Another possibility is that there has been a change in the file hierarchy between the Frame document and the linked files. Have there been any changes to the names or the permissions on the targeted files or the directories in which they reside, or has the master Frame file been moved?
--William Sage DeRosier wrote: > HELP! > > > > Here we are on the bleeding edge of a deadline and my production guru > who puts together our master PDF from multiple files of multiple > stand-alone books has encountered one file with suddenly +70 broken > cross-references to multiple different files (both from inside that > file's original stand-alone set and others). > > > > He writes: > > > > Unfortunately, the only fix I can do is of the one-by-one manual type. > The errors are odd: The messages say "Cannot find the file" etc., but as > I dig down to the target / source I AM finding the referenced headings > -- so they ARE there, they're not deleted -- but somehow over 70 of them > were broken. Normally, since the target / sources are there, they would > update automatically when the book is generated or x-refs are updated. > I've tried to update the x-refs using a variety of techniques, but they > simply won't update automatically like they should. > > > > Anybody have an idea what might have happened? Do you have a clue as to > how to speed up fixing this sort of thing without having to visit each > and every cross-ref? > > > > Thanks in advance for any suggestions. > > > > Regards, > > Sage DeRosier > > sage.derosier at businessobjects.com > > Business Objects