Drawing View on Drawing Component Template has Overrides
This message identifies a drawing view on a drawing component template sheet that has overrides. A drawing view on a template sheet should never have overrides. The software uses overrides to track the differences between the view on the template and the view on the generated drawing. In cases where the properties of a generated view have been modified to be different than those of the template view, the generated view has corresponding overrides to keep track of the changes.
A workflow that causes this corruption has not been identified.
Updating drawings beneath this component yields unexpected results due to the overrides that exist on the template.
What You Should Do
Use the Synchronize Drawing Component Templates custom command to repair this component.
Open the model.
Click Tools > Custom Commands.
Run the Synchronize Drawing Component Templates custom command. For more information on this command, see Custom Commands in the Common User's Guide.
On the Synchronize Drawing Component Templates dialog box, select the corrupted component in the Component to repair field.
The Component to repair field is populated with any corrupted components.
Select the source component in the Source component menu.
This workflow cannot be undone. Make sure that the source component template is correct before synchronizing.
The source component must be the same type as the corrupted component.
The source component cannot be corrupted.
The number of views on the source component must be the same as the number of views on the corrupted component.
The names of the views on the source component must match the view names of the corrupted component.
Any view overrides that exist on the generated drawings are preserved after the parent template is synchronized.