No source: Module 3,32,04 Block 7630 imported - module built
This message shows you that a block is being imported from a module that was built, but the block does not exist in the CAD or CLD files. The CLD/CAD sheets for that module were built, so the block reference appears to be an error.
No source: Module 1,10,02 Block 1733 imported - module built
If the blocks actually exist, this message tells you that they are not in the files you built with DBDOC. Sometimes, this means the CAD or CLD files are not up to date.
The other possibility is that the module CAD or CLD files are simply a stub and there are no configuration drawings for the blocks. If the blocks actually exist, you can use BuildPlus/Tools/Project Options/Define Blocks with External Sources to define them and eliminate the error message.
This message is likely to show an error in the system configuration. It should be reviewed. The issue raised may be in unused logic or graphics, or have other realities that make it a non-issue.
Please contact us for help resolving your error messages.
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