I have several projects that have gotten 'corrupted' in the past two days and I have not been able to determine the issue. Each of them displays the error in the subject line... here is a picture..
the project.xml file does exist and I have looked at in in ACAD to verify that the core links to the related xml files are there. I have looked at the other XML files and they are also fine to open in notepad, however they contain many many more XML items to verify and on a cursory examination, most paths etc seem to be fine. I have also opened the ProcessPower.dcf database in a standalone SQLite mangement tool and the database is valid and seems intact.
Is there anyway that I can get a better determination of what the problem is out of AutoCAD... is there some sort of log anywhere that has more verbose information?
I have restored the entire project database from prior to the issue and I still am unable to open it.
If anyone has any other suggestions, Im open to hearing them too!!!
Have you tried running the LocalDataCachePurger it fixed the problem for us. Seems to be a mismatch of data particularly after migrating/upgrading a project.
"C:\Program Files\Autodesk\AutoCAD 2014\PLNT3D\PnPLocalDataCachePurger.exe"
thanks for the tip.. unfortunately, my LocalDataCache was already at 0bytes so that didn't seem to do anything.
Anyone else... please? There has to be a way to view the project.xml load log right?
Shot in the dark here, but if your SQL database is on a separate server, have you verified that you have the correct Windows credentials to access it? Has your IT group made any recent changes?
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