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How to add a Customised revision form, in legacy item revisions?

Pioneer
Pioneer

Hello Experts,

 

For a business requirement, we have added a new form in the item revision along with the OOTB revision form. This works good for the new items we create. But we have to have the said customised form in all the legacy item revisions.

 

How do I add a customised form in the revisions already available.

 

Some revisions are already released, but still I can over ride the released status, using a workflow.

 

Any light on this is highly appreciated. BTW, I dont know Coding.... I am a mechanical engineer Man Sad

 

Thanks in advance

Sara

S A Saravanakumar
CBE, INDIA
6 REPLIES

Re: How to add a Customised revision form, in legacy item revisions?

Siemens Genius Siemens Genius
Siemens Genius

I think adding a custom form on released Item Revisions would be really complex. But what you could always do is configure adding this form automatically to all the new revisions via BMIDE (or) you should be able to manually add your form to any working revision of Legacy items

Re: How to add a Customised revision form, in legacy item revisions?

Siemens Genius Siemens Genius
Siemens Genius

Revise the Legacy Item and choose File-->New-->Form

Re: How to add a Customised revision form, in legacy item revisions?

Pioneer
Pioneer

Thats good Arun. Thanks a bunch.

But I need to inset them on atleast 40,000 items, so I am just klooking for a solution that works on bulk data.

S A Saravanakumar
CBE, INDIA

Re: How to add a Customised revision form, in legacy item revisions?

Well, that is what coding is meant for... I suggest using TC API calls to locate the items, perform a checkout, adding the form and checking them back in. The alternative, doing it by hand, would be, at least, cumbersome.

Re: How to add a Customised revision form, in legacy item revisions?

Pioneer
Pioneer
Thanks Ramon!!
S A Saravanakumar
CBE, INDIA

Re: How to add a Customised revision form, in legacy item revisions?

You are welcome, Saravanakumar.