AutoCAD Plant 3D General DIscussion

AutoCAD Plant 3D General DIscussion

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matthijs
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Message 11 of 19 (3,656 Views)

Re: Error "INTERNAL ERROR: !dbobji.cpp@7319 eNot Open For Write"

02-24-2012 12:40 AM in reply to: PeterQuinn

Hi,

 

I've instructed our AutoCad Mechanical 2012 users to send all Error Reports to AutoDesk.

For now nobody has a solution yet?

 

 

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matthijs
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Re: Error "INTERNAL ERROR: !dbobji.cpp@7319 eNot Open For Write"

02-24-2012 04:48 AM in reply to: PeterQuinn

If AutoCad does not ask to send an Error Report, is there still a dumpdata.zip file created?

and if so, where can I send them manually?

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AZelaya
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Message 13 of 19 (3,631 Views)

Re: Error "INTERNAL ERROR: !dbobji.cpp@7319 eNot Open For Write"

03-05-2012 07:52 AM in reply to: DuncanBrannan82

try deleting a third party Object enabler (autoplant) the you may have installed then try repair Plant 3D 2012 (in other cases you may need to re-install) it should work properly after that.

Atilio Zelaya

Total Cad Systems Inc

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DuncanBrannan82
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Message 14 of 19 (3,597 Views)

Re: Error "INTERNAL ERROR: !dbobji.cpp@7319 eNot Open For Write"

03-09-2012 08:46 AM in reply to: matthijs

This problem is back! Can anyone please advise what this could be related to? It is killing Plant 3D 2012.

 

Basically our users can log on once and it works fine, they log off and back on and then it wont work and the error pops up???


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Duncan

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Message 15 of 19 (3,575 Views)

Re: Error "INTERNAL ERROR: !dbobji.cpp@7319 eNot Open For Write"

03-14-2012 04:27 PM in reply to: matthijs

To all who are interested in this...

 

We seem to have identified a workaround for this which is to run the software as the Win 7 'Run As Administrator'. How we got to this was quite a challenege but here goes.

 

When a user logged on to a machine, under their non admin they got the error in the subject. However, if i logged on to the machine in my non admin profile or admin i could open Plant 3D fine so that made us think permissions.

 

We gave the user the exact same permissions as my profile but the error wouldnt go away for them... If we then logged on as the user and ran the shortcut as 'Run As Administrator' it worked, however this was using my admin login. We then logged on as admin profile and ran the software as 'Run As Administrator' to test.

 

Then we took the settings off the users non admin profile and Plant seems to open ok for them but whats changed? Was a permission wrongly set in one of the install folders or the registry that was recified when we logged on as admin and ran as admin. My feeling is that this error is related to the permissions on the registry keys in Plant 3D and sql.

 

Could we be on to something?

 

For those that are using Mechnaical, does this use SQL?

 

Regards,

 

Duncan

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Re: Error "INTERNAL ERROR: !dbobji.cpp@7319 eNot Open For Write"

03-16-2012 02:09 AM in reply to: DuncanBrannan82

More information for you all...

 

Our IT department had a real good go at this and provided me with the following regarding this issue which you might want to try for yourselves?

 

However, they did say that they tired so many things it is hard to say what really fixed it in the end.

 

Grant User PC Admin Rights

  • ·         In Registry delete HKCU\Software\AutoDesk\AutoCAD (If multiple versions may just delete the specific 18.2 etc)
  • ·         Under users profile delete AutoCAD Plant 3d folder from AppData\Local\Autodesk and AppData\Roaming\Autodesk
  • ·         Run AutoCAD 2012, should go through final stages of setup again
  • ·         Run AutoCAD Plant as admin

If these alone don’t work you could try the below also and repeat steps above;

  • ·         In Registry delete HKLM\Software\AutoDesk\AutoCAD Plant
  • ·         Run a reinstall of AutoCAD Plant

Good luck, i hope this helps others who are having this issue.

 

Regards,


Duncan

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alexanderjsol
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Message 17 of 19 (3,425 Views)

Re: Error "INTERNAL ERROR: !dbobji.cpp@7319 eNot Open For Write"

05-01-2012 10:53 AM in reply to: DuncanBrannan82

In my case, the error happened in AutoCAD MEP 2012 trying to modify the elevation of an MV Part. What exactly does that **.exe do?

 

Thanks,

 

Alex 

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syed.dzulkarnain
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Message 18 of 19 (2,661 Views)

Re: Error "INTERNAL ERROR: !dbobji.cpp@7319 eNot Open For Write"

11-25-2012 07:53 PM in reply to: DuncanBrannan82

is this the solution?

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WWFreeman
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Message 19 of 19 (2,255 Views)

Re: Error "INTERNAL ERROR: !dbobji.cpp@7319 eNot Open For Write"

03-07-2013 11:38 AM in reply to: DuncanBrannan82

I saw this error first as I was copying objects.

 

I had one DWG (call it DWG1) from which I was reading all elements and putting them in another DWG (call it DWG2).

 

I forgot to use .Clone() on objects acquired from DWG1 before trying to insert them into DWG2. The thing is, I really had opened DWG1 for reading only. I haven't tested what would have happend if I changed that access right. I just corrected the code to use .Clone() and it worked like a charm.

 

So the most general answer is that I was trying to write particular objects pulled from a place that was designated as read-only. Try to pin this down in sense of your business logic.

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