Chris wrote:The whole folder?! I would have thought that deleting just the offending LIB folder would have been enough, at least to start with? In AC14 this can be attempted/done via the Local Data Manager.
We have had the same problem. Way around it is to delete the 'TW Data' folder. C: > users > "User Name" > Graphisoft.
Make sure you are not in archicad, and delete the TW Data folder, then reload the TW file from the BIM server.
jbissaillon wrote:Are you getting this with a project you have Migrated from 13 to 14 and/or a file newly shared to the 14 BIM Server?
We have finally got around to updating to v14, but are having some strange issues getting BIM Server Libraries to load.
On Client Machines:
In AC14, I cannot get BIM Server Libraries to load... they show in the list, but are listed as "offline". "Reload Libraries" does nothing.
In AC13 the BIM Server Libraries load fine.
There is also another possibly-related problem we have also been experiencing in 14 - missing objects from loaded libraries. The libraries seem to load, however many (or all) objects from those libraries are listed as missing and do not display (other than as black dots).
KenMcN wrote:The path to any of our files would be quite long .. hard to say if it could be a problem though without knowing what (if any) limit there is. I wasn't aware of one.
Is there any chance your library is exceeding this limit (whatever length it is), but not displaying this error message as you are not working remotely?
This may account for the first parts of the library being available, but some nested folders not loading
owen wrote:You're right Owen, the files don't get synced across and work fine if they are manually copied (which we've also had to resort to).
…So the problem is with BIM Server libraries - I suspect specifically with how they are (or not in this case) syncing with your local cached libraries. I have looked into the local cache libraries and the object files are not there - yet they are on the BIM Server copy of the library. Something is obviously not working with this sync process and so not all objects are being copied locally.
One very dodgy, very temporary workaround is to copy the missing objects directly into your local cache library from the server.