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Hello All

  1. Can i install Open PLM in windows OS? without virtual box?
  1. If i want to use another BoM Solution with OpenPLM, is this possible?
  1. does OpenPLM support OSLC ?

Regards, Gla

  • Message #213

    Hello,

    1. Can i install Open PLM in windows OS? without virtual box?

    OpenPLM is based on Python/Django and several other libraries. They are listed there : Credits

    Theoreticaly it should be possible to install it in Windows or, if not, to bypass them. But this road could be long and I think you'll need to spend several hours to compile everything, solve bugs or find some workarounds. Such an experience would be helpfull for the community.

    1. If i want to use another BoM Solution with OpenPLM, is this possible?

    For me BoM means Bill Of Materials. Am I correct ?

    1. does OpenPLM support OSLC ?

    Never heard about this before. I had a look at it, may be OpenPLM is fully or partialy compatible with these specifications. Such an analysis would be helpfull for the community.

    Regards,

    Philippe

    • Message #214
      1. ok. can i install openplm on VM-ware virtualbox in windows and speak to it via http? e.g accessing few information from DB or from datamodel?
      1. Yes, its bill of material. i have my own BoM for e.g.. can i connect this to openPLM change management system using http?
      1. OSLC *Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration* is to define a set of specifications that enable integration of software development and more broadly Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Product lifecycle Management (PLM) products and services.

      If for e.g. openplm support OSLC, we can use any IssueManagement? tool and integrate to BoM of open PLM

      Thanks and Regards, gla

      • Message #215

        1. ok. can i install openplm on VM-ware virtualbox in windows and speak to it via http? e.g accessing few information from DB or from datamodel?

        Yes, you can.

        1. You can use your web browser on Windows and exchange with OpenPLM server. This is normal way.
        2. You can use any tool who manage http exchange on Windows and exchange with OpenPLM API. For more information, see documentation :  http://wiki.openplm.org/docs/2.0/en/devel/http-api.html?highlight=api#http_api
        3. Using some Windows tools, you can access to OpenPLM server via ssh (Hum ! I know, I updated my servers ...) and then access to Postgresql database or use the python shell (python manage.py shell)

        1. Yes, its bill of material. i have my own BoM for e.g.. can i connect this to openPLM change management system using http?

        May be. Moreover, you can import your BOMs using a csv file import.

        I'd like to say that the OpenPLM development team focus on BOM management. I may say it's one of our strong point. OpenPLM change management (and I mean Engineering Change Request and Engineering Change Order) exists but may need further developments.


        1. OSLC *Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration* is to define a set of specifications that enable integration of software development and more broadly Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Product lifecycle Management (PLM) products and services.

        If for e.g. openplm support OSLC, we can use any IssueManagement? tool and integrate to BoM of open PLM

        I don't know.

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