Windchill PDMLink 11.0 Update from 10.2 for Users & Administrators

Pretoria, P1 Office

Overview
Course Code TRN-4803-T
Course Length 1 Day

In this course, you will review two main components: business administration enhancements and system administration enhancements. The business administration topics will review business related enhancements, such as attribute management, change management, PTC Navigate app management, and other miscellaneous business administration enhancements. The
system administration topics will highlight and cover enhancements related to the new browser and platform support and system performance. This course is designed for administrators who need to update their Windchill knowledge and skills to work in a Windchill 11.0 environment. You will complete PTC University Proficiency skills assessment questions for each topic. These questions are used to help reinforce your understanding of the course topics. This course has been developed using Windchill 11.0 F000.

Course Objectives
• Identify Type and Attribute Management user interface enhancements.
• Create and manage reusable attributes.
• Create and manage local attributes.
• Add new database columns for local attributes.
• Create graphical attributes.
• Identify change management flexibility.
• Create and manage change association rules.
• Create and manage change object templates.
• Create native task templates.
• Use PTC Navigate apps.
• Configure PTC Navigate apps.
• Identify workflow enhancements.
• Identify new and modified system preferences.
• Identify access control and auditing enhancements.
• Explore the new Team Template Administration utility.
• Identify reporting enhancements.
• Identify new browser support.
• Identify new platform support.
• Explorer the Indexing Administration utility.
• Identify Performance Advisor for PTC Windchill.

Prerequisites
• Experience with the Windchill 10.0, 10.1, or 10.2 business and system administration.

Audience
• This course is intended for business and system administrators. People in related roles will also benefit from taking this course.

Event Date: 
Monday, June 4, 2018 - 08:30 to 16:30