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How to Create Your Own Custom Queries with PTC Integrity

Published by SPK Blog Post
on August 18, 2014
Often times when I am using PTC Integrity (now PTC Windchill RV&S), I am performing the same or similar tasks over and over again. By default, PTC Integrity offers you something called your Quick Query where you can save a query and run it over and over again. But what if one query you can save, just isn’t enough? What if I need to keep track of the results of several different queries at the same time and there isn’t a convenient Administrator provided query that will do the job on your PTC Integrity Server?

This is where custom queries come in. Please download my FREE PDF tutorial for step-by-step instructions on how to create your own custom queries with PTC Integrity.

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