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MSKCatalog.CATfct what is it

MSKCatalog.CATfct what is it

MSKCatalog.CATfct what is it

can anyone tell me what this file is "MSKCatlog.CATfct"? how to stop it or remove it from catia data? it is causing problems with data submissions to Honda.

here is what my data consists of: a CATProduct with a couple parameters, a single part that was originally designed in NX copied into a catia part as a dumb solid (no links). the part has several parameters for things like volume, area, mass, part number, part name, etc... none of the parameters pull external information.

i've tried digging through the options to maybe find something to turn off or on. no luck. i've run both product and part through CATDUAV5 in desk to clean them and that didn't help. every time i open the product i get the same warning. see the attached jpg.

any help with this would be greatly appreciated.

Automotive Designer

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