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Editing a content center library

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02-15-2012 05:03 AM

Hi,

I'm trying to fix up the iproperties of a content centre item. However the part has been used before and saved in Vault. I have edited the library and then when I tried to use a part from the library, the part is just pulled from Vault, hence not having the edits on it. I tried a part that hasn't been used before and it works ok. How can I force it to rebuild from the content center so I can save over the copy in Vault?

Thank,

Ozitag

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Have you done a refresh on the part in an assembly where it has been placed?  If you do that, it should prompt you to check the part out... do the refresh, and then when you check it back in it should be the new version.

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Re: Editing a content center library

02-15-2012 05:06 AM in reply to: ozitag

Have you done a refresh on the part in an assembly where it has been placed?  If you do that, it should prompt you to check the part out... do the refresh, and then when you check it back in it should be the new version.

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Re: Editing a content center library

02-15-2012 06:35 AM in reply to: cbenner

Yep, thanks, this worked. I also found if I checked it out without getting the latest version, ie have no version on my PC, then it would also update.

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Ozitag

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