Occasionally when I use multi-level terminals I get an error if something is wrong with the level associations for one of the blocks. When I try to go to edit the terminal strip the error occurs and I get an error message. The message creates a log file - TSE_Error for the error. Can anyone tell me how to read the information in the log file to find the bad terminal blocks rather than have to delete them all on a drawing and reinsert them? The log file tell me the record, field (07. Terminal Level Identifier), Strip Tag, Location, Symbol Handle and Drawing Name, but it only get me to the drawing and which strip it is on.
Thanks for any help!
just wondering if someone could comment on this thread. I´m experiencing the same beahavior.
I´m working on ACADE2013 64 bit machine windows 7 professional.
This happened just after inserting a four conductor double deck terminal strip (Wago 2002-2951).
Attachced is the terminalblock I´m using...maybe some attributes are missing I´m not sure.
Does the Terminal Symbol Handle refer to the block symbol name? If not that may be the key to the issue. There are reports for terminals and wire to from lists that may allow you to see this handle in the list. That may help pinpoint the issue. In my experience, however, It seems that when things like this happen there is no good way to identify the specific element causeing the issue. I wish Adesk would do better with thier fault and error reporting. Can you post the drawing file so I can download it and check it out?
Hi there and thank´s for taking interest in this issue.
I managed to pinpoint which terminal was causing the issue by exporting terminals to spreadsheet and thereby being able to identify which terminal was causing this issue from the handle code. I then just deleted that terminal and reinserted it again whereby all went to normal behaviour again.
I agree with you that Autodesk should improve the fault/error reporting facility...that could save some time a lot of users.
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