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Error: 'Event Code AWPCF-1727-7' When Exporting An XER File (Doc ID 894523.1)

Last updated on JUNE 04, 2019

Applies to:

Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management - Version 5.0 and later
Primavera Contractor - Version 5.0 and later
All Platforms

Symptoms

  1. When exporting to an XER file, the following error occurs:

 Error: AWPCF-1727-7

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*                EXCEPTION  REPORT                  *
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Date:          19-Aug-04 02:36 PM

Executable:    PM.exe

Event Code:    AWPCF-1727-7
Message:      
  TCAwk.WritePChar: failed to write 2 bytes to file:

*****************************************************
*                EXCEPTION  REPORT                  *
*****************************************************
Date:          27-Nov-07

Executable:    PM.exe
Application:   Primavera Project Management
Event Code:    AWPCF-2731-5
Message:      
  TCAwk.WritePChar: failed to write 6 bytes to file:

Context:
  1: TfrmWizExport.wizExportFinish
  2: TfrmWizExport.RunExportWizard
  3: TfrmMain.actHomeExecute
  4: TfrmEPS.mnuOpenProjectClick
  5: TfrmMain.actProjectsExecute
  6: TCFormManager.SetToolbar
  7: TfrmLogin.FormCreate

*****************************************************
*                EXCEPTION  REPORT               *
*****************************************************
Date:          11-Jan-08

Executable:    PM.exe
Application:   Primavera Project Management
Event Code:    AWPCF-1444-5

Message:      
  TCAwk.WritePChar: failed to write 5 bytes to file:

  1. Another scenario that can occur when merging a reflection project. There is an option to backup the project. When selected it also generated the error,

Cause

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