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looking for someone who is willing to work with me to setup OPENplm.

We are a small startup with limited resources. Our software guy has loaded OPENplm on our local server, but he doesn't know enogh about general PLM to help me learn how it works.

  • Message #140

    Hello,

    Reading your post, I guess you successfully installed OpenPLM and, now, you want to learn how to use it. Am I correct ?

    To learn how to use it, you have an online documentation here :  http://wiki.openplm.org/docs/dev/en/user/index.html

    If you are a professional,  LinObject is also a small startup who can organize some trainings for you and your colleagues.

    • Message #141

      exactly !

      I have looked at the WIKI information, but it is not detailed enough. For example, I followed created an exact duplicate of the a BOM CSV file and I still receive error messages when I try to upload.

      What type of training to you offer ?

      • Message #142

        Here is the documentation that would help you :  http://wiki.openplm.org/docs/dev/en/user/features/create.html

        Note that OpenPLM need to find your parts in the vault.

        The standard process is :

        1st step : You create all parts (using csv import is one way to do it)

        2nd step : You create connections between previously created parts (using csv import)

        I advise you to use an ordinary user (not admin, not company) to do it.

        Concerning the csv file for part creation, here is an example that worked in  http://electronics.openplm.org, take care if letters are capital or not :

        type,reference,revision,name,group,lifecycle
        Part,PART_00063,A,"My first part, for BOM creation","For guests",draft_official_deprecated
        Part,PART_00064,A,"My second part, for BOM creation","For guests",draft_official_deprecated
        Part,PART_00065,A,"My third part, for BOM creation","For guests",draft_official_deprecated
        

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