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V9 designer not opening after an error.

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Posted Apr 01 by Mike Gibson.

I have a 7.6 form that was converted through the migration tool to v9 and when I went into to the properties of a label I got the dreaded red X in the properties pane and the error message that goes with it. No big deal I'll just quit and re-open, I have seen this before. However, this time the designer will not open back up. I checked the error logs and received this message: System.InvalidCastException' occurred and was caught. I logged off and logged back into the server, same thing. I rebooted, same thing. I cleared my temporary files, same thing. Other users on the same server are not having this issue. Can anyone help?

 

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Do you mean others can open the same file and do not get the same problem? If so, sounds like a cache error to me. The Designer seems to suffer from these a lot.

 

We typically find and delete temporary files. We are trying to document these in a thread here, as they are not documented anywhere, and seem to get put all over the place in a fairly random fashion:

<a data-ignore="a/b" target="_blank" href="http://metastorm.processmapping.com.au/post?id=5167625">http://metastorm.processmapping.com.au/post?id=5167625</a>

 


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I have been working on other solutions without issue while he has been trying to address his situation … we are both working on the same server since we are in an early conversion environment.

 

I just opened his solution, was able to open the form he had his X item on, clicked on a few items on the form itself, and was able to save his solution and "save as" into a different location.

 

So it must be something with his set-up even though we are both on the same server.


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Thanks for the help it was the isloatedStorage fodler that needed cleared. FYI, under for x86 the directory is located at:

 

c:\documents and settings\<username>\Local Settings\Application Data\

 

 

 


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