My Very 1st AU Class Proposal

A long time overdue, but I finally submitted my first ever Autodesk University class proposal. Check it out and vote if you think it’s worthy. Visit the voting site and look up “Hack the Vault Job Processor”. 

“Out of the box, the Vault job processor is a great way to keep your data updated. The job processor can update visualization files, create PDF files or synchronize properties. The job processor also has lots of limitations. This course will show you how to hack your job processor through custom jobs to allow more granular control of your design automation tools. Learn how to create a custom job processor job, learn how to interact with the jobs by setting priorities for different job types, query the job queue, add or remove jobs to the queue. With this additional functionality you’ll be able handle different types of files separately and learn how to take control of your Vault.”

Key Learnings:

• Understand the out-of-the-box limitations of the job processor
• Create a custom job and configure it to run
• Employ the extended capabilities available with the Job Processor API
• Develop your processes further using the design automation capabilities of the Vault job processor.

 

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