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Add multiple servers to one richclient

Builder
Builder

Hi ,

I have two completely different TC servers (different server, site) which I want to add them to one rich client. What is the standad routine to do?

 

Thanks

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Re: Add multiple servers to one richclient

Legend
Legend

There is a way to add it so you can pick it form the dropdown.  But, I forgot how to do it, or couldnt get it working properly so I have 2 bat files that i run.  One points the rac client to Test, the other points it to Production.

 

The scripts simply replace 1 set of files with another set, removes temp folders and runs genreg.

 

Sometimes I have to logout of my pc and back in again for it to work correclty.  Its not perfect, but it works, and in any case i dont run it very often as i just remote into the servers and use the client on the server the majority of the time.

 

Bat attached.

Rich

Richard Bennett
PLM Consultant
Prospect PLM Ltd

Re: Add multiple servers to one richclient

Builder
Builder

Thank you Richard.

Actually I'm looking for the way which you mentioned at first, adding items to login drop down menu.

I've found it in TC maintenance page as attached file, so I changed both of 4T and FCC config and add new item but, it doesnt work and I cant connect to second server. Some kind of FMS master error apeared.

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Re: Add multiple servers to one richclient

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Instead, under "Client Communication System" choose:
Use Configurations and Environments

You didn't state which Teamcenter version you are on and its not in your signature (best practice) so I'm pointing to the latest Tc11.4:
https://docs.plm.automation.siemens.com/tdoc/tc/11.4/help#uid:xid1256816:index_plm00102:id1361354:xi...
I like using a shared configuration even for private use as the location is the same for all clients instead of residing in the users profile.

More reading:
https://docs.plm.automation.siemens.com/tdoc/tc/11.4/help/#uid:id1387312
https://docs.plm.automation.siemens.com/tdoc/tc/11.4/help/#uid:id1387324
https://docs.plm.automation.siemens.com/tdoc/tc/11.4/help/#uid:id1387338

Randy Ellsworth, Teamcenter Architect, Applied CAx, LLC
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