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Dennis Mulonas

DV1670: Programming the Vault with the VDF

(Duration 01:27:09)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Explain the basics of the VDF
  • Use UI components from the VDF
  • Upload and download files through the VDF
  • Create and resolve persistent IDs

Description

Description

The Vault 2014 release adds a powerful set of programming tools: the Vault Development Framework (VDF). Learn how to unlock the power of the VDF. Get more features in your apps with less code. This class goes over the basics of the VDF, such as how to use the Login dialog. From there we explore how to use the VDF in various contexts, such as the Job Processor. Lastly, we go over useful tips and tricks for Vault 2014 API programming.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Programmers who are familiar with the Vault product line—prior experience with the Vault API is not required

Speakers

Speakers

Dennis Mulonas

Autodesk Data Management Client Architect

Doug Redmond

Doug Redmond has been a software engineer for Autodesk for over 13 years. In that time, he has worked on four separate product lines: Streamline, Vault and Productstream Professional and PLM 360. He has worked on Vault for over 8 years, developing features and overseeing the APIs. Doug is the author of "It's All Just Ones and Zeros" which is a blog on Vault API development. Check it out at http://justonesandzeros.typepad.com/

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Tags

Published

  • 2013
  • DV1670
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Vault Professional

Topics

  • Developer