Start Search – Goneski

December 22nd, 2009


‘Twas the night after my EPDM 2010 upgrade and all through my house
not a peripheral was stirring not even my Logitech High Performance Laser mouse.

When I clicked upon my start menu what didn’t appear?
‘Twasn’t my EPDM Search button oh how the end seemed near!
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I picked up the phone, so lively and quick
technical support I called -the loss of this function made me sick.

I banged my head and was making a frown
when the sad new that it was permanently gone came down.

When what to my wondering eyes should appear
but Engineering Data Specialist Man and eight tiny reindeer!

A bundle of batch files he had flung on his back
He looked like a genius opening his pack.

He spoke not a word and went straight to his work
and created this batch file and put it in the Taskbar with a jerk.

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He sprang to his ’98 Escort reminding his team to not be late
and I heard his curse softly as his keys fell into the sewer grate.

But I heard him exclaim as he walked down the culdesac
“Turn in an enhancement request, maybe they will bring it back!”

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Jeff Sweeney

CSWE Engineering Data Specialist 3DVision Technologies

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2 Responses to “Start Search – Goneski”

  1. Jeff Sweeney says:

    If you have more than one vault, you’ll want to use the /V switch so it will go directly to the proper vault.

  2. Jeff Sweeney says:

    If the search form name has a space in it enclose the entire switch inside of the quotes. As an example:
    “C:\Program Files\SolidWorks Enterprise PDM\Search.exe” “/S:Quick Search”

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