XREF>BIND........Invalid!

anyone know of a reason why an xref will not bind? (layer is unlocked, as
are
all nested layers)
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Michael Bulatovich
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Could it be because there's an xref nested inside?
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Michael Bulatovich
go to autodesk.com and search for xref bind invalid
Reply to
Randy Jones
Are there any proxies in the drawing. Some proxy objects are set as non-copyable and will prohibit xref-bind.
Henrik Vallgren
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Henrik Vallgren
I think you may have got it, Henrik.
What are proxies anyway?
Reply to
Michael Bulatovich
Using ObjectARX, one can add new classes of objects to AutoCAD. This is done by adding an DBX application. If you open a drawing that contains such an object, without having the application that defines it, that custom object is turned into a proxy.
I may be able to help you. Contact me by email.
Henrik Vallgren
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Henrik Vallgren
Detach X-Ref. Purge all. If you were going to Bind it, you might as well just insert it at this point. Saves the trouble of any future Bind issues.
Reply to
Duff
This was so long ago I don't remember the circumstance, but I think binding was some last ditch effort.... I don't bind typically.....I was curious about the inability.....
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Michael Bulatovich

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