Category Archives: PowerShell

powerJobs – A new UI experience

We recently released a new version of powerJobs 2015 and talked about on this post. In the past week, we run webcasts where we showed the new features in action. We recorded the whole session, so in case you missed … Continue reading

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More power for your Jobprocessor

If you ever wanted to trigger a job at a certain time or event create a non-standard PDF export your file in another format than PDF know why your job wasn’t executed properly do customizations yourself … then we have … 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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bcpCreator – Three steps for a successful migration into Vault

Yes, there are really just three steps to transfer your data into Vault via bcpCreator. All you need is the DataExportUtility from Autodesk, an SQL database that contains your metadata and of course your CAD-files. That’s it! And here we … Continue reading

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Context menus with Data Standard

Data Standard builds on top of WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation), so more or less everything supported by WPF can be done with Data Standard. The options are endless, however today I’d like to introduce context menus. Context menus can be … Continue reading

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Array, or not array…

This time, I have a bit less shiny topic to talk about, but it is something you probably will run into and may cost you some hours of sleep. It’s about the PowerShell behavior in returning values from functions. There … Continue reading

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Data Standard and Styles

Around hundred people in Europe have been trained on the Data Standard technology for Autodesk Vault. It was our pleasure to hold the trainings on behalf of Autodesk, and we like to keep the excitement on this topic high. Now, … Continue reading

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UnitTesting In PowerShell

Do you have a PowerShell module or script with nice PowerShell functions and want to get them under a test-harness ? Do you want to write unittests for your functions and need a testrunner? Than this is the right place … Continue reading

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Storing user settings with Data Standard

I just got a quite nice question on how to save user settings with Data Standard (formerly myView). Basically, the user don’t want to make the same selections over and over again. He’d like that the next time Data Standard … Continue reading

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VisualStudio project build: automating obfuscation by using powerShell

Sometimes we need do run something automatically after or before a project-build is running in Visual Studio. So we can unload the project, and edit the project file and add some build-steps inside there by using the <Target> attribute. If … Continue reading

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