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How to transfer a Content Center library to or from Vault server?

A - answer If you need to convert an Inventor Content Center library located on your Vault server (ADMS) to the local content on the users's disk (e.g. on a notebook, for travelling), or vice-versa - if you want to place (add) an originally local content to the central Content Center (CC) on your network server, you can use the Library Transfer Guide.

You can run the transfer function from the dialog "Configure Libraries" ("I" > Manage > Projects > Configure Content Center Libraries - the last lower right icon). In this dialog then choose the last but one icon "Library Transfer Guide":

In the tranfer guide (wizard), select the diraction of the transfer - "From Vault server to local content", or "From local content to Vault server" - and enter your Vault login credentials. Then you will only check the names of libraries to transfer.

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18.9.2009    10450×  
applies to: Inventor 2010 · Vault 2010 ·

See also:
Tip 12893:"Publish is not Successful" when editing a family in Content Center.
Tip 12532:Error when inserting standard part - Modeling: Failed to insert a part into assembly!
Tip 12412:Missing category icons and thumbnails in Inventor Content Center.
Tip 12317:How to publish a custom iPart to CC with Color as one of its parameters?
Tip 10266:How to change the iProperty "Standard" for parts from Content Center?

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