When running "Harness Tools > Harness Drawing Release" the software confirms that the open harness has a valid drawing frame (border), before the process can proceed. You can view a list of valid frames by running "Program Files > VeSys Electrical Series > VeSys Configuration Editor (Harness Section, Release Tab)".
Add a frame to your harness ensuring that it is listed in the configuration editor.
Before VeSys Harness will release a drawing it does a few checks:
1. Drawing Frame is inserted into the drawing (and the frame name is defined in the VeSys Configuration Editor)
2. Part Number of the drawing matches that of the Part Number in the Harness Options menu.
Sorry Nuri didn't I didn't spot that you had responded to this question! Looks like you beat me to it on this one!
I have tried #1 and #2, but unfortunately I must have something else that is not correctly configured as I am still receiving the "Warning ..." message.
You only need to meet the criteria listed in point 1. for the drawing release to work. Point 2. was another thing to be aware of that will likely stop the drawing release once you have resolved the drawing frame block issue (I can't remember if this affects Harness but it does affect Design).
You'll just need to re-check everything so the frame is inserted as a block as well as VeSys needing to know the name of the drawing frame block.
With some assistance from Product Marketing ... here is what I was doing wrong.
Within the VeSys Configuration Editor, I was specifying the filename of the dwg file that contained the border (drawing frame). Here are steps I finally used to determine the actual block name.
(1) To determine the "block name" of the border within your VeSys Harness drawing, double click on the title block and you should see the "Enhanced Attribute Editor" dialogue appear.
(2) Within the attribute editor, the block name is listed.
(3) Add this name to the "Frame Block Names" list within the VeSys Configuration Editor.
You can also use the AutoCAD properties to determine the name of the block (which in this case is your drawing frame), this is the colored icon with the picture of a hand and some letters. The reason VeSys doesn't need to know the .dwg file extension is because that once the frame is inserted into the drawing as a block is has no knowledge that this was once a dwg, blocks can be created within any drawing by using the 'Block' command (that goes for drawing frames too).