Not really. Autodesk Support team is working on this issue. It seems like it is an environmental issue. Both Autodesk Support and myself have not been able recreate the issue on a restored backup of this Vault.
More info to come, once we see what the latest Autodesk Support setting changes are applied.
I'll try to keep you all posted on the next round of tests.
Awesome. We are in a multi site environment. I logged in to another workgroup and found that users are allowed to delete folders. So I guess that confirms that it is probably a problem with our local database replica.
Thanks for the update!
To delete a folder in a Workgroup Replication environment, the site you are logged into must be in the workgroup that has ownership of the folder (and possibly the parent folder). You can transfer ownership using the "Manage Ownership" button on the actions menu.
In 2013, we made changes to our clients so that when they get the workgroup ownership exception they will automatically try to get workgroup ownership of the required entities.
I am aware of file and folder ownership. This is not an ownership issue, at least not an apperrent one. Admin users can create a folder. But then cannot delete it. (Getting the error mentioned earlier in the post) The same user, when logged into a different workgroup can create and delete folders. Users can create and delete files. The problem seems to be limited to folders only.
It is very strange, and I have only just noticed this behavior today. This error "0", makes me think there is something corrupt at this site only. Or maybe there is some process waiting to run on the server that will heal itself tonight?
Lets see if it is better in the morning. Other wise, support request, here we come :-)
Did you get the resolution from autodesk? If not, the problem in our system was we enabled the logging feature for deleted items.
Apperently this can cause a problem in some instances with deleting folders. As soon as I removed the switch from the web.config file, the problem went away.
Hope this helps,
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