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mscacco
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eNotThatKindofClass

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07-08-2004 11:57 AM
Hi all,

I created a drawing in LDT2004 worked on it for a while, saved it and then went to edit it later and get:

Internal Error: !dblayoti.cpp@97: eNotThatKindofClass and then shuts down LDT.

the drawing was created on a computer with LDT2004 (w/SP2) and ADT3.3

I understand the "eNotThatKindofClass" error occurs when trying to open a LDT2004 dwg with a previous version of LDT, but I've never encountered it in this situation.

I tried the following (none of which was successful)

-Recover the dwg
-Insert dwg into new blank drawing (crashed LDT)
-Tried to xref dwg to a new blank drawing - nothing happens
-Open in VoloView Express- tells me its an unrecognized format

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,
Mark
*wfb
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Re: eNotThatKindofClass

07-08-2004 12:05 PM in reply to: mscacco
Use Map and query in your entities in a new empty drawing. wfb "mscacco" wrote in message news:7192622.1089313072117.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... | Hi all, | | I created a drawing in LDT2004 worked on it for a while, saved it and then went to edit it later and get: | | Internal Error: !dblayoti.cpp@97: eNotThatKindofClass and then shuts down LDT. | | the drawing was created on a computer with LDT2004 (w/SP2) and ADT3.3 | | I understand the "eNotThatKindofClass" error occurs when trying to open a LDT2004 dwg with a previous version of LDT, but I've never encountered it in this situation. | | I tried the following (none of which was successful) | | -Recover the dwg | -Insert dwg into new blank drawing (crashed LDT) | -Tried to xref dwg to a new blank drawing - nothing happens | -Open in VoloView Express- tells me its an unrecognized format | | Any help is appreciated. | | Thanks, | Mark
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mscacco
Posts: 139
Registered: ‎11-17-2003
Message 3 of 5 (112 Views)

Re: eNotThatKindofClass

07-08-2004 12:17 PM in reply to: mscacco
thanks for the suggestion, but the drawing crashes when trying to attach it.

BTW, this has happened to 3 different drawing and i've tried to open it on two different computers.
*wfb
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Re: eNotThatKindofClass

07-09-2004 09:54 AM in reply to: mscacco
It has been a while since I did the query bit, but I do not remember attaching anything. "mscacco" wrote in message news:18809742.1089314282662.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... | thanks for the suggestion, but the drawing crashes when trying to attach it. | | BTW, this has happened to 3 different drawing and i've tried to open it on two different computers.
*Scacco Consulting
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Re: eNotThatKindofClass

07-27-2004 10:25 AM in reply to: mscacco
yes, you need to attach a drawing in order to query items. Thanks for the suggestions. -- Mark Scacco Scacco Consulting, Inc. "wfb" wrote in message news:40eecdf6_1@newsprd01... > It has been a while since I did the query bit, but I do not remember > attaching anything. > > > "mscacco" wrote in message > news:18809742.1089314282662.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > | thanks for the suggestion, but the drawing crashes when trying to attach > it. > | > | BTW, this has happened to 3 different drawing and i've tried to open it on > two different computers. > >
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