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Fri, Apr 27, 2018 at 2:40:29 PM | Revit 2018.2 Strange Messages

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Please see the attached file.

Hope that someone can help me on this.

This morning I opened a Revit 2017 file on Revit 2018.2.

In the updating process, the first message showed up. I checked around and nobody in the office had that file opened, then I clicked “continue”, and saved it to a different name.

Then I opened that saved file, the second message showed “contains an incorrect schema”, I tried to save it, then the third message showed. I cannot save any of the files.

Our office has no CAD manager, IT has lots of problems to install Revit 2018 on Windows 7 OS. They decided to have Revit 2018 installed on newly purchased workstation with Windows 10 OS, Revit 2018 updates #2 also installed. Now we have Revit 2018.2 only.

Please advise, thanks!



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Fri, Apr 27, 2018 at 3:56:11 PM | Revit 2018.2 Strange Messages

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The "Incorrect Schema" I've seen before when a file was corrupt.  I'm not saying that's what's happening with yours, that's just when I've seen it.  

 

I would (If the file is workshared), open and detach from Central and check Audit when you're doing this.  Then save it out as a new Central. 

If it's not a central, I'd run an Audit and maybe purge the file 3 or 4 times.    

 

Good luck.

 



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Fri, Apr 27, 2018 at 6:38:08 PM | Revit 2018.2 Strange Messages

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Hi Benlink,

Thanks for your reply.

That file is in our detail library, and no central file/workset settings.

Revit is not able to open it with Audit box checked. The message was “contains an incorrect schema.”

Here is the case:

When I open it, the message was “someone else is working on it”, I checked, and definitely no other people work on it.

After I opened it, and save as a different name, then it said “contains an incorrect schema”, then it said “file not saved”.

I cannot open it, how can I purge things out? L


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Fri, Apr 27, 2018 at 7:27:22 PM | Revit 2018.2 Strange Messages

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Unfortunately, it's most likely corrupt then.  

Are there backups? (same file name, but with .000X.rva at the end of it)

 

If so, you may have to open one of those and save it as the new one.  


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Fri, Apr 27, 2018 at 8:59:16 PM | Revit 2018.2 Strange Messages

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Thanks!

Our server has two folders, one for projects, another library.

I found all files and backup files in the entire library folder have the same problems, but not those files in project folder. L

 

Another funny thing, it’s not funny to this scale, is that if I open the template file in library folder, the same problems. However, if I start a new project by using the template file in library folder has no problem at all.

 



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Tue, May 22, 2018 at 5:48:42 PM | Revit 2018.2 Strange Messages

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I found the cause.

Our upper management set up the restricted access to our library/template folder.


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Tue, May 22, 2018 at 6:26:26 PM | Revit 2018.2 Strange Messages

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Hmm.  I'm not sure that would create the "Incorrect Schema" warning.  I would think that that would simply prevent you from saving or editing files, depending on the rights to the folder.  


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