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vincent

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#11-Dec-19 16:13

Hi,

What is the magic trick to export to a GDB ?

I get "Unspecified FGDB error : 0x80004005" error.

AFAIK this error code is related to permissions. Every possible permissions are allowed on my targeted folder.

Thank you.

vincent

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#11-Dec-19 16:19

Linking a FGDB in the project and copy/paste something in it (table or drawing) leads to the same error at the end of the process.

vincent

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#11-Dec-19 16:58

169.0 is able to do the export.

169.9 : failed

170.0 : failed

The final GDB, from 169.0, weight 10 GB.

tjhb

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#11-Dec-19 18:00

I will try this soon, but what components are you trying to export/copt to GDB?

vincent

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#11-Dec-19 18:08

I made a drawing with Trace from an image.

vincent

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#11-Dec-19 18:11

But a simple line in a new drawing cannot be exported too.

vincent

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#11-Dec-19 18:37

There is one difference : 169.0 is installed on my system and the other versions are stand-alone.

adamw


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#12-Dec-19 14:54

Install the latest version of the Visual C++ runtime libraries from:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2977003/the-latest-supported-visual-c-downloads

If you installed 170.0 as EXE or MSI, you'd have received this latest version of the VC runtime automatically, but since you used a portable ZIP, you have to install it manually. We call out when you have to update these libraries in the cutting edge threads, if you are using public builds only, just update them every time you switch to a new public build.

0x80004005 is access violation. 170.0 is linked against the new version of the VC runtime. Older versions of the VC runtime contain a bug that makes them not forward-compatible in a couple of places, so when you use 170.0 with those older versions things work until you step onto the bug and it so happens that the GDB interface is one of the affected places.

Dimitri

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#12-Dec-19 06:51

What, exactly, are you doing - step by step?

Can you reproduce this using a small project that you can post here as an .mxb?

vincent

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#12-Dec-19 13:29

As mentionned above : create a new drawing, add a line, export to GDB : "Unspecified FGDB error : 0x80004005"

Dimitri

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#12-Dec-19 14:05

Works fine for me.

By the way, your description is not step by step. Step by step is more like "with the focus on the drawing, I chose File - Export. I then navigated to [folder name] and in the Save as type box I chose GDB Files. I then clicked Export."

My guess is that you might be trying to export the GDB into a folder where you don't have write permissions or the ability to create a folder.

vincent

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#12-Dec-19 14:55

My guess is that you might be trying to export the GDB into a folder where you don't have write permissions or the ability to create a folder

Then why 169.0 is able to export in this same folder ?

tjhb

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#13-Dec-19 03:12

Vincent did you see Adam's detective work above, posted just before your last post?

vincent

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#13-Dec-19 14:43

Got it. It's working now. Adam always provides sharp explanations.

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