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Starting Wildfire 2.0 from Intralink very slow

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Starting Wildfire 2.0 from Intralink very slow

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I recently downloaded the latest build of Wildfire 2.0 Build m070. I went
to this build because m070 is suppose to fix the license borrowing issue.
This issue was that you could not borrow a license unless it had a
floating module and a floating extension attached to your license. M070
seems to have fixed that. I am now experiencing a new problem. When I
start WF 2.0 using the desktop icon outside Intralink it starts fine with
no problem. When I launch WF 2.0 from within Intralink using the launch
commands WF 2.0 takes an extra long time to load and sometimes I get the
error that ProE is not responding. We are running Intralink 3.3 build
m021. Could there be a compatibiity problem between Intralink 3.3 m021 and
WF 2.0 m070? Or maybe I'm missing something. Is anyone else experiencing
this problem? Thanks

Don Heihn
Senior Designer
Southwest Research Institute
6220 Culebra Road
San Antonio, Texas 78238
210-522-2894
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RE: Starting Wildfire 2.0 from Intralink very slow

I just downloaded M70 this morning and had the exact same problem. I am
on Intralink M22. I have tried M60 and M50 and never had a problem.

Damon Brown
Senior Design Engineer
CIVCO Medical Instruments

Re: Starting Wildfire 2.0 from Intralink very slow

I can't start M070 from my workspace (M022), and if I define in Pro/E
start command on my desktop Start in = My working directory, I can't
start Pro/E without intralink.
Here is text from std.out :
"type ABS; type ABS; type ABS; type ABS; XAR_COUNT: invalid array
Serious internal error; cannot continue."



Leonid Gurevich
Mold Designer & Pro-E Administrator
PLASSON

Re: Starting Wildfire 2.0 from Intralink very slow

We had the same problem and I called PTC and was told that SPR 1110527
has been filed against this issue. Awaiting software resolution.





Peter McKinney

Application Engineer

Steelcase, Inc.

616 554-2483

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