October 9, 2020 at 9:02 amcburSubscriberNous avons rencontré un problème sur SpaceClaim, lors de l'enregistrement d'un fichier SpaceClaim, il est fermé. Le fichier en question a disparu dans le répertoire et à la place un fichier avec une extension ".3bc" est apparu et il était impossible d'ouvrir ce fichier avec SpaceClaim (nom de fichier d'origine: A20068A-EA136-PL01-REV00.scdoc / nom après problème: lqaozppk .3bc). Nous avons réussi à ouvrir à nouveau le fichier en changeant l'extension de fichier en ".scdoc". Avez-vous déjà rencontré ce problème? Avez-vous une explication à ce problème?
October 9, 2020 at 9:05 amcburSubscriber
we encountered a problem on SpaceClaim, during the saving of a SpaceClaim file it is closed.
The file in question disappeared in the directory and instead a file with a ".3bc" extension appeared and it was impossible to open this file with SpaceClaim (original file name: A20068A-EA136-PL01-REV00.scdoc / name after problem: lqaozppk.3bc) .
We managed to open the file again by changing the file extension to ".scdoc".
Have you encountered this problem before?
Do you have an explanation for this problem?
October 9, 2020 at 10:39 amCharudatta BandgarSubscriber
Hello, charlie ,
I am looking into this, will check if anyone else got into a similar issue and also will get in touch with the experts to understand regarding it.
October 9, 2020 at 2:14 pmCharudatta BandgarSubscriber
Hello, charlie ,
Were you saving it on the network or locally on your computer?
October 14, 2020 at 7:41 amcburSubscriber
Sorry for the response time,
The file has been saved on a server
November 2, 2020 at 10:46 amCharudatta BandgarSubscriber
When you are working with a server, while saving the files, SC creates a .3bc file during the transition. And the corruption might have transitioned to this midway file and stopped. (This does not happen when you are working locally. I hope that answers your query.
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