Have you ever wanted your item workflow to do more for you? Do you find yourself wondering who should do what and when? Ever ponder how to make your synchronous workflow behave more synchronously when integration with Vault software? Say goodbye to those boring old workflows! Learn how to go beyond the limitations of mere group-based precondition scripts and instead provide permissions on an item-by-item basis. Learn how to expose the current status of your items at every transition, thereby providing greater and simpler reporting. See how you can use a workflow state to create an effective way to align your Vault software transactions without having those messy Vault software errors disrupt your item status. This class will be heavy on coding with lots of examples, so be ready and get your nerd on.
- Learn how to transition permission based upon a named user(s)
- Learn about complex workflow mapping based upon item metadata
- Learn about dynamic system for user accountability
- Learn how to capitalize on secondary workflow states to enhance productivity
Orrin is the CAD Administrator at Greenpoint Technologies an aviation company in Kirkland, WA. He manages an install base of 80+ seats of Product Design Suite and Vault Professional. Currently he is part of his company's implementation team implementing PLM 360.Previously, Orrin worked in industry as a design engineer and as an applications engineer for Autodesk resellers.He draws from his deep knowledge of Autodesk mechanical design tools to provide practical solutions for engineering workflow requirements.
Carter Mast is software engineer at Greenpoint Technologies, Inc. (GTI), a Boeing Business Jet completion center that provides turnkey interior completions for private individuals and heads of state. He has been with GTI for over 2 years working on custom applications, integration, and enhancement of commercial software solutions, and delivering business intelligence through powerful software systems. Carter has capitalized on various Autodesk, Inc., product APIs—including Inventor software, Vault software, and Autodesk PLM 360 software’s spin on the REST API—to increase engineering efficiency and reduce errors associated with repetitive or tedious tasks. Prior to joining GTI he obtained his PhD from the University of Washington. His researched focused on non-linear constitutive models and improvements to various numerical methods used in engineering analysis. He is passionate about software development, machine learning, and predictive analytics, and he loves to teach others.