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Import XMLRenderingStylesheet

Experimenter
Experimenter

Hi,

 

I would like to place our customized stylesheets into version management which could be used to distribute changes via environment e.g Test, Dev and Prod environments.

 

I took the export which works fine as well as first import. Problem is that when i change rendering and try to import stylesheet again there's no changes in "viewer" tab. If i change dataset object it self e.g description this update exists there just fine

 

Not entirely sure if this even would be the best way to distribute changes via different evironments and would like to if there's any better solutions exist

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Re: Import XMLRenderingStylesheet

Legend
Legend

Did you clear your cache?

Re: Import XMLRenderingStylesheet

Experimenter
Experimenter

Hi

 

Thanks. I was just missing cache clear. Now import works fine from rich client as well as command line

 

Mikko Torvinen

Re: Import XMLRenderingStylesheet

Experimenter
Experimenter
hi ,

I would like to export a stylesheet (say 'item' or 'item revision' ..) with the utility plmxml_export.exe. Can you please guide me what parameters should I use in this utility so that I can export the stylesheet . or Am I using the-the wrong utility for this.
Please help :)

Re: Import XMLRenderingStylesheet

Solution Partner Esteemed Contributor Solution Partner Esteemed Contributor
Solution Partner Esteemed Contributor

Use the import_file utility. I like to also use a data file to import several of them at once...

import_file -u=infodba -p=%TCPASSWD% -g=dba -i=_my_list.dat -

And the data file...

 

-de=r -f=ACME_ToolCreate.xml  -d=ACME_ToolCreate  -ref=XMLRendering -type=XMLRenderingStylesheet

Don't forget to regen the cache.

 


Randy Ellsworth, Teamcenter Architect, Applied CAx, LLC
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