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*Matthews, Ed
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Unknown Command

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08-31-2000 10:09 AM
I am receiving a error "Unknown Command" when I use any of the AEC commands.
The AutoCAD part of the software is working, it's just the Architectural
part that is not. Can someone help in this problem before I have to
re-install the package again.

Thanks
Ed Matthews
*Support, Tony - Americas Product
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Re: Unknown Command

07-14-2000 12:00 PM in reply to: *Matthews, Ed
Ed

I would make sure that your support file search paths include the "\AutoCAD
Architectural\Programs" and the "\AutoCAD Architectural\Programs\PAT" path.
These are essential for the functionality of Arch Desktop. If you continue
to have problems, you should also review the sdsk.dfm file and make sure its
paths are set correctly.

Tony
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"Ed Matthews" wrote in message
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> I am receiving a error "Unknown Command" when I use any of the AEC
commands.
> The AutoCAD part of the software is working, it's just the Architectural
> part that is not. Can someone help in this problem before I have to
> re-install the package again.
>
> Thanks
> Ed Matthews
>
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MTAKASHI
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08-31-2000 10:09 AM in reply to: *Matthews, Ed
I have the same problem. I checked teh path and sdk.dfm file. they look ok to me. Any more suggestions? The message I get follows:
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Command list interruption (6, 2).

Command list interruption (2, 3).

Command list interruption (3, 3).
error: null function
(CR_MNL)
(PROGN (CR_MNL) (ZZ_SDSK (QUOTE (PROGN (ZZ_LOAD "ZA" "leader" ZZ_LEADER ZZ#T
nil) (ZZ_LEADER nil 0.0 ZZ#T nil ZZ#T)))))

Command: Command list interruption (3, 6).
Command list interruption (6, 6).
Unknown command "SDSK". Press F1 for help.
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