I can only think that there is something wrong in the publish method. I have published around 80 families to the CC for Structural and all work fine. But I have found that doing it with the iPart/table method (which is a bit more work) has more success than the easier, more straightforward method of creating the parameters, selecting the keys and then using the Structural Shape authoring method.
I'd just try it again. It will eventually work!
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Thanks for that Brendan.... I have some "real" work to go on with for now so I will have to come back to it later... it is probably something I missed in the process. It will be sorted out in time...
i have this same error, but im using a part from teh db and not one ive created myself.
the error is:
[WARNING] Frame Generator: Errors occurred during inserting Frame Member(s)
[WARNING] Insertion of frame member(s) failed
[ERROR] A frame member could not be created. The template file for ISO ISO 657/11-1980(E) - Hot rolled steel sloping flange channel sections could not be located in the Content Center library.
as you can see it is a standard iso part.
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