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Melcsa
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Drawing list Report error

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01-31-2013 02:16 PM

Hello, I have a problem Autocad Electrical 2011, when I insert Drawing List Report load the list of other previous projects

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metal_pro2
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Re: Drawing list Report error

02-01-2013 09:56 AM in reply to: Melcsa

Do you do a full Project Database Rebuild before you Run the report?

When ever I find that reports are acting up like your problem I will delete the project database file ".mdb" and rebuild the project database. I find this solves most of the problems with Drawing lists , BOM, x-ref, etc.

 

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Melcsa
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Re: Drawing list Report error

02-01-2013 01:17 PM in reply to: metal_pro2

Hello,

 

The bug is on all projects, including the default instance of Autocad; like WDEMO and EXTRA LIBRARY DEMO.

 

I´ve uninstalled and installed the software and the error continues.

 

In fact,  the list adds more projects, because all that are were preloaded previously

 

I already clear *. MBD and it doesn´t work;  I think the error is some variable in the software of Autocad.

 

thanks

 

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metal_pro2
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Re: Drawing list Report error

02-07-2013 07:32 AM in reply to: Melcsa

I had a Drawing list Report problem a few years ago and it ended up I had to delete the dwglst.set files and create new ones from scratch to get things to work.

 

Pat Murnen helped me out and I got it working

here is the link to the post

 

http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/AutoCAD-Electrical/Drawing-List-Report-messed-up/m-p/2048615/highlight...

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