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    DougO
    What were you doing or trying to do when the error came up? What was the error message?
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    DougO
    What were you doing or trying to do when the error came up? What was the error message?
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    bridget_spin
    I was modifying sector 51 under study area data. Then I reconstructed the model and it said it had already been built. I reconstructed it anyhow and went back to check the sector. That's when I got the error.
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    bridget_spin
    I was modifying sector 51 under study area data. Then I reconstructed the model and it said it had already been built. I reconstructed it anyhow and went back to check the sector. That's when I got the error.
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    DougO
    What was the error message?
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    DougO
    What was the error message?
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    bridget_spin
    It says, "Error: Too few parameters. Expected 9. Code: 3061"
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    bridget_spin
    It says, "Error: Too few parameters. Expected 9. Code: 3061"
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    DougO
    Sorry, you had the error messge in your first post. The IMPLAN model is an Access database. When editing a model, eventually Access runs out of resources. Go to Tools>Compact a model; in IMPLAN and compact your model. It should be usable again.
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    DougO
    Sorry, you had the error messge in your first post. The IMPLAN model is an Access database. When editing a model, eventually Access runs out of resources. Go to Tools>Compact a model; in IMPLAN and compact your model. It should be usable again.
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    bridget_spin
    Ok. I did that, but it still gives the error message.
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    bridget_spin
    Ok. I did that, but it still gives the error message.
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    DougO
    ZIP up the model iap file (c:\program files\implan professional 2.0\models directory) and send it to info@implan.com. I will have to look at it.
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    DougO
    ZIP up the model iap file (c:\program files\implan professional 2.0\models directory) and send it to info@implan.com. I will have to look at it.
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    DougO
    The model is corrupted somehow. I was able to build a model with the same county (2002) and enter your edits with no problem. Restart, if you have the same problem it may be the odf file, I will then resend it to you. Sorry.
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    DougO
    The model is corrupted somehow. I was able to build a model with the same county (2002) and enter your edits with no problem. Restart, if you have the same problem it may be the odf file, I will then resend it to you. Sorry.
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