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Parcel Segments and Feature Lines - Interaction

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04-27-2007 12:16 PM
C3D 2008

Create Parcel Segments using the Slide Angle Create command
Create a Feature Line in the same Site that bisects any/all of the Slide Angle Create Segments
Save, close and reopen the drawing
Parcel Segments now terminate at the intersection of the FL

Not sure if this is as designed, and I don't recall this behavior in 2007. We have used FLs to assign elevations to Parcel Segments in 2007, looks like this is no longer possible.


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Re: Parcel Segments and Feature Lines - Interaction

02-05-2013 07:52 AM in reply to: cderrico

We just ran into similiar problem in our 2011 version. If I create feature lines for my surface in the same default "Site 1" that I create parcels in, the parcel segments will be broken up wherever they intersect with the feature lines I used in developing my surface. This had happened before but did not do much trouble shooting, and rarely had feature lines intersecting boundary lines. This appears to be similiar problem in 2006 post 

To avoid this in future I will have to ensure my surface feature lines are in a different named Site than my parcels.

Has anyone come across this in the 2012 and 2013 versions?


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Re: Parcel Segments and Feature Lines - Interaction

02-05-2013 10:02 AM in reply to: Maine-iac



To not have the intersection between the lines is necessary to create in different sites.



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Re: Parcel Segments and Feature Lines - Interaction

02-05-2013 10:29 AM in reply to: cderrico

This is not a Bug  its a feature  :smileysurprised:

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