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Rulestream Unattended Engineer as service?

Solution Partner Experimenter Solution Partner Experimenter
Solution Partner Experimenter

Hi all,

 

Anybody knows if there's a way to run the Unattended Engineer as a service instead of running the application?

 

 

Thanks!

 

 

Richard Chiquero

Application Consultant @ cards PLM solutions

3 REPLIES

Re: Rulestream Unattended Engineer as service?

Siemens Genius Siemens Genius
Siemens Genius

Unfortunately, no. There is no way to run UE as a service.

 

Are you doing any 3D CAD? If not, there is a way to use ModelServices in batch. But that doesn't work with 3D CAD.

 

Tell us more about what you're trying to do specifically please.

 

Re: Rulestream Unattended Engineer as service?

Solution Partner Experimenter Solution Partner Experimenter
Solution Partner Experimenter
Hi Rick,

Yes I do 3D CAD.
It would be nice if it could run as a service instead as an application so it would be safer. I mean it would eliminate the risk of some ignorant user who would close the application and thus nothing would be processed.
That is the reason why I asked.

Thanks and my apologies for the late reply.

Richard Chiquero
Application Consultant @ cards PLM solutions

Re: Rulestream Unattended Engineer as service?

Siemens Genius Siemens Genius
Siemens Genius

Yes, for 3D CAD applications in Rulestream, there is no way today to use BatchServices as BatchServices is CAD-less. And, UE which drives CAD will only run as an application.

 

Several of the 3D CAD systems Rulestream interfaces with cannot be run as a service. It's that reason that UE was originally written as an application -- so it could be used to create 3D CAD models. I know this isn't the answer you had hoped for, but hopefully the explanation helps explain the rational.