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Forge - DevCon 2016: Cloud PDM Demystified – The Future of File Management

Hagay Dvir and Will Sterbenz, Autodesk

This class will cover managing file attachments within Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle – formally known as Autodesk PLM 360 – adding PDM functionality to Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). This will introduce file and design relationship APIs as well as how to manipulate them in PLM.

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Forge - DevCon 2016: Cloud PDM Demystified – The Future of File Management

  1. 1. William Sterbenz and Hagay Dvir Cloud PDM Demystified – The Future of File Management
  2. 2. @AutodeskForge #ForgeDevCon
  3. 3. Hagay Dvir Sr. Product Manager & Chief Product Owner Fusion Lifecycle Will Sterbenz Sr. Architect & Chief Product Architect Fusion Lifecycle About Us
  4. 4. About The Class • Data management is especially important for Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions as means to manage Product Data (PDM) • In this class we will introduce you to Fusion Lifecycle, Autodesk’s PLM solution, and discuss Data Management in that context • Due to the nature of the class, Fusion Lifecycle will be covered only briefly. Prior experience with Fusion Lifecycle will be beneficial
  5. 5. Safe Harbor Statement This presentation contains forward looking statements about future results, performance or achievements, financial and otherwise. These statements reflect management’s current expectations, estimates and assumptions based on the information currently available to Autodesk. These forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause Autodesk’s actual results, performance or achievements to be materially different from results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements contained in this presentation. A discussion of the factors that may affect future results is contained in Autodesk’s most recent SEC filings, including descriptions of the risk factors that may impact Autodesk and the forward-looking statements made in this presentation. The forward-looking statements made in this presentation are being made as of the time and date of its live presentation. If this presentation is reviewed after the time and date of its live presentation, even if it subsequently is made available by Autodesk, on its Web site or otherwise, this presentation may not contain current or accurate information. Autodesk disclaims any obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statement based on new information, future events or otherwise.
  6. 6. What is Fusion Lifecycle • Fusion Lifecycle is Autodesk’s Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) system • Data is organized in Workspaces • Workspaces are Data Containers for items with the same Business Purpose New Product Introduction Project 1 Project 2 Project 3 Project 4 Items and BOMs Component 1 Sub- Assembly 1 Sub- Assembly 2 Assembly 1 Change Orders ECO 1 ECO 2 ECO3 Workspaces Items
  7. 7. Fusion Lifecycle Items • A single item usually represent a single business object • Items have Properties (‘item details’) and Aspects (‘tabs’)
  8. 8. Data API • UI is separate from service • Client-side MVC • Backend service implements Data Model and Business Logic FLC UI templates, static content and JS Browser FLC services Server Client Data HTML, JS
  9. 9. Get Workspace Content • GET https://<tenant>/api/v3/workspaces/<id>/items • Unbounded, Paged collection • Each element in the collection has: • Title (name) • URN • Link • Version (because it is integral to the name)
  10. 10. GET Item Details • GET https://<tenant>/api/v3/workspaces/<id>/items/<id> • Key/Value pairs • Each element in the collection has: • Title (name) • URN • Link • Version (because it is integral to the name)
  11. 11. Bill Of Materials (BOM) • A BOM is a built-in Aspect that can be enabled in any Workspace • A BOM is a hierarchy of Fusion Lifecycle Items
  12. 12. BOM Configurations • When an item is released, it gets an Effectivity date • BOM configuration allow to view a BOM as it was on a given Date and with a given Revision Bias
  13. 13. BOM Data Model • Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) • Edges and nodes • Edge properties • Node properties (Items) • Reflection Edge properties: Quantity, custom Node properties: Descriptor, Lifecyclestate, custom
  14. 14. Attachments • Files surface in Fusion Lifecycle as Attachments • Attachments are relationships between Fusion Lifecycle Items and Files stored in the Data Repository
  15. 15. Data Repository • Folder hierarchy (as in Windows Explorer) • Lineages are a sorted collection of Versions of the same data
  16. 16. Attachments Data Model • m:n relationship • Many documents can be attached to the same item • Same document can be attached to many items • Pinning policies
  17. 17. New service and API for attachment relationships • Forge hides the details • Uses existing building blocks • Multiple services under one API • Interoperability with FLC API and DM API FLC Attachments DM API API API
  18. 18. Real World Example
  19. 19. Example: Build a CAD BOM Lifecycle Workflow Release Management Versions File refs BOM CAD DS Forge provides a platform API Using existing building-blocks Can be used to build a BOM in FLC based upon CAD structure with custom logic for excluding Library parts, purchased items, etc Custom logic
  20. 20. Build BOM from CAD 1. GET CAD objects and relationships 2. POST Items 3. POST Bom-Items 4. POST attachments Forge provides a simple resource-based REST API that hides the underlying micro-service architecture
  21. 21. Step 1: read CAD from Forge DM POST ["urn:adsk.wipqa:dm.lineage:-w295kWRTZ-Nbf9PrSFRBA"] {"versionedFiles": [ { "lineage": { "urn": "urn:adsk.wipqa:dm.lineage:-w295kWRTZ-Nbf9PrSFRBA", "createTime": "2016-06-10T19:43:46+0000", "lastModifiedTime": "2016-06-10T19:43:48+0000", "lastModifiedUserId": "38SCJGX4R4PV", "lastModifiedUserName": "", "createUserName": "", "createSortableName": "Bot Staging", "parentFolderUrn": "urn:adsk.wipqa:fs.folder:co.ekykwQljTHKJiTjLXKFJ1Q", "tipVersionUrn": "urn:adsk.wipqa:fs.file:vf.-w295kWRTZ-Nbf9PrSFRBA?version=1", "title": "Sports Car.dwfx", "hidden": false }]} Filter out unmanaged parts (e.g. library components)
  22. 22. Step 2: create Item in FLC POST { "sections":[ { "link":"/api/v 3/workspaces/57/sections/233", "f ields":[ { "__self __":"/api/v 3/workspaces/57/views/1/fields/ROHS", "v alue":"f alse" }, { "__self __":"/api/v 3/workspaces/57/v iews/1/fields/REACH", "v alue":"f alse" }, { "__self __":"/api/v 3/workspaces/57/views/1/fields/CONFLICT_MINERALS", "v alue":"f alse" } ] }, } Copy meta-data from Forge DM to FLC (e.g. description)
  23. 23. Step 3: create BOM relationship in FLC POST {link: "/api/v3/workspaces/57/items/6797/bom-items", title: "151-0323-058 - BRACKET SGL WIDE SS TAB DVI (3.152) DVI (1.552)", deleted: false, version: "A", } Can apply FLC release management to BOM (e.g. ECO process)
  24. 24. Step 4: attach CAD to FLC Items POST ents { "itemId":"urn:adsk.plm:tenant.workspace.item:ALPHAFORGECPDMCLASS3.57.6922", "lineageUrn":"urn:adsk.wipqa:dm.lineage:-w295kWRTZ-Nbf9PrSFRBA", "pinningPolicy":"On Lock“ } Set policy for release management
  25. 25. Forge Platform API for Cloud PDM FLC product is being built on Forge data platform Combining Forge DM with FLC product API… will provide platform API for Cloud PDM Disclaimer: the FLC API and attachments API are not yet released