My Coworker Setup a SysCap Project an his local PC, draw the Shematic, modified if neccessary some part from the Library, normal dodo....
After my cowork is finished with the schematic task , i copy the hole project to my local PC and start my task. Controlling, layouting etc.
But now some of the modified part are not in sync and i can not make a netlist or transfer the schematic to the pcb database.
I think the problem is still that my local pulse is not sync with the library that has been changed from my coworker, and that my symbol in the schematic is newer as the from my local pulse server.
The only workaround is to delete the atom_v6 folder on my mashine and wait that the pulse rebuild his database.
After this proecced it mostly worked now.
What is the correct way to work an 2 workplace with a shared library on a external folder in a non enterprice enviroment?
You can set up a common CDS_SITE area and keep all the shared libraries there. All users in the team can point to this CDS_SITE. When you copy over the project to your local machine, you should see parts in sync since you are pointing to the same shared libraries. Any part modification in the library would indicate part as out of sync in the design, which can then be synchronized using Tools > Part Manager.
Thanks for the Feedback,
Just as you write it, it should be.
It's exactly as I would expect but unfortunately it doesn't work that way.
Without delete the atom_v6 folder it is unpossible to sync the parts. (Partmanager Sync does not work).
Question: Will Cadence R&D monitor this thread or is this only a community help area here.
You can try to download and install the latest hotfix and see if the issues that you are seeing is resolved. Deleting atom_v6 folder should not be required. If the issue persists you can get in touch with the Cadence Support Team