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blackeagle1245
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invalid enum map string:Aerator

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07-27-2011 01:32 AM

I get this error message while tring to add mvpart. After clicking ok six times I can add mvparts. How can I get rid of this error message?

 

Thx in advance

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Re: invalid enum map string:Aerator

07-29-2011 07:47 AM in reply to: blackeagle1245

This error happens when the part has too many or two few connectors.  Each part has a certain number of connectors assigned and if the part does not match it gives the error.  Elbow has 2 a cap has 1 etc.  An Aerator probably has one connector so if you check the part in catalog editor it should be possible to see how many connectors it has.

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Re: invalid enum map string:Aerator

07-29-2011 10:51 AM in reply to: mlmoore

I don't think so. An Enum is a list of strings, each with an integer key. Each part type is hard coded into AMEP. In this case, the 2012 API shows "Aerator" to be 1076.

 

Are you using a newer part with an older version of AMEP? That is one possible cause for this error . The "Aerator" might not exist in that version of AMEP.

 

 

Steven Micaletti

Virtual Mechanical

Software & Content For AMEP

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Re: invalid enum map string:Aerator

08-06-2011 03:08 AM in reply to: Micaletti

Still I couldnt find any answer what should I do? Should I delete aerator?

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