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KTitus
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Message 11 of 29 (310 Views)

Re: Point attribute data will disappear over time

06-14-2013 01:09 PM in reply to: zancudo_tj

We've also reproduced this bug with the explode command

 

- To give a bit more background information:

We're running C3D 2012 SP3

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Nrhoads
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Message 12 of 29 (306 Views)

Re: Point attribute data will disappear over time

06-14-2013 01:40 PM in reply to: zancudo_tj

I was having a problem with "user properties" too.If I imported points with the points toolbar all was fine but if I imported through survey the "user prop" did not show up in the drawing but it was in the prospector view. Survey somehow created its own user property and when I used that one in my point style the problem went away. I can import points through survey or through the points toolbar and my "user prop" shows up now. Not sure if this is any of you guys propblem but I thought I'd chime in just in case.

 

~Nick

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KTitus
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Message 13 of 29 (295 Views)

Re: Point attribute data will disappear over time

06-17-2013 08:17 AM in reply to: Nrhoads

Thanks for the input;

 

I am able to duplicate the problem with survey points so perhaps we're talking about differenet issues. I'm not sure if it's noted yet but the custom data on the point that was erased or exploded is still there. It's just erased from all the other points in the drawing.

 

The nice thing about the survey data-base though is that if we lose the custom data it's very easy to re-import. Unfortunately it doesn't help me with sorting through older data.

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stevekersey
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Message 14 of 29 (285 Views)

Re: Point attribute data will disappear over time

06-17-2013 12:07 PM in reply to: KTitus
Do not delete points graphically any more.
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KTitus
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Message 15 of 29 (280 Views)

Re: Point attribute data will disappear over time

06-17-2013 12:15 PM in reply to: KTitus

So far I can reproduce this bug by deleting the points from the panorama, graphically, or through the all points point group. Is there another method that you're using where the customized cogo point attributes don't dissapear?

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stevekersey
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Message 16 of 29 (274 Views)

Re: Point attribute data will disappear over time

06-17-2013 12:28 PM in reply to: KTitus
Yes, I delete points individually in prospector or create a group in
prospector by selecting graphically first. A high percentage of our work
is high accuracy GIS with attributes brought into C3D 2012 points with a
classification so we don't take a chance with deleting points graphically.
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Survey Project Manager

CEI
3108 S.W. Regency Parkway, Suite 2
Bentonville, AR 72712

Phone: 479-273-9472
Cell: 479-295-2163
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KTitus
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Message 17 of 29 (270 Views)

Re: Point attribute data will disappear over time

06-17-2013 12:38 PM in reply to: stevekersey

Unfortunately i still reproduce the bug if i delete them with a point group, or via the prospector toolbar / panorama;

 

I should note that it's only when we undo our deletion that the attribute data dissapears. We can delete points and not lose the data; but if we try to revert back to a time prior to the deletion we lose all the customized attributes. Things like raw description, full description, etc are unaffected either way.

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stevekersey
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Message 18 of 29 (269 Views)

Re: Point attribute data will disappear over time

06-17-2013 12:43 PM in reply to: KTitus
What version of C3D are you using and do you create your classification in
the survey toolbox extended properties and import it into the drawing?
--
Steve Kersey, PLS
Survey Project Manager

CEI
3108 S.W. Regency Parkway, Suite 2
Bentonville, AR 72712

Phone: 479-273-9472
Cell: 479-295-2163
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Texas
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tdunn3
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Message 19 of 29 (268 Views)

Re: Point attribute data will disappear over time

06-17-2013 12:43 PM in reply to: KTitus

Just do not ever make a mistake and delete any points in your drawing!

 

Since I make mistakes everyonce in a while. I had to write a program using Visual Studio that attaches object data tables to our points. I had to write one program to import points and one to export points. 

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stevekersey
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Message 20 of 29 (265 Views)

Re: Point attribute data will disappear over time

06-17-2013 12:52 PM in reply to: tdunn3
Okay, our data is in Excel. I use VBA macros to export CSV files and C3D
point file formats to read and write to or from the survey toolbox or to
the drawing dasebase. I can then write to C3D tables when we need that.
It may be that any point delete is disconnecting your tables.
--
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Survey Project Manager

CEI
3108 S.W. Regency Parkway, Suite 2
Bentonville, AR 72712

Phone: 479-273-9472
Cell: 479-295-2163
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