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The Synchronize to SDx Status report lists the objects involved in the synchronize to SDx operation. The report indicates whether the synchronize to SDx for each object was successful or if an error prohibited the object from being synchronized.

  1. Open Project Management, and then click the Integration > SDx Synchronization Monitor command to open the SDx Synchronization Status Window.

    If you have the appropriate level of permissions, you can use also the SDx Synchronization Status Monitor from the Start menu. Click Start > Intergraph Smart 3D SDx Synchronization Status Monitor to open the SDx Synchronization Status window, and then click the Synchronization Status tab.

  2. Select a model in the Model Name list to display the related synchronize status details.

  3. Click Synchronize to SDx Report in the Synchronize to SDx Status pane to open the Report Settings Dialog.

  4. Under Date, select All to see a report for all synchronization actions irrespective of the date, or set a Date Range to limit the report output for a specific time-frame.

  5. Under Status, select the type of data to include in the report output:

    Click Data error to include objects with data-related errors.

    Click Client/Server error to include objects with server-related issues, for example, the server to which objects are being synchronized is shutdown.

    Click Success to include objects that have been synchronized successfully.

    Click Excluded objects to show objects that have defined class mapping, but the specific instances are excluded by the Share Service at runtime.

    See Status in Report Settings Dialog for information about a specific type of data.

  6. Click Create Report to generate the report and display the output in the Synchronization Status Report Window. You can drag column headings to change or filter the report display.

  7. Review the report output and address any errors. For example, if an object returns a data error, review the object in the model source file. For objects that return a client/server error, resolve the related server issue.

  8. Click Close to close the window and return to the Report Settings Dialog.

    Click Export Report to Export the Synchronize to SDx Status report to Excel.