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AVIEW: ERROR: There is more than one database object named

AVIEW: ERROR: There is more than one database object named

AVIEW: ERROR: There is more than one database object named

(OP)
Hi,

I'm using a complex model with a lot of parts and others...
When I simulate (with a main macro inluding this macro), there are different model which are created and copied...
I create this macro. This macro must delete the forces of a part which are dependent of this part. This macro is used in the last model created.

example:
!USER_ENTERED_COMMAND macro1
!WRAP_IN_UNDO NO
!
!I defined in the main macro which "$seg" I need
!like "nameofseg"
!
! $seg:T=string:C=0
!
variable set &
  var = $_self.segments &
  string = $seg
!
for var = incr  start = 1 end = (eval(DB_COUNT($_self.segments.self,"string_value")))
!
force delete &
    force_name = (eval(DB_DELETE_DEPENDENTS( eval($_self.segments[incr]) ) ))
!
end

If I use this macro within simulation, no problem: it works! But, in the simulation (included in the main macro), I have this error message:

ERROR:   Error detected on line number xx (line force_name...), character xx of the macro '.macro1'.
ERROR:  There is more than one database object named "nameofseg"
ERROR:  There is more than one database object named "nameofseg"
ERROR:  The command was not executed.
ERROR:  +1&>         force_name = (eval(DB_DELETE_DEPENDENTS(.macro1.segments[incr]) ))


Any suggestions would be appreciated,

thX a lot,

Djo

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