In order to evaluate revisions that have been withdrawn and thus ensure traceability, a functionality has been created with which the revisions that have been withdrawn and their working copies can be displayed in DC Document Controlling.
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A new function "Return Transmittal" has been developed in the ToDo, which automatically generates a new transmittal when the ToDo is completed.
The development of a new Planet Plugin for Navisworks provides an extension of the functionalities in the DMS revision process with regard to the use of PLM NAV. This makes it possible to display different trades with different revision statuses.
Most documents for verification are sent by email or post. These can now be directly integrated into the Transmittal process.
The existing quick selection for exporting files from DMS has been extended by a function with which additional documents can be transferred beyond the revision.
Every user can comment on, delete or change a document.
The project phases (e.g. basic engineering, construction, detail engineering) available in the Document Control Module for controlling the project execution, through which the revision procedure is controlled, offer extensive configuration options for a project.
The IDC is a procedure for checking PDF files checked into PLM DMS during an external audit. In line with the control of the IDC procedure, the PLM Office ToDo administration has now been extended accordingly with functionalities such as redlining and comments on the check documents.
A new feature was implemented in both PLM DMS and DCI (Document Control Interface). The DCC (Document Control Code) describes and classifies the type of documentation (e.g. FA010 for overview circuit diagram, FB030 for P&I flow diagram, FF040 for flow chart etc.).
Project processing (revision procedures) can be divided into a fixed sequence in DocWorkState, such as basic engineering, detail engineering, etc. Subordinate document purposes, such as "for review", "for approval" or "for attestation", etc., describe what is to happen to the document, also in a fixed order.