Tech Team Thursday
How to Easily Copy Data to New and Existing Groups Using the DriveWorks ‘Copy Group’ Tool
Every Thursday the DriveWorks Tech Team share their knowledge and expertise in these 30 minute value added webinars exclusively for DriveWorks Reseller AEs and DriveWorks Pro customers on subscription support.
On Thursday, September 21st, DriveWorks, Senior Applications Engineer, Dave will be sharing his knowledge about the ‘Copy Group’ tool.
In DriveWorks Data Management, there are tools and tasks to assist you when administering your DriveWorks implementation.
One of these tools is called ‘Copy Group’, and it allows you to move Group data to other new or existing Groups.
In this webinar, Dave, our Senior Applications Engineer, will discuss some scenarios where the ‘Copy Group’ task could be used. These include: moving your implementation from development to production, testing new versions of DriveWorks or SOLIDWORKS and creating backup files.
To show you how to use the ‘Copy Group’ tool to its full potential, Dave will cover:
• Where to find the ‘Copy Group’ tool
• When you should use it
• How to use it
• Each section of the ‘Copy Group’ wizard
• Best practices, things to avoid and advice when using the ‘Copy Group’ tool
No matter which stage you’re at with your DriveWorks Projects, this webinar will be beneficial for you.
Knowing how to manage your Group data effectively is essential. When dealing with important information, it’s crucial that you know how the ‘Copy Group’ tool works and how to avoid any potential issues.
Also, creating backup data or switching seamlessly from development to production environments are two tasks that most DriveWorks Pro customers will need to undertake at some point. The ‘Copy Group’ tool makes completing these tasks much simpler and more reliable.
Join Dave to discover the many uses of the ‘Copy Group’ tool and pick up some tips and tricks along the way.
We welcome questions throughout and after the webinar.
The webinar will take place at 4pm BST on Thursday, September 21st.
Find the webinar time in your timezone here.