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borre.hartviksen
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a problem occured while attempting to add 'DIN 931 - 1 M12 x 95ip.t' to .....

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02-12-2013 02:37 AM

A problem occured while attempting to add 'DIN 931 - 1 M12 x 95ip.t' to... Does anyone know what this message means ?

 

Vault Collaboration 2013.

 

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olearya
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Re: a problem occured while attempting to add 'DIN 931 - 1 M12 x 95ip.t' to ....

02-12-2013 04:30 PM in reply to: borre.hartviksen

Hi there,

 

I am assuming you are in a multi-site environment here and the error is indicating another site or "workgroup" currently has ownership of that folder meaning users at your site cannot presently add files to that folder.

 

The concept of ownership is designed to ensure Vault users cannot overwrite each others work while the SQL servers are waiting to synchronize.  Ownership transfer should be transferred to you as required, so if this continues you may need to check that communication between sites is OK and that someone has not placed a reservation on that folder at another site.

 

Hope this helps,



Allan
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Autodesk, Inc.
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borre.hartviksen
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Re: a problem occured while attempting to add 'DIN 931 - 1 M12 x 95ip.t' to ....

02-21-2013 05:10 AM in reply to: olearya

I don't think the ownership part of the error message is the real problem. This is a new file that don't exists in the vault, the dwf in question do not exist in the vault from before, and if I just select OK  the ipt check's in and all is well.

 

I have the same problem with normal parts too. It seems that the client can't handle bot check in of large data of new files not in vault, and also create visualisation files. We do not have a jobserver to create visualisation files. (dwf)

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Re: a problem occurred while attempting to add 'DIN 931 - 1 M12 x 95ip.t' to

02-21-2013 01:15 PM in reply to: borre.hartviksen

Hi,

 

The ownership issue I am thinking of relates to folder not files, so it would affect the add file operation, for normal files as well as content center.

 

Can I ask you to have a look in or supply the log file information corresponding with these errors?  THis may shed a little more light on what is going wrong.



Allan
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Re: a problem occurred while attempting to add 'DIN 931 - 1 M12 x 95ip.t' to

02-28-2013 12:56 PM in reply to: olearya

You are ofc absolutely right. Its a folder ownership issue. The vault system don't handle the automatic ownership. Sometimes we can wait, and sometimes we are able to transfer ownership manually. But after the lease time is expired it don't give the ownership to the next user. I will try to check the logs. Any suggestions are appreciated..:smileyhappy:

 

Apart from that problem the vault runs quite smooth.

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Re: a problem occurred while attempting to add 'DIN 931 - 1 M12 x 95ip.t' to

02-28-2013 04:41 PM in reply to: borre.hartviksen

Hi again, 

 

The process of ownership transfer in 2013 should be automated but of course depending on system performance there can be delays or issues with the transfer.  It may take a little effort to tweak the system from here to resolve the issue but starting by looking for errors in the Vault logs that coincide with when you are seeing the issue is the place to start.



Allan
Product Manager
Autodesk, Inc.

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