Are you using a global signal for this connection (GND_SMA) with an appropriate 'Tap' symbol? Or is this wired through the hierarchy? What does CES show for the net and does either DxDesigner Diagnostics or CES Diagnostics report anything?
This connection is not a global signal. It is just a trace between two components on one sheet so no connection through hierarchy.
I tried to reproduce the situation by connecting the two components together again - as I did several times before - but this time, I do not have any more error message (I guess Murphy is behind it). So for now, I can't answer the rest of your questions. I do not understand what happened as I have only worked on the layout since last time and not on the schematic at all. When it comes back (and it will), I will post more details.
I have this error again, on another net. This time, it is not on a global signal and the net is not wired through hierarchy, it is only on one page of my schematic. DxDesigner Diagnostics and CES Diagnostics do not report any error. However, the net does not appear in CES.
Does this give you any idea on what is going wrong?
If you can reproduce this plese contact Customer Support with the details. If the problem disappears if you delete the net and re-enter it then please run iCDB Server Monitor on your computer to trap any performance issues that might be affecting this. If you have slow network connections or issues with performance of the applications the Server Monitor will be able to tell you. It will not fix such issues, it is a montoring utility only.
Right now, if I delete the net, I can package the board but as soon as I connect the net to the pin of the component, the package tool raises an error.
Unfortunately, this error might disappear as it came, from nowhere.
iCDB Server Monitor does not report any issue. I work locally (library and project are on my computer).
Thank you for your help.