Conflicting mount locations

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Conflicting mount locations

Postby » Thu Mar 16, 2023 4:17 pm

Hello everyone,

I am developing a plugin for Cameo system Modeller 2021R2x. My plugin uses there sysml profile which is in the requirements plugin. On building my plugin, copying it to the plugins folder and using it, I get the following warning message for the SysML constraints -- "This package has conflicting mount locations in the project: the mounting location of SysML constraints in project Another_Project is different than in other projects."

This warning seems to lead to errors else where. Why am I getting this warning and how do I fix this?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Conflicting mount locations

Postby » Fri Apr 14, 2023 12:10 am

The warning message suggests that the SysML constraints package is mounted in multiple locations within your Cameo System Modeler project, which can cause conflicts and errors.
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To resolve this, you can try the following steps:

Check if the SysML constraints package is mounted in multiple locations in your project. You can do this by opening the Cameo Explorer view, expanding the Project browser, and looking for the package in question.
If the package is mounted in multiple locations, you can try removing the conflicting mounts by right-clicking on the package and selecting "Remove Mount". Alternatively, you can try changing the mount location of the package to a consistent location across all projects.
After removing or changing the mount locations, rebuild your plugin and test it again to see if the warning message and errors have been resolved.
If the above steps do not resolve the issue, you may need to consult the Cameo System Modeler documentation or contact their support team for further assistance.
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