AutoCAD Inventor :: Task Scheduler Returns Zipped Files While Exporting IDW To DXF

Dec 14, 2011

I need to export my IDW drawings to DXF.

As long there are lot of files I wish the Task Scheduler will do that job.

It actually does but only with "File" option. I mean I cannot take a whole Folder

since there is no DXF option and should click each file and set the DXF there.

The second big problem it returns zipped DXF files, I cannot get rid of that.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Use Task Scheduler To Migrate All IPT Files

Aug 24, 2010

I am trying to use Task Scheduler to migrate all my .ipt files from 2010 to 2011. When I do it however it gives me the error , "cannot create Task" in a little pop up message box. It does this will types of task , i.e. I can not create any tasks ever.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Why Use Task Scheduler To Migrate Files

Nov 27, 2012

what is the benefit of using Task Scheduler to migrate all of my Inventor files to the latest versions?

I've upgraded several times, but I've never done a full file migration.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Export Files Using Task Scheduler

May 8, 2012

I want to save a bunch of inventor 2009 idw's  to AutoCad dwg's

I realize there are add-ins available for doing this, however i wanted to see how Task Scheduler performed this. I chose a export files task then selected the idw's to save as dwg's

This all went well until i looked at the result.

two things the dwg is saved as filename.idw.dwg     I do not want or need the .idw in the new file name, but can find no setting to remove this.

The dwg's are saved to a zip file. Again i neither need or want these in a zip file I just want them save in the same folder as the idw.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Task Scheduler - Using It To Get Non-Inventor Files From Vault

Nov 18, 2011

We are trying to get task scheduler to automatically download certain files from the Vault. Templates and Styles. The templates work great, but there is no way to specify any filetypes other than Inventor filetypes. Am I missing something? Is there a way to specify non-inventor filetypes?

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Printing With Task Scheduler

Nov 15, 2013

I am trying to batch plot a series of IDW drawings through task scheduler, the results is the wrong proportions and size, I am wondering if there is setup command in task scheduler that can be modified or if the proportions are wrong due to the IDW setup within Inventor itself i.e. page not setup correctly.

Autodesk Inventor Professional 2013 SP2 64-Bit Edition
Windows 7 HP Z400, Intel Xeon W3550 3.07GHz
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AutoCAD Inventor :: Task Scheduler Is Not Responding

Mar 21, 2012

I´m having a problem with the Inventor 2012 Task Scheduler. I´ve done a couple of migration tasks over the last 2 months, actually quite some big tasks on our Vault Server.

Now I´m getting no more access to the application, it´s either showing a message that the server is busy and not responding or the application starts up and sits for a minute in the task bar and then opens up but still I can´t click any menus or create a report to control the tasks I've done earlier.

But I need to check the last couple of tasks to see which files have been successfully migrated and which are not. I know that I can view the logfiles manually but that still leaves me with no more tasks that I need to run to fix our database and Inventor files.

Let the application run with administrator rights doesn't work either. What else could be done to get the task scheduler back up running?

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Task Scheduler - Reinstall

Mar 12, 2009

My task scheduler crashes as soon as I dbl click on it, does not even go to main window. Is there a way to only reinstall this part of INV Suite.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Task Scheduler And Run API / Macro

Jun 27, 2012

Is there a way by which I can run a vba - macro over all the file in a folder using Task scheduler.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Command Line - Task Scheduler

Jul 16, 2013

I want to automate the check in of design files to Vault on each PC, prior to running workspace sync (Vault) which does have command line support.

I know you can schedule tasks within the Inventor Task scheduler, but has task scheduled the Inventor Task Scheduler? I suppose in theory you could schedule the launch of Inventor Task scheduler via the Windows one? or is there any need? If the Inventor Task scheduler isn't running, but a task has been scheduled, will it execute the program itself?

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Task Scheduler File Naming?

Jan 3, 2013

I am batch publishing .idw files to .dwf and the default file name that it creates is XXXXX.idw.dxf. how to remove the .idw? Is there is setting in Task Scheduler that can be changed?

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AutoCAD Inventor :: 2013 Task Scheduler Log File?

Aug 2, 2012

When I am in the Autodesk 2013 Task Scheduler and I click on the log file path to view the log file..... I get the log file, but it also opens the "View Downloads" window.. which I dont want.

It just started this in 2013 and it does it on every computer that I have tried it on.

Is there a way to make it not open the "View Downloads" when I view the log file?

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AutoCAD Inventor :: 2013 Task Scheduler Locksup

May 8, 2012

It has done this a few times on me with different files. I am trying to migrate our library of parts. It will get to 76% complete and locks up. showing no memory in use and not building any memory in the task manger process. I set the options to skip unresolved and to not purge old versions. I have to kill the process and then stop the task to close it. I am having more trouble with 2013 in the first couple months than I did with all of 2012. too late to turn back now.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Task Scheduler Failed To Connect?

Dec 4, 2012

I have been having problems getting Task Scheduler to work. Its failing to connect to the database?

Its teløling me that path is not valid. How to I change path to be valid?

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Feature Recognition With Task Scheduler

Sep 27, 2006

I am using task scheduler to import about 20 Step files. I have feature recognition installed which of is a bit of a problem with Task Scheduler. Besides uninstalling, is there a way to suppress the dialog box that comes up on import of a step file.

I do not really want to watch my 20 step files being imported.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Task Scheduler - Errors In Log File

Dec 14, 2011

I just created and ran a migrate task using the Autodesk Task Scheduler.  I selected several folders and migrated the files from Vault.  When the task completed, there were several files that failed.  The majority of them had "---Failed at Child" in the log.

Just to see what the problem was, I did a get latest on several of these that failed and then opened them in Inventor.  They all opened just fine without any errors at all.

I am also seeing some entries like "xyz.ipt in 12345.iam -- File does not exist.  When I opened the iam after the task was complete, there was no errors and it found the xyz.ipt file.

Question is, why does the task scheduler report these in the log, when there is nothing wrong with the files?

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AutoCAD Inventor :: 2013 - Task Scheduler Won't Support Vault Project

Aug 1, 2012

I have installed Inventor 2013 on a machine just so that I can use this machine to migrate my files using the Autodesk Task Scheduler.  I started the TS, then Create Task>Migrate Files task.  I selected my "Vault" project and get a message that says "Vault Projects not supported". 

I noticed that in the Migrate Files dialog, there is not a box at the top that says "Migrate from Vault".

This is installed on "Windows Server Standard x64"  OS. 

I tried a repair install and Reinstall on the Inventor 2013 installation. Problem still persists.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Run Drawing Resources Transfer Wizard With Task Scheduler

Mar 8, 2013

I'd like to be able to queue up a set of processes using Inventor's task scheduler.  Ideally I'd be able to queue it, leave, and have it done in the morning.

The process is this:

1.  Check Inventor dwg files out from vault
2.  migrate files to 2013
3.  Run drawing resource transfer wizard
4.  Check files back in
5.  Export all files to AutoCAD dwg format

How can I queue step 3 to run through task scheduler?  DRTW is not an option in the task scheduler. I'll be giving it the same settings to use every time.

Win7 x64 - 16gb ram
i7 3610qm
FirePro M4000
Inventor 2013
ETO 6.1

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Task Scheduler (Unresolved References) Error Message

Sep 29, 2011

I am looking to batch convert my IDWs to AutoCad DWGs without having to go through and manually open each file and save as etc.  Right now I am using the export files task to do this.  I have saved an *.ini file with all the settings I want and successfully create the task.  After running the task it fails to convert all the files giving me an error message that says "File has unresolved references".  This shouldn't be the case though because the IDW's open and reference the part/assembly files fine.

Autodesk Inventor Professional 2010 32bit edition SP3

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Dec 22, 2009

I have set up one computer to run the Task Scheduler to get the latest versions of my Library files (this is done with mutliple tasks thoughout the day). Is there a way to copy the scheduled tasked set up on this computer to other computers without manually setting up each machine.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Batch Print Series Of DWGs (2012) Through Task Scheduler

Nov 29, 2011

I am trying to batch print a series of Inventor dwg's (2012) thru task scheduler.

However, if I try to select any files that have a "-" in the filename it get teh following error: "....... The above filename is invalid."

Filename example:  XXXXXX-XXXX.dwg

I have tried files without the "-" and they appear to work just fine from the same folder.

Is Task Scheduler limited on characters?  If so what are the limitations on filenames that Task Scheduler will work?

Win 7 64 bit.

Inventor Pro 2012

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AutoCAD Inventor :: 2012 Task Scheduler Won't Support Vault Project File

Mar 29, 2012

I tried to use 2012 task scheduler to migrate files, got an error message saying it won't support vault project file. I used vault project file for version 2010.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Exporting PDF - HasSaveCopyAsOptions Returns False

Nov 21, 2012

I have a VB.NET routine that exports a pdf using the TranslatorAddIn interface.  I copied the example from the api help.

The pdf is created, but only the first sheet of the drawing is exported.  I uncommented the following line in the example code, and still no change:

oOptions.Value("Sheet_Range") = kPrintAllSheets

I added a message box, to make sure I was reaching that line, and I found that I was not in fact reaching that line.  Why is this?  In some posts here related to dwf exporting also using the TranslatorAddIn, the first argument of HasSaveCopyAsOptions was oDataMedium instead of oDocument, so I tried that, too, but still no change.

Here is the code of the export to PDF routine from the api example:

Public Sub PublishPDF() ' Get the PDF translator Add-In. Dim PDFAddIn As TranslatorAddIn Set PDFAddIn = ThisApplication.ApplicationAddIns.ItemById("{0AC6FD96-2F4D-42CE-8BE0-8AEA580399E4}") 'Set a reference to the active document (the document to be published). Dim oDocument As Document
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AutoCAD Inventor :: MDT Import Files Via Task Manager

Jan 18, 2011

I created a task to import (convert) a specified folder of MDT files using a specified ini file to ignore the layout drawings (tests resulted in near-useless idws with most missing drawing views - mainly due to our ignorance in creating MDT drawings).  I specified a subfolder as the destination for the converted ipt files.  After the task runs, the ipt files appear in the main folder (where I did not want them), while the destination folder has files with the names of <original part number>.dwg.ipt.  The ipt and dwg.ipt files appear identical and have the same feature tree.

A typical entry in the Import.txt file is:

22926.dwg Get Translator Success   ...InventorConvert MDT Files
dwg 22926.dwg Open Success    ...InventorConvert MDT Files
dwg 22926.dwg Import Success    ...InventorConvert MDT FilesInventor parts converted from MDT files22926.dwg.ipt
dwg 22926.dwg Close Success    ...InventorConvert MDT Files

So I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong here.  It appears to be mainly working, but it will require cutting/pasting/deleting I wasn't expecting.  The main goal here is to create ipt files that our CAM system can (we hope) work directly with, as they dumped the MDT translators a while back.

Inventor Professional 2014 64 SP1
Windows 7 64 bit - SP1
Xeon E5-1620
16 GB Ram
Quadro 2000

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Photoshop :: Can Fonts Be Emailed In Zipped Files

Feb 5, 2012

Is it true that one can not email "zipped" fonts?  I am having a great deal of trouble loading these fonts into a library to use for InDesign. The sender has zipped the fonts.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: How To Open Zipped Content Center Library

Oct 29, 2013

If you forgot to install DIN libraries during your original configuration:

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Lightroom :: Photoshop No Longer Returns Edited Files

Dec 21, 2013

After sending files to Photoshop for further editing, use simple "save" command to return them to Lightroom. That used to work but now only JPEG files do round trip, not raw files (DNGs) although round tripping to Elements works fine. Photoshop is saving them to my catalogue instead.

Adobe agent spent more than an hour tinkering with my computer before giving up. Tried to blame use of DNG but this is an Adobe invention. Also said to use synchronise folder command as a work round but this restores deleted files as well. He promised to "escalate the problem" and I would be called back, but that was a week ago.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Exporting Dwg Files From Idw Files

May 31, 2013

Does the exported dwg file always have to be a zip file?  I have tried save as a dwg file but it seems to be an Invnetor dwg which has the geometry as a block when opened with AutoCAD.  It is a little easier to explode the block in AutoCAD rather than open and extract the zip file, save the extracted dwg then delete the zip file.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Exporting To STL Files

Jun 6, 2012

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Exporting Files With 2012?

Feb 27, 2013

I have a customer that wants the .idw file. If I do a save as and ship him the file I know all the links will be broken and won't work right. I remember in AutoCad had a command called Etransit where you can export a drawing and have everything attached to it exported with it so you didn't lose the xrefs, layers, ect.... Does inventor have something like that where I can export the .idw and it'll attach all the .ipt and .iam files to it in like a .zip file?

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Exporting To Step Files?

Nov 5, 2013

I can use the program and quite happily create components, sub assemblys, and master assemblys.Our company still doesn't have ANY 3D FILES. I have been tasked with eventually creating a full range of end product drawings as Step files. They are wanting BIMS. I see this a step to far atm.....

With the products that manufacture inhouse (industrial / comercial boilers) I have produced each individual component within the boiler to eventually aid to manufacture and bombs to intergrate with SAP.

With doing this every boiler I have done in inventor all the components are there and easily accessable. Am I right in thinking it needs to be exported as a step file to lock everything within the master assembly.

When I have exported it to a step file, when it comes to importing it into an  assembly file the components are still accessable when expanded in the menu at the side. Is this because im opening it on my computer or have I done something wrong.....

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