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Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 4:49:23 PM | Element's internal join data is corrupt

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chawley


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I tried to change the level of a wall and I go this message-

Element's internal join data is corrupt.

Any ideas what this means? I am using Revit 2011.

 


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Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 2:28:37 PM | Element's internal join data is corrupt

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I am getting the same message when i try to delete some walls.  Help anyone?

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Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 2:36:45 PM | Element's internal join data is corrupt

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We audited the file and that seemed to work.

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Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 1:56:16 PM | Element's internal join data is corrupt

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Just had the same issue.  

When I got the error, I expanded the error and it showed me the element which was causing the issue.  In my case it was a wall.  I copied the element's ID and then did a search by that ID number.  It returned me the wall causing the issue.  I cut it (ctrl x), did my changes to the slab and pasted the wall back into the same place.  I then had to re-attach it to my slab. 

 

problem solved! 


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Mon, Jan 10, 2022 at 1:26:22 PM | Element's internal join data is corrupt

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I have the same issue.  I audited the file and still get the message.  I looked for the other element like dhenhoeffer and the wall is parallel to the wall I am trying to move.  I tried to unjoin them but that didn't work.  I can't even delete the wall to draw a new one.  Help!


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Mon, Jan 10, 2022 at 3:59:20 PM | Element's internal join data is corrupt

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Which wall is it that you can't delete?  Try deleting both.

Are you sure it is the wall you see or is there another one?  Could be higher / lower / hidden.

Just guesses on my part.

Oh... and phases?



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Mon, Jan 10, 2022 at 6:37:58 PM | Element's internal join data is corrupt

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Thanks WWhub,  It was a phase issue, didn't think phases would mess it up.  I changed the phase of the parallel wall and then was able to move the other wall.  Then changed the phase back on the parallel wall.


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