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*Apuli, Rainer
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BUG: How to bind xrefs containing proxy objects?

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04-26-2000 02:16 AM
I am trying to bind a drawing that contains "proxy objects". Binding seems
to progress as usually, but suddenly after regeneration an *invalid* line
appears and binding is aborted.

How can I bind this drawing that contains "1 proxy object"? Is this "proxy
object" the reason why this *invalid* line appears and how can i get rid of
such objects to be able to xbind?

-Rainer-
*Support], Keith Sibbert [Autodesk
Message 2 of 3 (538 Views)

Re: BUG: How to bind xrefs containing proxy objects?

04-27-2000 08:00 PM in reply to: *Apuli, Rainer
Rainer,

*Invalid* is normally returned if there is some kind of problem with the name
or path. Press the F2 key to open the text window and the complete error
should be displayed.

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Keith Sibbert
PSG Product Support, Americas
WW Support & Services, Autodesk
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Rainer Apuli wrote:

> I am trying to bind a drawing that contains "proxy objects". Binding seems
> to progress as usually, but suddenly after regeneration an *invalid* line
> appears and binding is aborted.
>
> How can I bind this drawing that contains "1 proxy object"? Is this "proxy
> object" the reason why this *invalid* line appears and how can i get rid of
> such objects to be able to xbind?
>
> -Rainer-
*Apuli, Rainer
Message 3 of 3 (538 Views)

Re:

04-28-2000 04:19 AM in reply to: *Apuli, Rainer
Nop! Only *invalid* there. Name and path are ok. Dialog box "Proxy
information" opens after *invalid* and xbind is interrupted.

-Rainer-
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