I recently checked a couple small assemblies into Vault from Inventor 2013 from one computer then came to mine and checked it out to do my thing. I then created a drawing and checked both back into Vault. Everything seemed to be working fine until I tried to Assign Item to the assembly in Vault. I get Error 1455 which reads: The file was added in a way that did not include the correct item data.
What did I do wrong?
What can I do to fix this issue?
We just started to see this last week as well. We have two instances, one with an Inventor assembly and a second when attempting to assign items to an AutoCAD Electrical project. I'm not sure what to do to resolve this
We did use Inventor 2012 with Vault 2013 for a short period (around 1-month) and these files may have been originally checked in with Inventor 2012 but have subsequently been checked-out and back in with Inventor 2013
One of the errors... Error 1455 "Operation failed: System Error. Please contact your system administrator"
ADMS log files shows... "Exception(Inner): ITEM_INVALID_PROVISIONAL_DATA: current link is not provisional Stacktrace(Inner): at Connectivity.Product.Services.ItemService.ProcessB
We also see... Error 1455 "the file was added in a way that did not include the correct item data". The ADMS log shows the same as the above message
I am using Inventor 2013 and Vault Professional 2013. I am getting the Error 1455 "the file
was added in a way that did not include the correct item data". It does not seem to be a consistent error either. I thought it may have been due to an incorrect check-in but I have done many more the same way and they work fine.
Where do I find the ADMS log?
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