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    can I Kick off UBE locally when APPL call the UBE?

    Hi List
    Is that possible when APPL call the UBE, let processing option of APPL or user Determine where the UBE be launched ,which means it can be submitted into server or run it locally,
    the issue now I have is every time it run in Enterprise server, and I do like that, especially while the project is in testing phase.

    Thanks in advance


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    Re: can I Kick off UBE locally when APPL call the UBE?

    Hi Ricky,
    What it seems you need is the Default UBE OCM entry for Dev environment to be created & activated for your profile.
    - Type OCM in Fast Path
    - Select the System row
    - Fill-in QBE with:
    a) DVxxx - I missed your release (but you may add it in your signature so that everybody can see it when you enter a post)
    b) DEFAULT for Object Name, and with
    c) UBE for Object Type
    d) LOCAL in the Primary Data Source
    - Do a Find,
    - Copy an existing record and change the System Role to your User ID.
    - Activate your entry, and
    - Don't forget to log-off / and back-in
    - Run your UBE any way you want, it'll default to your local wkstn
    Warm regards,
    Adrian,
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    Re: can I Kick off UBE locally when APPL call the UBE?

    thank you very much for your reply, seems I have to ask our CNC resource to make that change for me, as I have no authority to even run the OCM ...
    thanks again.

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