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timmy.stalnacke
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Registered: ‎06-04-2012
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Publisher Vault Check in Problem

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11-08-2013 06:17 AM

Hi!

When I open a Publisher file from Vault I always get a question if I want to check out the file.
And when I want to edit the publisher file I check it out of course.

But when I finish with editing the file and about to save and close Publisher. I get the question if I want to check in the file in Vault again, which I do, but then I get a message that its all ready a file in Vault with that name...
Yes of course it is the file I'm just about to check in?
How do I work around this problem?

 

See attach file.

 

BR Timmy

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bowen192
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Registered: ‎03-02-2011
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Re: Publisher Vault Check in Problem

11-14-2013 01:08 AM in reply to: timmy.stalnacke

I find Vault frustrating to use.

 

I had your problem amongst others and I haven't solved it, but I do have a sort of workaround.

 

Basically I never do any Vault work in Publisher. Check-out from Vault and Check-in in Vault. I only ever save the file in Publisher. I've not had any problems since adopting this approach.

 

Also, make sure you save your files on your C: drive in the same place that you have the folder set-up in Vault, if that makes sense.

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