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Hi
I have a part with 15 features and some open bodies and from 6th feature there is a update icon adjuscent. And when I click update its giving me error "No entry found for error id 0x00000001".
I am not able to add any more features or delete anything. Can anyone help me.
Thx.

RE: Error..

FBM....

I don't know what the error message means...

I would suggest deactivating the 6th feature and then do your update.

If the deactivation doesn't cause a lot of problems, then I'd delete that feature and rebuild it.

If the deactivation does create a lot of new problems, then I'd edit that feature and try to determine what is causing the problem.

Good luck,    ....Jack

RE: Error..

(OP)
Hi Jack
I already solved the problem.You were absolutely right. I deleted that feature and rebuilt it and it worked very fine. I didnt try deactivating it but I am sure that you are correct and would work that way too.
Thx.
FBM

RE: Error..

Hi,

I had the same kind of problem with a sketch, a line in the sketch was bugged, I replaced it. (Sorry I remember just now)

Don't forget to clean your file after that  ;)

CATDAUV5 is the tools to clean.

Eric N.

catiav5@softhome.net

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