What I meant was, .dwg cna be created in two ways, directly from the model and from .idw. How did you make this one? generally .dwg created from .idw can be easily checked-in.
Our default drawing file type is dwg. When we create a drawing, as if we were going to create an idw, it creates it as a dwg. So I guess my answer would be from an idw file. Or as though I was making an idw.
You might want to install the latest update of Inventor. What Microsoft.Net Framework are your systems using? Vault does not play well with Microsoft.Net Framework 4.5.
I hope this helps because I'm running out of Ideas...
We do the same, save them as dwg's and don't have a problem, but am using 2011. If its not any library files as seems to be the case, it may be a vault setting.
Will it allow you to check in the assemblies?
Or is this only for drawings?
Will it let you check in a blank dwg?
As I said, I've had this happen, but when it did it was because of either a library file did not update to the new version properly, or there was a derived part created in the assembly as a LoD and the assembly needs to be set to that LoD to allow it to check in, but don't know if that's just a 2011 issue.
Could well be, as even 2011 will not let me check in autocad drawings without vault for it, but its strange as we save all our drawings as dwg's and they check in fine. So it is probably a vault setting. We save ours as inventor drawing files (*.dwg) which should be what you are doing so I expect it is a vault setting as you believe. What that setting may be, good luck , but that's the IT's department here
Thanks. I wish I didn't also belong to the "IT" department. It would make this somewhat less stressful.
I made a few calls and was told that Vault 14 should work fine with Microsoft.Net Framework 4.5.
It was Vault 13 that would not work with Microsoft.Net Framework 4.5. So you don’t have to delete it. Sorry for the bad information.
Thanks. I've already uninstalled it. No worries. If it works now with .NET 4.0 installed, maybe I will have you to thank for it.
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