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wkarch
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*Warning* Multiply owned object, handle "6BD78"

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12-13-2003 11:24 PM
Anyone know what this message means. It comes in response to a save command. It lets me save anyway.

It is a drawing within which I have four xrefs. I have audited all four drawings and the main drawing; no errors.
I have also purged them and saved each, then reloaded the xrefs. All to no avail; I keep getting the warning.

Can someone translate the warning for me?

Thanks,
Tom
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wkarch
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Re: *Warning* Multiply owned object, handle "6BD78"

12-13-2003 11:24 PM in reply to: wkarch
Any Autocad people out there who can help with this warning? You guys wrote the program, I find it hard to believe you don't know what the warning message refers to.
There is no information in the knowledge base that will help.
Thank you

Tom Krowka AIA
*Brown, Anne
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12-13-2003 11:24 PM in reply to: wkarch
Tom -

The groups are a user to user (peer to peer) type of support
network. Though the developers do join in once in a while it is
not something that should be expected.
You can find your support options at the left of this page.
http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/ps?siteID=123112&id=2334116&linkID=3016303

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wkarch wrote:
>
> Any Autocad people out there who can help with this warning?
> You guys wrote the program, I find it hard to believe you don't
> know what the warning message refers to. (snip)
*Addis, Reid M.
Message 3 of 8 (79 Views)

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12-13-2003 11:24 PM in reply to: wkarch
Hey, relax. This is a voluntary newsgroup! Sheesh!

It took me a few seconds in a search of the Autodesk Knowledge base to come
up with the following:

Issue


The following error message is displayed on the command line when you open a
file:


Warning Multiply Owned Object Handle 1818F


Note: The object handle varies. In this example, the problem
is caused by the object handle, 1818F.


It may appear that there are no problems with the data, because after the
error, you are able to open and work on the drawing as usual. However, you are
concerned that the errors could mean there is corruption or other problems with
the file.



name=section2>
Solution


To remove the object handle identified by the error, type the following
AutoLISP expression at the Command prompt and press ENTER:



Warning: Please use caution when implementing this
solution. The AutoLISP expression that follows simply deletes the object; it
does not ask for confirmation, and it does not tell you what type of object
you are deleting. For example, the object you are deleting could be an
assembly constraint. Back up the file before executing the
following code and saving the file.


(entdel (handent "<Handle ID>"))


where <Handle ID> is the object handle specified in the
error you receive, for example, 1818F.


After deleting the object handle you can use AUDIT to check for any other
potential problems.


 


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Regards,
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Reid M. Addis
Registered
Architect
Architectural Applications Specialist
Granary Associates
411
North 20th Street
Philadelphia, PA  19130
Ph. 215-665-7056
email:

href="mailto:addis@granaryassoc.com">addis@granaryassoc.com
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wkarch
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12-13-2003 11:24 PM in reply to: wkarch
Reid:

Thanks for your offer. I noticed that sometime during the day yesterday I stopped getting the warning on the command line, through no action of my own.
Is it possible I deleted the offending item without knowing that item was the problem?

Tom
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wkarch
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12-13-2003 11:24 PM in reply to: wkarch
My apologies.
I looked through the Architectural Desktop KB, could not find any info., I guess I should have looked further.

I will try your solution.

Thanks
Tom
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wkarch
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12-13-2003 11:24 PM in reply to: wkarch
RE: the solution

I tried the above command. I get either "nil", or unknown command depending on how I type it in. I am assuming the parentatheses and quotation should be entered with no spaces in between. Is there a special way it has to be entered?

Tom
*Addis, Reid M.
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12-13-2003 11:24 PM in reply to: wkarch
email me the drawing and I'll look or post it to the Customer files
newsgroup.


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Regards,
---------------
Reid M. Addis
Registered
Architect
Architectural Applications Specialist
Granary Associates
411
North 20th Street
Philadelphia, PA  19130
Ph. 215-665-7056
email:

href="mailto:addis@granaryassoc.com">addis@granaryassoc.com
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