> Hello, > I have a small assembly, with 10 components. > I create an assembly drawing and put a BOM table in the corner. All the > components are listed, 1-10. > I create BOM Balloons and press 'Show All' and all the items get balloons, > with the exception of item 2, which is called something_or_other_1,prt. > > Now comes the interesting bit: > If I change the name of item 2 to something_or_other_if,prt and re-create > the table and balloons, they all show up. > Change the name back and the balloon goes again. > > Not a big issue, I can work around it, but, if there were 150 parts in my > assembly, I may well have failed to spot the missing one. > > Have you come across this behaviour before? > If so, do you have a solution? > > Curious, isn't it? > > Thanks, > > > John Wayman > Mechanical Designer > > Tel: 01963 372143 > > This email, including any attachment, is a confidential communication intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom it is addressed. It contains information which is private and may be proprietary or covered by legal professional privilege. If you have received this email in error, please notify the sender upon receipt, and immediately delete it from your system.
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I have a user that accidentally checked a file in at revision F but it was supposed to be revision C. I am trying to get the files back into revision sequence. I tried checking out the file (Revision F) to a workspace and deleting the version F from commonspace but it still won't let me check in the file in my workspace (old revision F) at revision C. Has anyone run into this before or found a solution to do what I am trying to do.
TIA, -Keith Siddall
Keith Siddall Advanced Design Engineer ROTARY LIFT 2700 Lanier Drive Madison, IN 47250 P: 812-265-9422 F: 812-265-9437
AH yes...the old backup trick. I forgot about that. I have done it before but forgot. It is Friday after all. 🙂
Backup the file (rev F) to disk then delete it (Rev F) from your workspace (and commonspace). This breaks Intralink's memory hold on the file. Open the file from disk and save to workspace. You can then change revision to correct one (Rev C). Check back in.
did you retrieve the F version into session, check out the as stored version b, save the in session version.
You might have to take this a step further,
Retrieve the F version into proe, backup that version to the local disk, erase that version from session, delete that version from both the workspace and commonspace, Check out the B version, retrieve the local disk version, save it to the workspace.
On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 6:57 AM, Siddall, Keith <->