Windchill 11.0 Business Admin Training

Pretoria (P1 Office)

Overview
Course Code TRN-4810–T
Course Length 2 Days

In this course, you will gain an understanding of basic Windchill business administration tasks. You will learn how to create user accounts and groups and how to effectively plan and create information management
storage strategies. Other topics will include life cycles, workflows, teams, and configuring domain policies. These skills enable you to configure Windchill PDMLink to meet business needs. After completing this course, you will
be well prepared to set up and manage a basic Windchill implementation at your company. At the end of each module, you will complete a set of review questions to reinforce critical topics from that module. At the end of the
course, you will complete a course assessment in Pro/FICIENCY intended to evaluate your understanding of the course as a whole.
Course Objectives
• Understand the processes involved in defining your business environment.
• Identify the use of a Windchill Organization.
• Create an organization.
• Create and manage user accounts and groups.
• Identify best practices for managing organizations, groups, and user accounts.
• Identify contexts and their relationships.
• Assign product and library creators.
• Create and manage product and library contexts.
• Distinguish Windchill object names and their corresponding object type class names.
• Create local, global, calculated, and alias attributes.
• Create a Windchill subtypes.
• Configure attribute layouts.
• Identify and set object initialization rules.
• Implement custom versioning sequences.
• Create and define life cycle and workflow templates.
• Associate life cycle and workflow templates.
• Understand the Windchill domain policy architecture.
• Define access control policies.
• Identify individual access control permissions.
• Administer and troubleshoot access control lists.
• Define notification policies.
• Define indexing policies.
• Use context teams to apply access control.
• Use context teams and team templates to conduct workflow role resolution.
• Create and manage document templates within product, library, and organization contexts.
• Identify how to create CAD document templates.
• Create product and library context templates.
• Create, manage, and edit promotion preferences.
• Identify the promotion review and approval processes.
• Understand change management flexibility.
• Create change association rules.
• Identify change objects, life cycles, workflows, and team templates.
• Administer administrator-saved searches.
• Administer user profiles.
• Administer Windchill views.
• Administer calendar functions.
• Administer organization preferences.
• Identify the report manager functions.
• Identify visualization publishing controls.
• Identify purge manager functions.
• Audit system events
Prerequisites
Any one of the following courses:
• Introduction to Windchill PDMLink 11.0 for Light Users
• Introduction to Windchill PDMLink 11.0 for Heavy Users
• Introduction to Windchill PDMLink 11.0 for the Implementation Team
Audience
• This course is intended for business administrators, system administrators, and project team leaders. Implementation team members, including user adoption team members and those with general
Windchill administration responsibilities, will also benefit from taking this course.

Event Date: 
Saturday, December 26, 2015 - 08:30 to 16:30