Transfer Parts between Collaborative Spaces 3DExperience
Here is another ENOVIA Video that shows you how to transfer a parts between different collaborative spaces in the 3DExperience Platform.
You will see how we can use the feature transfer ownership in ENOVIA Collaborative Lifecycle Management application.
And you will also see how to create and add a standard component to an existing assembly.
We will end the video by explaining what is a standard component and how can you differentiate it compare to a simple engineering parts, using the Business Intelligence Essential tool.
Step 1: Video
Step 2: Assembly preparation
* Better to watch the video linked *
Create a Physical Product and rename it.
Insert a Part 
Click on properties and check that this part is in the current collaborative space [A]
Insert another Part  and check properties
Fixed the Part 
Connect the Part  to the Part  with a Rigid connection
Save the assembly
Step 3: Collaborative Lifecycle
Switch to the Collaborative Lifecycle application on the North quadrant of the compass.
Click on Transfer Ownership
Select the Part 
* a small panel appears *
Click on the rubber, then on the magnifying glass
Search your name or identifier (try "c0" or "*")
* all the different collaborative spaces appears with different users as well *
Select another Collaborative Space [B]
Click on OK
* the Part  has been moved to Collaborative Space [B] *
Check that in properties / collaborative space
Step 4: Create a part in a Standard Collaborative Space
Click under your name (on top right corner of the screen) and switch to a standard collaborative space [C]
Switch back to Part Design
Create a Part 
* that case it was a rivet *
Insert the Part  in the assembly
Connect the Part  with Part 
* in that case it was a rigid connection followed by a pattern *
Save and close the assembly and other tab
Step 5: Business Intelligence Essential
Click under your name and switch back to Collaborative Space [A]
Search and open the Assembly
Go to Tools tab in the action pad
Click on B.I Essentials button
* a panel should appears on top *
Select Collaborative Space Allocation
* The assembly is now colored in 3 different colors *
Part  is green, located in the current collaborative space [A]
Part  is dark blue, located in the other collaborative space [B]
Part  is light blue, located in the standard collaborative space [C]
- End of tutorial