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Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 2:27:38 PM | shared parameter causes revit crash - journal error included, please help.

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Every time I try to load my family into any of our existing projects revit crashes. It loads into new projects just fine. the journal error is as follows:

0.169317   1:<<MFCDoc::OnOpenDocument [S:\Revit MEP 2010\Imperial Library\HA Content\HVAC\Heat pumps\HEAT PUMP CLIMATE MASTER LEFT RETURN.RFA]   '             1:--Post event status Succeeded   '             1:--API application event DocumentOpened returned status DidNotRaise   ' 0:< DBG_WARN: Mismatched external parameter definitions!  GUID='ffc21ae8-b4a4-438c-9e61-e06d8a01a40c'  Existing parameter:  Name='PRESSURE DROP'  ParamType='15', '-1', '39'  New parameter:  Name='PRESSURE DROP WATERSIDE'  ParamType='15', '-1', '39': line 682 of .\Elem\FamilyUI.cpp.   'C 06-Aug-2009 10:14:29.467;   0:< Assertion failed: line 688 of .\Elem\FamilyUI.cpp   ' 0:< Exception occurred

 

then it goes into the routine crash info. I have deleted my parameter called "pressure drop waterside from both the family, and the shared parameter file.... no change, same error.


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Sun, Aug 23, 2009 at 8:11:20 PM | shared parameter causes revit crash - journal error included, please help.

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Are trying to load a family that was created in 2010 into a project that was originally created in 2009 (or earlier) but upgraded to 2010?

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Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 2:33:50 PM | shared parameter causes revit crash - journal error included, please help.

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no, these files were all created and inserted into a 2010 format.
Interestingly enough, this error has occured again in a new part. the only common denominator in both files was a shared parameter entitled "pressure drop waterside" when I recreated the part without that parameter, it inserted correctly.
I could not just delete the parameter and re-insert.
Im running with it as-is, and not using "pressure drop waterside". I would however like to know what if anything can corrupt a shared parameter (but the the whole shared parameter file), and how to prevent this from happening again in the future. 

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