I'm a newcomer in this forum, and I'm not sure if my question is in the right place. English is not my mother tongue, so I apologize in advance.
I work as a engineering tools developer, and some of my clients use Civil 3D. My work consists on developing extra tools, in order to expand the capabilities of Civil 3D according to client needs.
So I'm interested on having a good understanding of the Object Model.
My problem is that I can't use the SuperElevationData object, for Civil 3D 2013. According to Object Model, http://docs.autodesk.com/CIV3D/2012/ENU/API_Refere
On the one hand it seems to be disappeared from the libraries, but on the other hand it is possible calculating superelevation as a standard user.
And what is more, all of the objects, that depend on SuperElevationData, have disappeared.
Does anyone know what happened to the SuperElevationData object in Civil 3D 2013?.
Thanks in advance
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Yes, it has migrated to the .NET API. THis is one reason that we have been told to quit using lisp for customizing C3D....more and more things will be exposed in .NET only.
Welcome to the forums. Jeff's already answered your question. I just wanted to point out that there is an AutoCAD Civil 3D Customization forum that you might like to participate in.
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