Monthly Archives: June 2016

What To Do If You Get ‘Record Not Found In Local Datastore’ Error

Once in a while, when committing changes to a network in InfoWorks ICM or InfoNet , you may receive an error such as this one: There are several reasons why this problem may have occurred. Innovyze has resolved many of these … Continue reading

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SQL Prompts and Custom Actions to edit River Reach Parameters in InfoWorks ICM

The SQL or Structured Query Language functionality in InfoWorks ICM is a highly powerful and flexible way to edit a model network properties. A simple SQL which is commonly used when building river reaches is the following to set the … Continue reading

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Dealing With Some Common Invalid Signature Errors

Upon opening InfoWorks ICM or InfoNet or a master database within one of these software platforms, you may encounter an Invalid Signature error preventing you from working in your database. If the error reads something like: INVALID SIGNATURE followed by … Continue reading

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Preprocessing Error When Attempting to Run a Simulation in InfoWorks ICM

When attempting to run a simulation, you may receive a Preprocessing error that looks something like this: FAILED – Pre-processing failed: Failed to open database: \\servername\seriesoffolders\database.icmm – Access to \\servername\seriesoffolders\database.icmm was denied This problem is related to the fact that … Continue reading

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How to Convert Your Standalone Database to a Workgroup Database in InfoNet or InfoWorks ICM

InfoWorks ICM and InfoNet were designed to allow for multi-user access and editing within a “workgroup” structure. When a database resides anywhere other than a user’s local machine, it should be set up as a workgroup database rather than a … Continue reading

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