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raghulan
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Civil3d object geometry creation

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10-13-2012 09:02 PM

Hello Ppl, 

 

 I already posted simillar question..found that there isnt api to get pipe geometry..

since we can get the pipe starting point, ending point, lendth elevation, etc. is it possible to create geometry object using this information..is there any example code on how to create geometry data type..

 

any help will be greatly appreciated..!!

 

Thanks

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Daniel.Du
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Re: Civil3d object geometry creation

10-22-2012 08:36 PM in reply to: raghulan

Hi,

 

At least you can use Map 3D API to create geometry if you can get the detail coordinate information of pipe. Please refer to <Map ObjectARX SDK 2013>\Map Samples\Platform\Bridge sample for demo of how to create geomtry from corrdinates. 

 

 



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