I will be working with several different clients. I have everything saved to a networked configuration using the ConfigurationSetup.cfg:
# If your organization has its own Configuration directory, you can define# _USTN_CUSTOM_CONFIGURATION to that directory path and use it as follows._USTN_CUSTOM_CONFIGURATION = M:/Bentley/ORD/Configuration/
While this does point to the various clients workspaces just fine, I was wondering if I could create custom shortcuts to start ORD pointing to a specific workspace. As in, if you want to work on a Kentucky project, click the red icon, and if you want to work on a Tennessee project, click the green one.
The -ws command line switch is used to define a configuration variable. What variable would I use to define my target workspace?
The -wk command line switch looks as if that would give me more what I am looking for, but that requires the use of the -ww switch to preset a workset. I don't want to preset a workset, just the workspace. The user can choose the proper workset once ORD opens to that point.
Should I just be happy that I have my workspaces available? Am I trying too hard?Thank you.