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    Yusairi

    Hi Christina,
    This message only happened to my access ID and the other user not having any issue when try to open the flow impacted.

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    Christina Costello

    Hi Yusairi,  what version of Analyze are you running?

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    Yusairi

    Hi Christina,
    I'm using Data3Sixty Analyze v3.4.3.5100.
    Same as what my team mate access to.
    Since the origin flow had been back-up, I took a risky way to export the existing flow that I can't open (I don't want to waste my time to re-draw all the new changes had been made). Then, import back under the same folder and overwrite the existing flow.

    Then, I am be able to access. In addition, I had requested my team mate to access from their side and they can access as usual with the latest new changes I had made.

    I don't if this is a correct way but based from your step, I am follow step 1 and step 3 in same folder and overwrite the existing flow.

    Maybe you can advice more why it's happen.

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    Christina Costello

    Hi Yusairi,

    It fails because the application cannot find the edit session (user token) object where your updates are stored before they are saved. The reason it doesn't happen for other users is because the edit session that they use exists. Each user has its own edit session for each data flow that is edited, even if the data flow is shared.

    Would it be possible for you & your team to upgrade? This issue is fixed in later versions.

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