I am trialling Publisher and imported an INV2011 assembly fine. Did some snapshots and then realised I'd let soem screws out of the assembly. I updated the Inventor assembly adding 4 screw from the content center and saved.
Publisher picked up the file had been updated so I ran the update content and it fails with the message.
Failed to load assembly C:\VaultWorkingFolder\Designs\SOLEAL 55 DOOR\Single act double door\single leaf\Single Rebated Door.iam due to the problem with child files.
File C:\VaultWorkingFolder\Content Center Files\en-US\ISO 7050 - C-Z\ISO 7050 - ST 4.2 x 25 - C - Z.ipt not found.
The file in question is located where the error says it doesn't. Confusing me....
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similar issue. using trial of Publisher '12 with Inventor Sim Suite '10.
Several assembly files won't open due to 'can't load file' error on content center files from c drive (i work on network drive, no vault)
Also a file that did open with custom content center fasteners has some of them hidden on publish.
I have some questions:
1. On import, are you setting the Inventor Project file correctly in the import options? We require it to resolve paths.
2. If you do set the project file correctly, does Import work, but Update continue to fail?
I have the same problem. It seems that library files are causing the problem. I even can't insert an assembly.
Is there any one who could fix this problem?
Thanks is advance,
Are you seeing the failure even after setting the Inventor project file (.ipj) location in the Publisher Import Options?
Ok I want to add to this... further tests are needed but I think I found the problem. Publisher assumes the project file defines the CC file locations but if you have the project set to default then this information is not available to Publisher. You therefore have to have this defined in the project file or have a project file you use only with Publisher.
Can anybody confirm? An oversight by Autodesk if the case.....
PS I am still waiting for an invite to the next beta
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