A project in my folder was copied for someone else to work on and somehow they remained linked meaning that when he deleted his copy it also deleted the original. Within project manager it now says the project is not found in the database. The pages are still there via windows explorer and can still be opened but not via project manager. Our IT system does have a back up but rather than restoring the whole database I was wondering if anyone can tell me which part of the database is causing this problem so we can just restore the relevant parts?
• The Import Drawings command in the Project Manager is now able to import an orphaned Promis.e DGN file and rebuild the intelligence of the drawing upon import. You can now import DWG files as well. Some additional UI enhancements were also done to improve the usability of the tool.
I think a database restore is potentially quite dangerous, depending on the number of other users and/or number of other projects that's been worked on since the restore.
If the database is restored, I assume you'd either have to restore all files (from all projects) that have been worked on since the restore date or run a manual backup within promise on those projects and restore through promise after the database has been restored?
p.s is there any news on the SS8 date? :)