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SW won't update an assembly

Question asked by Gregory Page on Feb 7, 2012
Latest reply on Apr 8, 2012 by Jerry Steiger

This is the third time today I've tried to get SW to update an assembly.  I deleted an old component and inserted/mated a new sub-assembly (similar parts but no common file names to confuse it).  I save the assembly and close it and the next time I go to open it get the message "internal ID doesn't match".  I've checked that the references are pointing to the correct directory for the new subassembly.  I've verified there isn't a file with the same name in the directory where the upper assembly reside.  I can open the subassembly and then the upper assembly and still get the same message.  The last time I told it don't use the version of the subassembly that had the mis=match ID, inserted a new copy, and then it magically decided to re-insert some additional copies!



What (if anything) can you do to get SW to actually update a file when you make a change?