Well, that didn’t work out very well. A couple of weeks ago I asked for people to submit useful Vault links. I got a total of two responses. As promised, I will be highlighting each of these links. I’ll also add some links of my own to round out the article.
As the name implies, this German blog focuses mainly Inventor. However, there is a very good Vault section with some original content. For example, using Vault with Dropbox and instructions on using a script to show who is currently logged into Vault. There is also a good set of articles on Productstream Professional.
A good blog that covers many Autodesk products including Vault and PLM 360. Most posts are quick tips, but there are also some good article-length postings. For example, using Vault and iLogic to override mass properties in iParts and using multiple Inventor libraries.
I feature these guys a lot, and for good reason. Their blog has some excellent articles on Vault programming. Each one is filled with technial information and a generous helping of source code. I'm not going to highlight any individual articles because I literally can't decide wich ones to choose. All the articles are worth checking out.
This site has the best Vault form that I have come across outside of Autodesk. I even post there from time to time. My only wish is that Google was better with German to English translations. They also have a very good Productstream Professional forum.
I’m pretty sure this is the best Vault blog in Russian. There you will find interesting articles such as using Vault and Revit Server and a history of Vault. Although the main focus is Vault, there are a lot of PLM related articles popping up.