Are there any cmdlets that work with the Local Document Organizer feature of PW CONNECT?
it what way? There are some cmdlets thad duplicate the functionality of the LDO. You can check in documents for example. I don't see a way to purge local copies like you can in LDO. I also don't see a way to get the copied out files (both of these would be nice).
Checked out files you can get by creating a saved search then loading that saved search. A bit cumbersome.
Basically purge local copies while leaving the checked out files. Some users are having HD space issues and a routine to clear the LDO would be helpful. If the file is over 30 days old for example, remove it.
Kevin makes a good point, "in what way?"
If you are looking for a way to clean up the "chkl" table, take a look at the chklcleanup.exe tool discussed here: https://communities.bentley.com/other/old_site_member_blogs/bentley_employees/b/jo_wests_blog/posts/chklcleanup-utility
Dan WilliamsSolution ConsultantBentley Systems, IncorporatedPortland, OR, USA (Pacific Time UTC-08:00)
Ah, a few "schools of though" on this. 1) Train your users to clean up after themselves and set the user setting "Show Local Document Organizer on Log out" to "Show always". 2) It would be "nice" if copied out files would clean themselves up (purge) after a preset period of time. 3) Have a tool to clean up copied out files that can be configured.
Just deleting the files from the working directory will leave the information in the location table that the document organizer uses and eventually will become a performance "issue" (this is probably why the chklcleanup tool was created).
I don't know of any PW Cmdlets that will deal with what you are asking about, but there are functions in the PW SDK API that deal with the "locations" table, but as the documentation states, there are no functions for creating, modifying or deleting location records...
But there are functions to purge, check in or other wise deal with files that the user has placed on their machine with the exception of un-managed exported files ("Send to Folder"), and if you use those functions, then the location table is updated.