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Exact Curve error when updating views

Exact Curve error when updating views

Exact Curve error when updating views

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Anybody run across this error in NX10? When updating views in drafting: "Exact Curve could not be created. This was caused while updating an object of type in part (XXXXXXX.prt)" I can't find a solution except to delete the view and re-create it. Very frustrating if the view has a lot of notes and dimensions. Is it a bug or something I am doing?

Product Designer: I-Deas/NX/Catia
Automotive Industry

RE: Exact Curve error when updating views

(OP)
The silence is deafening. bigears

Product Designer: I-Deas/NX/Catia
Automotive Industry

RE: Exact Curve error when updating views

I've not seen this particular error (but then again, I'm still running NX 9). These types of errors are best handled by contacting GTAC; they have better means of diagnosing the problem.

That said, I have seen similar errors in drafting, usually when updating a section view, that was caused by model geometry errors. Try running "examine geometry" on your model to see if anything comes up.

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