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AutoVue Takes a Long Time to Load a SoldiWorks Assembly With Unsaved Changes on Specific Parts (configurations) (Doc ID 2483890.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle AutoVue Electro-Mechanical Professional - Version 21.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

It is taking about two minutes to open a SolidWorks assembly in AutoVue Applet. The user sees the message " Loading..." at the bottom right corner of the Applet for two minutes before the Assembly drawing shows up. AutoVue is integrated with a Document Management System. Interesting to note that many external references parts are missing when the assembly is displayed in AutoVue. AutoVue Logs shows the following message (notice almost the 2 minutes gap between these two sections of the log)

Thu 11 October 2018 08:19:34
 
 <Message>DocServer 1 : Found 140 Streaming File validation entries, loading them</Message>
 <ContextMap/>
  </Event>

-------------------->  NOTHING HAPPENS HERE ( Almost 2 minutes delay !!!)
 
Thu 11 October 2018 08:21:11

<Message>Cancelling the loading of the file C:\Oracle\AutoVue\bin\Cache\0\54\temp118\50-000000.SLDASM from Streaming File because:
A missing resource file was added since streaming file was generated: 01-18419.SLDPRT.
A missing resource file was added since streaming file was generated: 04-19821.SLDPRT.
Resources have changed - regenerate streaming file
AutoVue will try to load the model from native

Then tens of messages of this type is recorded in the log:

Thu 11 October 2018 08:21:12  

    <Message>DocServer 1 : Detecting Empty 3D-Part (Entity indentified as a 3D-Part but doesn't contain any geometry or descendants</Message>
    <ContextMap/>
  </Event>

Changes

 

Cause

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