"One or more documents have been modified but Save was unsuccessful. You must
save the document prior to check in."
I have had to work remotly for the last few days updating a machine. I pulled everything off vault, made the required changes. Then I deleted all the files off vault to re-add everything. I then added all the IPT files and then from vault started to check in the IDW files. Not all but some are having this issue I have quoted above.
On a side note if I drawing loses its assiation in Vault for what ever reason how can I reattach them.
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The following thread may help you.
Regarding your question on Drawing file association, the only option i can think of is to delete the file in vault and check-it again from CAD application.
Hope that helps!
In that thread we have workarounds not solutions. Maybe someone at AD can pick up this issue and handle it.
I see this save problem every day and different sites.
i have the same problem (see images)
in my case, i create new drawing file from an assembly ( with asteris mark--see in the drawing ).
i can save in my local pc, but i cannot Check in to vault.
for additional information, i'm using vault and inventor 2014 servicepack 1.
please your advice.
Expand all the files in the Vault browser and then use the following filter to see which file is modified - but not checked out. Then try to check out that file, save and then try check-in. Hope that helps.
Thanks, this tips very helpfull for me..
I also have this problem, and I too use this work around to allow the necessary assembly to check in, but very often I am of the mind that there is no change between the vaulted files and those that I am trying to check in. Is it possible that these so called 'modified files' in truth are not modified?
Do you have an example to show this behaviour? If yes please send us the workflow along with the dataset and we can look into that.
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