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Moving workspaces

unknown1
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Moving workspaces

I moved a workspaace and changed the PDM_LDB_PATH to the new location and
I can now see all of my old workspaces on the new computer. However, none
of them will come up in Pro/E. I can see them when I got to the "open"
command in pro, but when I click "OK", it tells me "XXXXX can not be
retrieved" What went wrong????
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I believe the full path to the Pro/E file is stored in the object
metadata. So, if you change the location of the .proi folder, even though
you have changed the PDM_LDB_PATH variable, those paths to the Pro/E files
aren't valid. I haven't verified that is the problem, though.

Eric Hill
Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates, Inc.
Tel (978)282-2919
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I moved a workspaace and changed the PDM_LDB_PATH to the new location and
I can now see all of my old workspaces on the new computer. However, none
of them will come up in Pro/E. I can see them when I got to the "open"
command in pro, but when I click "OK", it tells me "XXXXX can not be
retrieved" What went wrong????

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