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Error krx file in fastener assembly

Error krx file in fastener assembly

Error krx file in fastener assembly

I`m sorry for bad english, my nativ language is Russian. I have a problem.
Create .prt model of screw, create and remember constraints.
Create family.
Create .krx file (with pathes in directories)
This model work very good from Reuse Examples: drag`n`drop in hole.
Then create Stanart, Caterory and Type in the Customize Fastener Assembly, add Part, Hole Type and Define Auto-match.
Open Configure Fastener Assembly, create Configure.... And then I insert my Configuration in the Assembly NX. The program return error:

UXML Fatal Errorat file : line 0 , column 0
unable to open primarydocument entity C:\......path......\Standart parts\Custom\test1.krx

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