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Tue, Sep 25, 2007 at 3:46:49 PM | Reloading Worksets

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My entire firm is having issues with reloading worksets.  We recently realized that when you open a Revit file that is part of a workset, it does not automatically reload the drawing, so you cannot make accurate changes to the file until you type RL for reload.  Shouldn't it update automatically every time you open a drawing if everything has been saved to central?  It seems to be happening just recently.

Also, is there some kind of setting where you can automatically reload the drawing you are working on at certain time intervals just like save reminders?  Any help would be appreciated.  Thank you.

 We are using Revit 2008


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Thu, Jan 8, 2009 at 11:14:39 PM | Reloading Worksets

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Any solution to this?

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Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 3:59:34 PM | Reloading Worksets

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You don't seem to understand.  If you have worksets, then you should have multiple files.  The central file and each user has their own file.  When a user saves to central he publishes his changes - at the same time, he loads any changes that were saved by others.  When he saves locally, he is only saving any chances he made or changes he may have loaded from the central.  When you open a local, you are only opening the local.   It only takes a moment to type RL and read the latest changes... not much slower than the automatic.

 

You will find that this method is valuable in the long run.  One scenerio of this: Perhaps you are working on some things and you need to exit for some reason.  You may not know if you really want to save the changes you made.  The next day, you open your work ... get back on track and realize that you don't want to save the last changes you made.  There is no way to undo now but you can discard your work and make a new local from the central.

 


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