Solution - ArcFM - Errors When Sending CU to Targets tab in Designer

Version 2

    Behavior

     

    When a Compatible Unit is sent to the Targets tab in Designer, errors occur, and editing is not possible. The following errors appear in the Miner event log:

     

    2013-08-12 08:42:53,449 [1] ERROR [(null)] - MMAttrEditorUI.dll:

    frmEditorUI.TreeView_MMNodeClickedAsSelection:

    Automation error

    Invalid pointer

    Error at line: 596 - Build: 10.10.276

    {log4net:HostName=wcb2255-j41, LoggingAssemblyFileVersion=10.10.0.276}

     

    2013-08-12 08:42:53,449 [1] ERROR [(null)] - "Setting the active proposed object"

    HRESULT: -2147467261

    File: "MMAttributeEditor.cpp"

    Line: 231

    {log4net:HostName=wcb2255-j41, LoggingAssemblyFileVersion=10.10.0.276}

     

    2013-08-12 08:42:53,449 [1]

    ERROR [(null)] - "Preparing the proposed object"

    HRESULT: -2147467261

    File: "MMAttributeEditor.cpp"

    Line: 827

    {log4net:HostName=wcb2255-j41, LoggingAssemblyFileVersion=10.10.0.276}

     

    2013-08-12 08:42:53,449 [1] ERROR [(null)] - "Setting environment"

    HRESULT: -2147467261

    File: "MMAttributeAgent.cpp"

    Line: 111

    {log4net:HostName=wcb2255-j41, LoggingAssemblyFileVersion=10.10.0.276}

     

    2013-08-12 08:42:53,434 [1] ERROR [(null)] - "Setting edit task"

    HRESULT: -2147467261

    File: "MMAttributeAgent.cpp"

    Line: 820

    {log4net:HostName=wcb2255-j41, LoggingAssemblyFileVersion=10.10.0.276}

     

    2013-08-12 08:42:53,434 [1] ERROR [(null)] - "Unspecified"

    File: "MMAttributeAgent.cpp"

    Line: 919

    {log4net:HostName=wcb2255-j41,

    LoggingAssemblyFileVersion=10.10.0.276}

     

    Cause

     

    This is caused by a corrupt Microsoft .NET installation.


    Solution

     

    1. Select Control Panel > Programs and Features.
    2. Uninstall any currently installed Microsoft .NET versions.
    3. Select Turn Windows features on or off.
    4. Uncheck Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.1.
    5. Click OK.
    6. Reboot the computer.
    7. Select Control Panel > Programs and Features.
    8. Select Turn Windows features on or off.
    9. Check Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.1.
    10. Click OK.