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NWDI Issue - Cannot checkout missing file that was checked out exclusively

Hello, I'm getting error when I try to edit a file (mdmapi_assembly.pp) on my project.

This file was checked out exclusively on another computer, that's does not exist anymore (even it's owner lol).

This error appear on DTR Console:

EDIT (FAILED: server response: Conflict [(pre||post)-condition failed: x:cannot-checkout-exclusively-checkedout-resource]) mdmapi_assembly.pp (C:\......\_comp\def\mdmapi_assembly.pp)

Anyone can help me?

Thanks anyway!

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2008 at 10:46 PM

    Hi Julio,

    I think that some one created an activity on this specific componet and left it open. It looks like that activity never check-in. To make sure this please log on to Component Build Service>>Now select your build space and compartment>> now click on Pending activities.

    See if there are any pending activites left? if there are , if you can, request basis to delete the open activity if it is not useful and nobody was using it. Sync the latest version and it shopuld allow to create a new activity. If there are no pending activites and you still see the same error then delete the project and configurations from the local NWDS. Reimport the configurations from the Development configurations perspective, and try create a project for the specific DC and try creating an activity,

    Thanks

    Krishna

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