2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 13, 2016 5:23 PM by B. Mill

    Task scheduler SQL error unhandled

    B. Mill

      Hi Experts,

       

      I am working on a school project and we ran into a problem.

      We have 10 assembly files that we want to render overnight by using the task scheduler.

      Now, the task scheduler does not seem to work as we are are receiving the following error

                SQL

      Error - Unhandled

       

      Steps we performed.
      1. we opened our assembly solidworks 2015

      2. We opened the task scheduler

      3. In solidworks, we press photoview 360

      4. on the new appeared render tab we press: schedule render:

      5. The error occurs

      6. No file is loaded into the task scheduler. (the white page in the task scheduler stays empty/ nothing is scheduled)

       

      What does the SQL error mean?

       

      With best regards and hoping on a quick responce to finish our project.

       

      Bas

        • Re: Task scheduler SQL error unhandled
          B. Mill

          Update

           

          When I clicked Show All tasks in the task scheduler instead of only 'Today' It showed my tasks.
          However, they won't start. Normally I expect an MSdos window to pop up for it to start. It does not happen

           

           

          See image attached for more info

          Example Solidworks task scheduler.JPG

           

          With best regards,

           

          Bas

          • Re: Task scheduler SQL error unhandled
            B. Mill

            Fixed!

             

            What I did is the following:

            schedule the renders then close SW.  Go to the SW folder in the windows programs tab and open SolidWorks Tools folder, then open the SW Task Scheduler. You should see your scheduled renderings listed.
            Here comes the solution. Click the first render and change this to Start after previous. This option is NOT available in the first task scheduler window!

             

            Good luck I hope this helps

             

            Bas