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Stop sign in save a copy

MichaelDouglas
7-Bedrock

Stop sign in save a copy

Why do I get stop signs beside some asm when trying to save a copy of an asm? I have a green light at the asm level, no failed features?

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I saw this the other day when I had merge features. I renamed those items also and no issue.

Michael,

see my answer at Save a copy, red circle with x

Martin Hanak


Martin Hanák
vzak
6-Contributor
(To:MichaelDouglas)

Michael

First, you can add column with error details in "Save a Copy" dialogue, to get more info than just Red "X".

In 90% case when you have Red "X" next to component with "Reuse" status this means that this component has feature with external reference created in scope of original assembly. Keeping this component as "reused" (means exact same model) in a new copy of top assembly will make it "sick" - feature with external reference will be unable to properly regenerate in a new copied assembly.

So what Creo does here - it suggests (forces) you to create a new copy of this component, that will differ from the original only in that this feature with external reference will properly regenerate in new copy.

Type in new name - you will see "X" goes away.

Regards

- Vlad

Hello Michael,

did the sugestions from Vlad answer your question or help you figuring out the answer?

If yes, please let us know and mark it as Correct Answer. This will signal to other users that the thread has been answered.

If no, maybe you want to share additional information on the issue with the community.

Thanks,

Gunter

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