What’s New in SOLIDWORKS Inspection 2019: PDM Integration

Written by: Quinton Rocke, Application Engineer SOLIDWORKS Inspection is now more integrated than ever with SOLIDWORKS PDM in 2019. In the standalone Inspection application, you can now access a familiar SOLIDWORKS PDM tab for tools such as Check Out, Check In, … Continue reading

What’s New in SOLIDWORKS PDM 2019: User Comment Settings

Written by: Alex Graziani, Application Engineer New in SOLIDWORKS PDM 2019 is the ability to require both version and transition comments. This will allow for a more detailed and reliable history for each file. The two new settings are found in the … Continue reading

SOLIDWORKS PDM – Creating Custom Reports

Written by: Bryce Hooper, Application Engineer The report generator can be a very powerful tool, provided you know how to wield it. It allows us to query the database for information without the use of SQL Management Studio. We’ve explored … Continue reading

SOLIDWORKS PDM: Using the Report Generator

Written by: Bryce Hooper, Application Engineer   SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional gives us the ability to generate reports from the SQL database, without opening SQL Management Studio. This is a benefit in scenarios where Engineering wants information that IT isn’t allowing … Continue reading

SOLIDWORKS PDM – The Confusing Default Mail Client Error

Written by: Bryce Hooper, Application Engineer If you are a user of both PDM and Microsoft Office, you are probably going to see this issue every now and then. The issue I’m talking about is an error message during a … Continue reading