I would like to load a HTML file to Vis info browser from a batch file directly, meaning the user will not need to drog and drop the HTML or clik the Link names in vis.
For Example a command line: .c:\...\Mockup\VisView.exe aaa.HTML
This will run the visview.exe and enter the aaa.HTML into infobrowser automaticly.
Is there a way todo so? Are there any other options?
Use of VIS10.1.6 patch 4.
if you have a permanent folder where the batch file html is placed you can use the web link saving function.
In Teamcenter Visualization is it possible to save permanent under the WEB button a link.
The link is not alone for web sides it can be also a file from word, html (near everything) be used.
So you need this only create one time and is after this permanent.
Other way is to put a hyperlink in a VFZ (VF) file and this is placed in a folder permanent (Database) and has a hyperlink to the html file.
Great looking will here be a Button placed with a name in the file
I know this is not coding but it is simple to do.
let me think a bit in the blue.
Have here in use JT2Go.
Therefore, if I start JT2Go a HTML based Info starts with embedded permanent links is there.
This is very easy to modify to whatever you want.
For TCVis I think it is simple to change in your used office standard browser the start web side.
Move it here to your internal office web side and you can create so many links and info fields how you need.
In addition, it is easy to mod the Help and Info fields in both TCvis and JT2Go too.