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karthur1
Posts: 4,204
Registered: ‎04-27-2005
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No(file is not checked out of Vault)

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09-07-2006 12:48 PM
When I try to save an assembly, I am greeted with a Save dialog. In it, several of the files have "No(file is not checked out of Vault)".
Is Vault wanting to save this file? if not, then why is it even showing me this.
Does the file need to be updated in some why?

If I change this to "Yes(file is not checked out of Vault)", then I get the Edited-out-of-turn. Which, to me, I do not like to see.

Can someone please explain.

Thanks,

Vault5-sp1
*Adam Luttenbacher \(Autodesk\)
Message 2 of 4 (149 Views)

Re: No(file is not checked out of Vault)

09-08-2006 06:31 AM in reply to: karthur1
Thank you for your post Kirk,

You are greeted with that dialog because Inventor is populating it, not
Vault. The Vault add-in is simply adding your file status information as a
warning.

To resolve this problem, navigate to Tools>Application Options. In the
"Save" tab, you will see an option "Do not list referenced files that
default to "No" in the Save dialog." Checking this box should eliminate
these extra files from you save dialog.

Regards,
Adam Luttenbacher


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When I try to save an assembly, I am greeted with a Save dialog. In it,
several of the files have "No(file is not checked out of Vault)".
Is Vault wanting to save this file? if not, then why is it even showing me
this.
Does the file need to be updated in some why?

If I change this to "Yes(file is not checked out of Vault)", then I get the
Edited-out-of-turn. Which, to me, I do not like to see.

Can someone please explain.

Thanks,

Vault5-sp1
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karthur1
Posts: 4,204
Registered: ‎04-27-2005
Message 3 of 4 (149 Views)

Re: No(file is not checked out of Vault)

09-08-2006 07:05 AM in reply to: karthur1
Adam,
"...Vault add-in is siimply adding your file status information as a warning...."

A warning about what? I am trying to figure out why this comes up for some files and not others. Is vault thinking that the file needs saving or that it has changed? What flags vault to prompt this?

I would prefer not to use the "Do not list referenced files that default to "No" in the Save dialog". If I use this, it seems that I am just hiding a problem. I had rather fix it, rather than cover it up all the time.

Kirk
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amasva
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Registered: ‎01-02-2007
Message 4 of 4 (93 Views)

Re: No(file is not checked out of Vault)

10-03-2011 12:23 AM in reply to: karthur1

Hi

If one or more of the parts in a assembly is not migrated the "is not checked out" appear. I would wish that Autodesk could give me the option to "check out and save" those files from the "save" dialog box.

Asle Martin Svastuen
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