(“itextsharp.dll”) function PSUsing { param … Continue reading

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Menu item with Data Standard

In preparation for my Autodesk University (Las Vegas) session with the topic “Introduction to Data Standard”, I’m creating samples around numbering, advanced dialogs in CAD and Vault, some cool tabs for Vault and also menu items. In the next weeks … Continue reading

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Trigger jobs at specific time intervals

We looked for this feature for years. Queuing jobs on a regular time period. With powerJobs 2015, we introduce such capability. It’s now possible to place a job into the queue every day at 10 o’clock, twice a week, every … Continue reading

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Job-creation made simple

Let’s say you want to do email notification on lifecycle change in Vault. Here is how the email might look like: In order to achieve this, you want to extend the Vault JobProcessor with an email job. Have you ever tried … Continue reading

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