Illegal import: Module 1,01,02 Block 1001 on sheet 1010200A.CAD imports Module 1,06,06 Block 1234 (not exception-reported).
This message says that we found a block that is being imported illegally. If a block that is not an exception report is being imported from the loop, it will not work.
Illegal import: AI/L Reference on sheet 1470304A.CAD imports Module 1,10,02 Block 1010 (not exception-reported).
This example shows the attempt to use an AI/L block to import the output of a F(x) FC 1 block, which is not an exception report.
Often, this error leads to uncovering unused or reused logic. Blocks are sometimes used without the knowledge that their values are being imported in another module, PCU or loop. You get a check for this situation on every DBDOC build.
Illegal import: DI/L Reference on sheet 10404X1A.CAD imports Module 1,03,02 Block 4129 (not exception-reported).
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.
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