I am getting the following error:
I am looking for a way to diagnose this reference and fix it.
The warning comes up for several instances within this family (1095_7000) of parts.
Did you go through some process of renaming a generic from 1095_9000 to something else?
I've had tis happened where it gets references stuck from time to time.
I think the fix is deleting the familty table index files from your working folder.
Is that the .tst file?
There is an article on web (CS35910), I think this may give you some information.
Yes, the .tst are familty table indexes. The CS article does explain better why this happens. Kinda scary.
Where is that I number pointing? I type it into the search bar both here and on PTC.com and the search comes up with nothing.
Thanks - Antonius. That link helped.
Sorry, missed to add link. Thanks Antonius for adding the link.
Here is part of the procedure when following the Mahesh Sharma posted and --- linked to. When following step #2, there is no references found in the part generic (APRT_GEN) to add to the family table. Any other thoughts on this?
Retrieve ASM_GEN, ASM_INST1, PART_GEN and PART_INST1 models in to session
Can you give any sample file or stripped version of your data?
I've ignored this for awhile, but had some time to dig into this. When looking at the reference viewer for a part, this is what I see. Can someone help me understand the information that I am being given:
It looks like I am getting some sort of circular reference in that the "Full Path: Component id 14 (1095_7002.prt) -> 1095_9002.asm -> 1095_7002.prt
This come from double clicking on 1095_7002.prt on the left:
Trying again to investigate this:
When trying step #3 (used to be #2), when I look at both the part and the assembly generics, when I click on reference model, I get :
that there are no reference assemblies/models found.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.