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10 muinutes with Creo Parametric 3.0 - PTC Creo Advanced Rendering Extension

 

In this short video tutorial you can learn How to prepare Render Scene, modify Material and set Bump Map for render's objects with Creo 3.0.

... and create the final Wallpaper from your 3D model

 

 

Regards,

Vladimir

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If you want to join a trusted group of peers to discuss real world problems join the Arbortext Mastermind Group.

 

The Arbortext Mastermind group is a mastermind group focused on all things Arbortext. They meet monthly to tackle problems together. Meetings are not webinars: They are virtual discussion groups. (Some might say virtual Support Groups!)

 

It's peer-to-peer mentoring at it's best: Find solutions that you might never have considered.

 

  • Be part of an exclusive Arbortext Community.
  • The effectivity of Mastermind groups has been cited in Forbes Magazine:
  • Extend your network and gain the networks of those in the group with you.
  • Offer someone else (or find someone else to offer) a solutions, connection, or tactic to help someone else in the group.
  • Stretch your boundaries by surrounding yourself by amazing people doing amazing things.

 

There are also members-only benefits:

  • Access to Arbortext TC Dojo video recordings
  • Access to the S3I Wiki
  • Free 15-minutes of consulting time with an Arbortext expert every month
  • And a whole lot more.

 

The last few sessions have been focused on Documentation workspaces in ACM and Windchill which just happens to be the subject for next month's Arbortext TC Dojo.

 

Sign up here: http://single-sourcing.com/products/tcdojo/pricing.html

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Med geopolitiske kriser i nyhetene, har 2014 vært en "året av frykt."

 

I løpet av månedene September og oktober behandlet aksjemarkedet investorer mer fallende aksjer enn de stigende. Noen kan foreslå 2014 markedet har vært verre enn mange år i nyere minne. Selv om det gjenstår for å se, er 2014 hva jeg kaller en "året av frykt."

 

Året startet med en svært kald vinter, med steder som Austin, Texas, får snø og underkjølt regn og polar virvelen ødeleggende mange deler av den østlige kystlinjen og Midtvesten. Hele året, har andre globale hendelser, konflikter og kriser påvirket aksjemarkedet ytelse. Fordi investorene ble oversvømt med så mye informasjon (og mye av det var motstridende opplysninger), vet mange investorer ikke hva de skal gjøre.

 

Selv om disse hendelsene er utvilsomt grunn til å gi oss pause, hvis vi ser på fakta, bør vi være mindre bekymret for vår langsiktige investeringer suksess. Bedrifter har omstrukturert og refocused på bunnlinjen, som ofte oversettes til bedre resultater for sine aksjonærer. I tillegg er amerikansk energiproduksjon på en all-time high, noe som har resultert i lavere oljepriser. Mens du er på utkikk etter positive tegn i aksjemarkedet, er her tre tips som kan bidra til å forhindre investeringer blir såret av siste svingninger i markedet.

 

1. ikke bli skremt av markedet rettelser. Markedet rettelser er nødvendig. Uten dem, ville det være bobler. Disse korreksjonene vanligvis hjelpe oss å holde våre forventninger realistisk. Det er imidlertid viktig å vite forskjellen mellom en markedet korreksjon og et bearmarked. Jeg fortelle mine kunder at alle myke markedet som er mindre enn 10 prosent er en rettelse.

 

Når markedet myker 20 prosent eller mer, vi inn bjørnen markedet territorium, og det er sannsynlig tid å gjøre noen endringer for å sikre de holde kursen og nå sine investeringer mål. Vi må innse vi inngåt et nytt paradigme av investere. Nå som vi vet det, må vi finne ut hvordan å håndtere volatilitet. Porteføljen din bør være diversifisert for å beskytte mot denne volatilitet som mulig. Mens bruke diversifisering som en del av din investeringsstrategi ikke forsikre eller garantere bedre ytelse og kan beskytte mot tap i fallende markeder, er det velkjent risk management strategi.

 

2. ikke la markedet nedturer gi deg portefølje woes. Markedet er en ustadig dyret. Av dens meget definisjon, vil det være både opp-og nedturer i markedet. To ting er imidlertid viktig å huske på skulle oppstå enten markedet bevegelse. Først må du huske plan og tid horisonten. Du utviklet din investeringsplan når kjøligere hoder overtaket, som er den beste tiden å opprette den. Neste, du må innse at siden frykt er en iboende del av å investere dine hardt opptjente penger i aksjemarkedet, den andre tingen du bør gjøre er å ta en risiko toleranse spørreskjema når markedet faller.

 

Disse spørreskjemaer er tilgjengelig på mange finansielle nettsteder, og de kan hjelpe deg sette markedet i sammenheng. Har du tatt på mer utsatt enn du er komfortabel med? Hvis du får ut av markedet da det myker (og ta økonomiske tapene forbundet med det), når du velger vannet er trygt nok å komme tilbake i, kan du gå glipp en potensiell oppsving.

 

3. beta-test din portefølje å minimere din frykt. Beta er et mål på en fondets følsomhet overfor markedsbevegelser og beregnes av komparativ analyse av hvordan din portefølje utføres med hensyn til Standard & Poor's 500 indeksen. Utføre denne typen analyse kan bidra til å ta noen av frykt av å investere i aksjemarkedet. Men betyr en lav beta ikke nødvendigvis at lave nivåer av volatilitet finnes. Det bare foreslår den markedsmessige risikoen er relativt lav.

 

For eksempel en investering i gold vil ofte ha en lav beta, men til tross for svingninger som kan skje i gullpriser, beta er sannsynlig å være lavt. Men beta kan hjelpe deg med å avgjøre hvor stor risikoen det er i porteføljen din, og hvis som linjer opp med risiko du kan tåle.

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I am looking for material (PowerPoint Slides) for a customer who will migrate from Integrity 2009 to 10.6.

I want to demonstrate the differences to the cutomer in a workshop about  "What is new in Integrity 10.6 compared to Integrity 2009".

Would be great if somebody could give me a hint where to get the needed material ...

 

Thanks,

Peter

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How to create wizard?? in Windchill

Posted by ptc-4923477 Nov 19, 2014

Hi,

 

Am new to windchill customization. i tried to create a new wizard in windchill. i made change is action.xml and actiommodel.xml. but it is not reflecting in my UI. i need a steps to create a wizard and what are the files i need to use for that

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PTC Creo Clock gadget in Rendering

Posted by VladimirPalffy Nov 19, 2014

The PTC Creo Clock gadget you can place on your desktop and displays or hide the digital time, date, current day with seven predefined skins. In the gadget you can also set a different time zone, displayed the clock in 12 or 24 hour modes and set the clock description from the gadget’s settings window.

 

PTC-Creo-clock_gadget.png

 

Download PTC Creo Clock gadget here

 

 

File size: 415kB

License: Free

Operating system: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008

 

Get more gadgets from 4K Side

 

Regards,

Vladimir

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The PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension (FMX), allows you to leverage the ease and speed of direct modeling within PTC Creo Parametric. With PTC Creo 3.0, a Flexible Pattern tool has been introduced for PTC Creo FMX, giving you access to new capabilities when creating patterns of geometry.  Don Breda, Product Manager at PTC, gives us a quick introductory overview of the tool:

 

The Flexible Pattern tool allows you to leverage the round and chamfer handling capabilities of PTC Creo FMX while creating a pattern of geometry.

 

 

DYK_FMX_Image1.png

The flexible pattern tool available within the PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension

 

 

By default, the flexible pattern tool will remove any round or chamfer attachment geometry and extend the one-sided edges of the pattern geometry until it intersects solid geometry. Then, it will recreate the round or chamfer attachment geometry.


With the Attachment options, you can control whether or not the round or chamfer attachment geometry is recreated after it is removed. You can also control if the one sided edges are extended.

 

 

 

DYK_FMX_Image2.png

A look at the Attachment Options within the Flexible Pattern tool

 

 

Under References, there is an option which allows you to tell the system to treat attachment round and chamfer geometry the same as the rest of the pattern geometry. In this instance, they will not be removed and recreated. Furthermore, if the attachment option is checked, their one-sided surface edges will be extended.

 

 

 

DYK_FMX_Image3.png

A look at the final patterned geometry after using the flexible pattern tool

 

 

Check out our video tutorial on the PTC University Learning Exchange (“New Flexible Pattern Tool in PTC Creo Flexible Modeling”) to learn more.

 

Stay tuned to our “Did You Know” blog series as we cover all of the exciting, new enhancements in PTC Creo 3.0.

For more in-depth product feature explanations, visit our Tech Tips area.


Have some ideas about what PTC Creo product features you’d like to learn more about? Send me a message or leave a comment below and we’ll write up the best ideas from the community. Thanks for reading, looking forward to all of your feedback!

 

In case you missed it, check out our recent Did You Know posts covering PTC Creo 3.0 enhancements:
Chordal Rounds
Aligning Freestyle Geometry


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很想学会这个软件,但是不会英文啊,前辈们有会中文的能指导一下吗??

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Hello,

 

when I run Creo 3.0 I have this message that appears:

      Licence request failed for feature

     Requesting CREOPMA_Student2.....

     C:\ProgramData\PTC\Lecensing\BK390206EDSTUDENTUNICL_license.dat

     Lecense   In Use    Free    Version    Expire Date    SCN

     ------------    --------    --------    ----------    -----------------     -------

     CREODMA_Student2   Uncounted 33.0 07-nov-2014    Student2: Locked to: 1C-75-08-3C-9F-2B

     CREOPMA_Student2   Uncounted 33.0 07-nov-2014    Student2: Locked to: 1C-75-08-3C-9F-2B

     CREOLAY_Student2    Uncounted 33.0 07-nov-2014    Student2: Locked to: 1C-75-08-3C-9F-2B

 

What should I do and that means getting the message?

 

Can you give me attached the complete installation procedure Creo 3.0?

 

The license I receive mail that is for Creo 2.0 she also works for Creo3?

 

Thank's

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I'm taking Jason Hafner's edX course Waves and Optics https://www.edx.org/node/3261#.VF-6xfnF-So .  I've been trying to use Mathcad Prime 3.0 to solve the various problem sets.  The ability to control units automatically is a great advantage although sometimes this makes you think hard about making equations dimensionally correct.  Recently I tried to solve a problem with the symbolic "series" command.  I had mixed success.  Here's the problem.

 

We are taught that any problem  f(x) = mass*d2x/d2t has a hidden form -k*x = mass*d2x/d2t which is Newton's Law for Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM) of a spring.  If f(x) is non-linear, i.e., it has terms like x^2, e^x or sin(x), we can linearize it close to an equilibrium point using the Taylor's series for f(x). For SMH problems the equilibrium point is usually taken at xeq where f(xeq) = 0.

 

To linearize we are interested in only the first two terms of the Taylor's series:

 

Taylor's Series.jpg

 

Since f(a) should equal zero, and 1! = 1, we are really interested in only f ' (a) * (x - a) , and we hope all of the remaining terms represent a negligible error.

 

The problem in Mathcad is that you get instead of f(xeq) = 0,f(x).jpg and if you try to use symbolic "series" command to get the Taylor's series for f(x) you get a horrendous numerical expression of little use.  I gave up on the "series" command.

 

I found it easier just to compute f ' (xeq) .  That's all you need.  Then the desired angular frequency is sqrt((f ' (xeq))/mass) in garbage notation.

 

 

 

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PTC Cloud ServicesLet’s talk "Cloud"!


We all know that the growth of cloud-based services and solutions is growing fast. According to an article published in Forbes Magazine earlier this year, IDC is predicting that the cloud software market will surpass $75B by 2017 attaining a five year compound annual growth rate of 22% in the forecast period.


For PTC customers, the benefits of moving their existing or new solutions to the cloud are compelling. Deploying and managing enterprise applications in-house can be challenging, costly, and time consuming, especially when IT organizations are already stretched thin.

 

In contrast, putting PTC software in the cloud can mean faster deployments, more expert application management, and improved security. The result: Peak software performance, minimum risk, and maximum business value.


PTC Cloud Services promises all of these benefits. But we understand that formulating a cloud strategy and actually making the move requires answers to a great many business, technical, and financial questions. The goal of this group is to discuss those questions, and to explore the latest market trends, challenges, and opportunities that companies like you are facing. 


On behalf of Sanjay Verma, DVP Global Services, and our our global Cloud Services team, I welcome you to this group and look forward to the conversation!

 

Bettina Giemsa

 

 

PS: We don’t mind an occasional rant about the weather in this group, either ;-) 

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When attending a PTC University training class, students typically receive a printed guide that covers all the content of the course. It’s likely that this is the case with most other software vendors’ training classes, too – the traditional printed manual is pretty established.


However, the question is: how many students really use them after the conclusion of the class? You might have taken notes during the class and want to reference those notes once you are back at your desk. But ask yourself, when you sit at your computer and a question comes up, do you go to your bookshelf, take out the manual, and flip through the pages?


Anyone who has attended one of our classes before knows that these books can be quite large. I mean, really large. Some are more than 500 pages, so it may not be easy to find a specific note you took during the training session. Now imagine you would like to discuss this with a colleague – you lift this heavy and bulky guide out off the shelf and walk down the hall. Certainly, you’d rather not do this too often as it interrupts your work.


We at PTC University have been brainstorming better ways to provide you with reference material for your class. We heard your feedback, did some research, and came up with a solution: Digital Class Guides.


Renee McHale, Education Product Manager, PTC UniversityOne hot topic in the industry right now is mLearning (mobile learning), and we could see the value this service could have for our customers. My colleague, Renee McHale, one of our Education Development Managers here at PTC University, project managed this exciting initiative.


“The original Instructor-Led Training (ILT) guides were printed books provided to PTC University students. These guides, while useful and well-written, are very cumbersome to carry and can be difficult to handle,” explains Renee. She believes the new Digital Class Guides will serve the same purpose as the ILT guides, but will improve the user experience dramatically by allowing students to interact with the document online. She also points out that students can bring their own devices to the classroom.


For example, students can now bookmark pages and take notes within the guide electronically. According to Renee, the Digital Class Guide is not your average e-book. Where typical e-books can be downloaded as a PDF file, PTC’s digital guide will allow students to have 24/7 access to class material and organize their notes all in one place so they can refer back to them at any time. The responsive design makes watching on an iPad easy, too.


What I personally love most about this is the environmental impact. Not only will this project enhance the user experience, but it will also save many trees. Currently, more than 31,000 ILT training guides are printed annually. By going digital, PTC University will save an average of 70 tons of paper – that translates to saving more than 600 trees per year*. We’re saving not only the trees, but the energy required to print and deliver that many guides.

 

At this point, many of the latest PTC University courses have been transferred to the new format and many more will soon follow. If you would like to know if your class is available in digital guide format, just ask our Training Advisors.


In addition, we are running several demo webcast. To sign up for a a free 30-minute demonstration, please go here.

 

We look forward to talking with you and hearing your feedback on this exciting new training solution.


Bettina

 

PTC University Digital Class Guides

* Source: Conservatree.org

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Access control. Those two words alone can send the heartiest of men into a fit of tears when faced with trying to debug issues related to them. Tracking down why someone does or does not have access to something in Windchill can be downright tedious. Anytime you enable the wt.access.evaluation.* loggers you can pretty much expect to have to sift through a "War and Peace"-length log to get to the bottom of it.

 

Below is a mini-tutorial/demonstration on how to potentially troubleshoot access control issues where permission has been denied. Similar techniques can be used in other scenarios.

 

 

The following demonstrates an issue where a normal user needs to be able to modify team templates on the Team Administration page, but we don't know what permissions are needed for this action.


Start out by enabling the wt.access.evaluation.* logging (wt.access.evaluation.report, wt.access.evaluation.policyACL, wt.access.evaluation.securityLabels, and wt.access.evaluation.events set to ALL). This is done in the JMXConsole/SMJConsole (you could also do this by using the SetLogLevel action in a windchill shell) just before clicking anything in the Team Administration page when logged in as the regular user (lsood, in this case).

 

 

Once enabled one of the listed team templates is selected and immediately after the logging is disabled and logs analyzed.

 

In this particular case we are interested in anything that comes back saying that the access permission was false for Team-related objects (e.g. where “hasAccess is false” appears in the log and lsood is the user). The following is found in the log:

 

2014-04-22 19:50:15,320 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood -=> hasAccess: lsood, object = Team - Change Activity Team (wt.team.TeamTemplate:42967), permission = Modify

2014-04-22 19:50:15,331 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood -    type = WCTYPE|wt.team.TeamTemplate, domain = Site /System (wt.admin.AdministrativeDomain:8)

2014-04-22 19:50:15,332 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood -    checking for policy access ...

2014-04-22 19:50:15,334 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.policyACL lsood - => getPolicyAcl - IN: = wt.admin.AdministrativeDomain:8, wt.team.TeamTemplate

2014-04-22 19:50:15,378 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.policyACL lsood - <= getPolicyAcl - OUT - acl from cache: wt.admin.AdministrativeDomain:8, wt.team.TeamTemplate

2014-04-22 19:50:15,380 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.policyACL lsood -       + Participant: uid=bozo1,ou=people,cn=administrativeldap,cn=windchill_10.1,o=ptc (wt.org.WTUser:311123): [Full Control (All)]

2014-04-22 19:50:15,381 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.policyACL lsood -       + Participant: ALL: [Read]

2014-04-22 19:50:15,382 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.policyACL lsood -       + Participant: cn=lifecycleadministrators,ou=people,cn=administrativeldap,cn=windchill_10.1,o=ptc (wt.org.WTGroup:1424): [Read, Modify, Create, Delete]

2014-04-22 19:50:15,384 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.policyACL lsood -       + Participant: cn=administrators,ou=people,cn=administrativeldap,cn=windchill_10.1,o=ptc (wt.org.WTGroup:15): [Full Control (All)]

2014-04-22 19:50:15,385 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.policyACL lsood -       ! Participant: cn=view and print only,ou=people,cn=administrativeldap,cn=windchill_10.1,o=ptc (wt.org.WTGroup:24589): [Modify, Create, Delete, Administrative, Revise, New View Version, Change Permissions, Modify Content, Change Domain, Create By Move, Change Context, Set State, Modify Identity]

2014-04-22 19:50:15,388 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood - => AclEntrySet.getPermissionMasks: uid=lsood,ou=people,cn=enterpriseldap,cn=windchill_10.1,o=ptc, id = wt.org.WTUser:104696

2014-04-22 19:50:15,389 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood - <= AclEntrySet.getPermissionMasks: (from cache), grant = 1 [Read], absolute deny = 0 []

2014-04-22 19:50:15,390 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood -    object is ownable - check for owner rights

2014-04-22 19:50:15,391 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood -    checking for ad hoc access ...

2014-04-22 19:50:15,392 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood -<= hasAccess is false: lsood, object = Team - Change Activity Team (wt.team.TeamTemplate:42967), permission = Modify

 

 

 

 

Break down the logging:

  • The first bolded line indicates the beginning of the check (=> hasAccess) for a specific permission (Modify) and specifies the object type for which it is checking permissions (wt.team.TeamTemplate):


2014-04-22 19:50:15,320 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood -=> hasAccess: lsood, object = Team - Change Activity Team (wt.team.TeamTemplate:42967), permission = Modify


 

 

  • The next bolded text indicates the domain where it is checking for this permission. In this case it is the Site’s System domain.


2014-04-22 19:50:15,331 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood -    type = WCTYPE|wt.team.TeamTemplate, domain = Site /System (wt.admin.AdministrativeDomain:8)

 

It is searching here because the team template that I selected was created at the Site level. If I selected a team template created at the Org or Product/Library/Project level, then this domain would be the system domain for that context (i.e. Org’s System domain or Product/Library/Project’s System domain).

For example:


2014-04-22 20:03:12,703 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13062)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood -    type = WCTYPE|wt.team.TeamTemplate, domain = Site, Organization - Demo Organization, Demo Organization, Product - Lori Product, Demo Organization /System (wt.admin.AdministrativeDomain:322606)

 

The above line is essentially saying that it is checking the System domain under the Site > Demo Organization > Lori Product.

 

 

 

 

  • The middle section describes which groups/roles/users are being checked for access and what access those groups/roles/users have:

 

014-04-22 19:50:15,332 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood -    checking for policy access ...

2014-04-22 19:50:15,334 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.policyACL lsood - => getPolicyAcl - IN: = wt.admin.AdministrativeDomain:8, wt.team.TeamTemplate

2014-04-22 19:50:15,378 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.policyACL lsood - <= getPolicyAcl - OUT - acl from cache: wt.admin.AdministrativeDomain:8, wt.team.TeamTemplate

2014-04-22 19:50:15,380 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.policyACL lsood -       + Participant: uid=bozo1,ou=people,cn=administrativeldap,cn=windchill_10.1,o=ptc (wt.org.WTUser:311123): [Full Control (All)]

2014-04-22 19:50:15,381 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.policyACL lsood -       + Participant: ALL: [Read]

2014-04-22 19:50:15,382 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.policyACL lsood -       + Participant: cn=lifecycleadministrators,ou=people,cn=administrativeldap,cn=windchill_10.1,o=ptc (wt.org.WTGroup:1424): [Read, Modify, Create, Delete]

2014-04-22 19:50:15,384 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.policyACL lsood -       + Participant: cn=administrators,ou=people,cn=administrativeldap,cn=windchill_10.1,o=ptc (wt.org.WTGroup:15): [Full Control (All)]

2014-04-22 19:50:15,385 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.policyACL lsood -       ! Participant: cn=view and print only,ou=people,cn=administrativeldap,cn=windchill_10.1,o=ptc (wt.org.WTGroup:24589): [Modify, Create, Delete, Administrative, Revise, New View Version, Change Permissions, Modify Content, Change Domain, Create By Move, Change Context, Set State, Modify Identity]

 

The above says that the following permissions have been given for the following principals:

User: bozo1 has Full Control

Group: ALL has Read

Group: Lifecycle Administrators has Read, Modify, Create and Delete

Group: Administrators has Full Control

Group View and Print Only has Modify, Create, Delete, Administrative, Revise, New View Version, Change Permissions, Modify Content, Change Domain, Create By Move, Change Context, Set State, Modify Identity

 

 

 

 

  • The next section reconciles the user's permissions based on the association to groups/roles/users listed above and their permissions:

 

2014-04-22 19:50:15,388 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood - => AclEntrySet.getPermissionMasks: uid=lsood,ou=people,cn=enterpriseldap,cn=windchill_10.1,o=ptc, id = wt.org.WTUser:104696

2014-04-22 19:50:15,389 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood - <= AclEntrySet.getPermissionMasks: (from cache), grant = 1 [Read], absolute deny = 0 []

 

This means that lsood has been granted Read permission and no permissions have been absolutely denied. This indicates that the only group that lsood is associated with is  ALL  since that is the only one above that matches the same permission set.

 

 

 

  • The last bolded line in the above block indicates that the check is complete (<= hasAccess) and provides the result (lsood did not have the Modify permission):


2014-04-22 19:50:15,392 DEBUG [RMI TCP Connection(13034)-10.198.108.33] wt.access.evaluation.report lsood -<= hasAccess is false: lsood, object = Team - Change Activity Team (wt.team.TeamTemplate:42967), permission = Modify

 

 

 

Now that you know how to break down the access control logging output, hopefully troubleshooting such issues won't be quite as daunting. Happy access control hunting!

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Společnost AV ENGINEERING, a.s. uvolnila AV ScriBatch Tools 1.3 s těmito novinkami:

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Implementaci a technickou podporu systémů od firmy PTC v České republice provádí AV ENGINEERING, a.s. www.aveng.cz

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can anybody share windchill customization interview questions??