After a busy couple weeks of writing, testing, and more testing, my Windchill Document Worker is finally ready to be installed on a customer's system! It is more of a "free beta test" if you will. I am eager to see the results.
Although I currently do have a way to export all files from Windchill (CAD and Documents), I am limiting the scope and splitting the projects into two because each set of data has its own needs.
The "Windchill Filevault Decrypter" will now be known as "Windchill Document Exporter".
You can take a look at all the details on the new permanent project page here.
A new project I am currently working on is a way to export all files from the Windchill filevault. This could be used to recover files from a database and vault backup without having to restore Windchill to an earlier point in time.
A working prototype has been made that can currently export a test system with 5,700 Documents in under 13 min without the subfolder structure. Adding the subfolder structure significantly adds time to the export. I am working on a way to reduce this time by optimizing the code. The import function is currently being investigated.
Another song sample for you to enjoy. Maybe it's not even technically classical but that is the best temporary name I can give it for now.
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Last Updated: 4-16-2016
From the 100's of installs of Windchill I have performed, one thing that has always bugged me was constantly browsing to many different property files to check the values of specific properties. I have created my very own tool to make life much easier. Introducing the Property Checker!
After spending many months programming what seems to be a large and complicated game that will never be finished, I decided to take a break and challenge myself. I want to see if I could make an entire game in one day from concept to playable. I quickly came up with what I call SwipeRun.
After using PeerBlock for so many years, I wanted to see about providing a PeerBlock type solution to my entire network. Before investing money in a physical system, I decided to try pfSense in a virtual environment to see if it would fit my needs. This "How To" guide walks you through the install and configuration steps along with solutions to any challenges I faced.
[ Part 1 ] | Part 2 | Part 3
My senior design project was one of the most exciting and satisfying parts of my life.
A song I've been working on.
Last modified: 3-24-2016
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PLM engineer while "on the clock", programmer, designer, dreamer all other times.