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Enable csv2tcxml

Genius
Genius

Hello;

From help for Enableing csv2tcxml help:

"

sdpath:

Defines the operating system directory containing the volume where Teamcenter stores the files related to imported datasets. Provide the name only, do not include the path.

"

Is sdpath =Fsc ID ?

 

Thanks.

BR

 

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Re: Enable csv2tcxml

Gears Phenom Gears Phenom
Gears Phenom

Good afternoon @JFK1963 , this is the name of the folder, inside the volume. The files you imported inside the datasets will be placed in this folder.
Unfortunately, nothing is written in the documentation or in the configuration file, how this folder should be named and whether it is possible to use an existing folder.
We filled in our new folder name in sdpath and csv2tcxml created it in the volume.
Perhaps Jamie_Griffis will be able to add something on this issue, I would be interested in her answer.

Re: Enable csv2tcxml

Gears Phenom Gears Phenom
Gears Phenom

@JFK1963  - sdpath is the folder name in the volume and not the entire path that you'd want to put the datasets in if not defined in the load file. Something like dba_595ff5ef or engineering_*********.  Obviously, you wouldn't want to load all your data owned by infodba or into the dba group. This is the only folder I had on hand to show.

 

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Jamie Griffis | Teamcenter Architect | Applied CAx, LLC

Re: Enable csv2tcxml

Gears Phenom Gears Phenom
Gears Phenom

@ArthurRM  - yes, you use an existing folder. If it doesn't exist yet then you'd need to create something from the RAC so TC can generate the folder.

Jamie Griffis | Teamcenter Architect | Applied CAx, LLC