When I get that rollback message it's always because I used the "configure dimension" tool in a sketch of one of the parts. The part does not appear to be in rollback but SW thinks it is. The fix is to drag the rollback bar all the way up, release, then drag all the way back down. Or do "edit sketch" where you used "configure dimension", then exit the sketch. I don't know if that macro works in this case as it's not "physically" rolled back? Not that I have tried.
This happens every time I use "configure dimension" from within a sketch. But I can avoid it if I do configure dimension without entering the sketch - double-click on the sketch to display the dimensions then do "configure dimension". Or if I do "c d" from within a sketch I try to remember afterwards to re-open and exit.
Thanks for that macro, Josh. It just saved me a lot of headache.
Create a new configuration or switch to an existing one, you should get a message asking if you want the part in rollback state to be rolled foward.
This dosn't identify them, but it can correct them.
Did you ever find a solution? No one seemed to actually answer your question.
I am looking for the same thing.
Josh, what you posted sounds the same as what SW prompts you with when you open an assembly containing a file(s) in a rolled back state. Is that correct?
Wayne Matus posted one here:
Retrieving data ...