AR# 14215: 4.2 Project Navigator - Project Navigator does not create the project in the correct directory location when I use the network name as a reference
4.2 Project Navigator - Project Navigator does not create the project in the correct directory location when I use the network name as a reference
Keywords: ISE, 4.2, Project, Navigator, create, Design, Manager, network
When I create a new project in
Project Navigator creates the project on the system drive (in a directory named after the network drive), instead of creating the project on the network drive as I expected.
My system drive is "C", and I define my project directory location as: \\network_name\........\project_directory
The project will be created at c:\network_name\........\project_directory
For Design Manager:
Design Manager will not allow me to create a project if I use the name of the network drive instead rather than the letter that references this drive.
When you create a design that you wish to store on a network drive, the path to the project directory for this new design must be referenced by the letter used to recognize that drive on the network.
The name of your network is "Company". You wish to create a project called "mydesign" and store this project in a directory named " Applications". "Applications" is located on the network drive "work", and this drive has the letter H as a drive reference.
In ISE Project Navigator windows:
- Select File -> New Project.
- In the Project Location field, type the path to the directory: H:\Applications
In the Project Name field, type the name of the project: mydesign
The project will be created and all information relevant to it will be saved on the network in the directory named after the project, which in this example is: H:\Applications\mydesign.