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SolidWorks Enterprise PDM Database Server

The SolidWorks Enterprise PDM database server polls Enterprise PDM databases for new automated messages and schedule changes, and updates central SQL lists.

The server software can be installed on the SQL server machine that hosts the Enterprise PDM vaults or on another server that connects to the SQL server.

The database server supports the following Enterprise PDM operations:

Automatic notifications Workflow and other automatic notifications, such as change state, check out, check in, add, and deadline.
View updates Automatic updates (refresh) of listings in file vault views and add-ins
Card list updates Periodic updates of card lists that use SQL queries for their content
Cold store scheduling Updates of archive servers with changes made to cold store schedules
Replication scheduling Updates of archive servers with changes made to replication schedules
Index server administration Administration of the indexing service for content searches
Data import/export Execution of data import and export rules at predefined intervals.

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