I have started tinkering with the new version of MicroStation and noticed that the way we are currently loading our workspace is no longer supported. So my question is really simple.
If you were using the following command line switch on a icon, "-ws_USTN_SITE=\\server\Workspace\Standards\", how would you redirect the workspace in Connect?
I believe what you would first need to consider are the differences with MicroStation CONNECT Edition workspace structure and how your current workspace would work within this. There are a number of Wiki articles that may assist with what you would need to consider with the change-over to the CONNECT version. communities.bentley.com/.../considering-migrating-to-microstation-connect-edition
https://communities.bentley.com/products/microstation/w/microstation__wiki/24186.what-the-configuration-is-in-connect-edition communities.bentley.com/.../some-changes-to-microstation-and-it-39-s-configurations communities.bentley.com/.../23984.setting-up-the-microstation-connect-workspace-on-a-network communities.bentley.com/.../23674.microstation-connect-edition-frequently-asked-questions
RegardsAndrew BellTechnical SupportBentley Systems
I believe what you are looking for is located in the delivered help of the installation. Check the following:
Could you further explain
Gerald Piotrowski said:what command line switch should you use to start Connect if you were using "_USTN_SITE" to start MicroStation V8i?
Are you trying to load different resources through this method. With the expanded level structure in the Connect Edition you have the ability to pick a specific WorkSpace from the Work Page.
In addition to Geralds question: I've build a configuration with three workspaces, each for a different client. Each client has his own projects, so I populated each workspace with appropriate worksets for client's projects. Organization level stores my company overall settings and libraries. Now I like to start MicroStation in one specific workspace so my user directly can select a project to work with. The command line argument -wk would do the job, except that It MUST be used in combination wit the -ww argument.
Is there another way to start MicroStation forced to land in a specific workspace without having to specify a workset?