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Family Table Issue

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Family Table Issue

I have a family table that cannot be checked back into Commonspace after
changes are made to it. I have checked out the part and all instances and
tried just modifying a parameter or adding an instance and in each case
will not check in. Of course I get an error message that says to check the
error log which I cannot find. Has anyone had this happen and do you have
a workaround? I am using Intralink 3.3 M021 and WF2 M171.



Troy Kutil
CAD Systems Administrator
Milwaukee Electric Tool
' 262-783-8289 7 262-373-5689

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Re: Family Table Issue

Thank you for everyone's help. The culprit was lack of space in the index
table in Oracle. I increased the size and the problem FT part can be
checked in which leads me to another question. If I purge Intralink
regularly does this operation also clean up indexes in Intralink?

Troy Kutil
CAD Systems Administrator
Milwaukee Electric Tool
' 262-783-8289 7 262-373-5689





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I have a family table that cannot be checked back into Commonspace after
changes are made to it. I have checked out the part and all instances and
tried just modifying a parameter or adding an instance and in each case
will not check in. Of course I get an error message that says to check the
error log which I cannot find. Has anyone had this happen and do you have
a workaround? I am using Intralink 3.3 M021 and WF2 M171.


Troy Kutil
CAD Systems Administrator
Milwaukee Electric Tool
' 262-783-8289 7 262-373-5689



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