I have the following datamodel setup:
Via PLMXML I would like to export properties:
When I use this property set:
CLASS.ItemRevision: PROPERTY.object_name: DO
CLASS.ItemRevision: PROPERTY.object_string: DO
CLASS.ItemRevision: PROPERTY.object_type: DO
CLASS.ItemRevision: PROPERTY.owning_user: DO
CLASS.ItemRevision: PROPERTY.owning_group: DO
CLASS.ItemRevision: PROPERTY.creation_date: DO
CLASS.ItemRevision: PROPERTY.last_mod_date: DO
I get this as part of result:
<UserValue title="object_name" value="Collection Of ERP Operations"></UserValue>
<UserValue title="object_string" value="ERPOperations/RevA-Collection Of ERP Operations"></UserValue>
<UserValue title="object_type" value="ItemRevision"></UserValue>
<UserValue title="owning_user" type="reference" value="" dataRef="#id3"></UserValue>
<UserValue title="owning_group" type="reference" value="" dataRef="#id7"></UserValue>
<UserValue title="creation_date" value="2016-05-24T08:38:57Z"></UserValue>
<UserValue title="last_mod_date" value="2016-05-24T08:48:23Z"></UserValue>
If I had selected the OOTB ItemRevision
But when I select the custom FT4_ItemRevision and use the same Tranfermode (The tranfermode uses only a property set) as above I don't get any userdate\uservalue in my PLMXML-file.
What do i have to do to get this info also for the custom FT4_ItemRevision?
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I have a very similar situation.
I am trying to export properties for a custom item type FL4_ItemRevision.
I have a property set choosen, though when I export. I am also getting a bunch of other properties, not specified in the property set. I only want to export the properties specified in the property set.
"Closure Rules are based on inheritance but Property Rules are not". So, use custom object name instead of basic type name. For examle use "class.MyCustomType" instead of "class.Item".