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This is a pre-validation error which catches the mismatch between the Multicore's Library definition Vs the design (used) multicore structure.
e.g. I have add a multicore in my Wiring design which had three innercores and one shield:
Later, I changed the library definition in part library.
I have deleted one innercore.
Now If I sync, it will complain about the structure mismatch.
To proceed, I have updated my Wiring design by removing one extra innercore and then I re-Synced.
Please check this is the case in your wiring designs as well?
You can correct your wiring design and then you can try to do a re-Sync.
Please share more information , if this doesn't work.
Thanks for the reply. I know we have been adjusting the parts in some cases and that possibly could be it. I understand if a wire was removed but would the wire type or a guage type cause also cause this error? Usually to fix the problem i have been reconstructing the multicore and assigning the part again to it from the library. I guess I was looking for a more detailed description of what might be wrong with my multicore. It does a comparison so couldn't it tell me what the mismatch in the comparison was. Wire guage different.. missing wire.. extra wire.. ect ect. This is more like a service engine soon light error..
So i got the error again today and the simple solution is to open up the multicore or i imagine any item you are having issues with and refresh the part to the database. See pic.
The new question, Is there a way to do a global refresh on a project so if i have 50 of these I don't have to individually fix each individual one?
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