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Spike55
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Registered: ‎10-01-2012
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Polylines with FeatId

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10-01-2012 09:48 AM

Hello,

 

Is there anyway to read the featId attribute of a polyline and assign the elevation to the polyline? All the polylines are at elevation 0. Is there a lisp routine to do this?

 

PS: I do not have the shp file from GIS only the AutoCAD drawing with the polylines already created and their featId.

 

Thank you in advance for any input.

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tcorey
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Re: Polylines with FeatId

10-01-2012 10:31 AM in reply to: Spike55

A few years ago I wrote a routine for a customer who wanted to do exactly what you describe. If you send the drawing, I can modify it work work for you.

 

Tim

 

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Delta Engineering Systems
Redding, CA
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AllenJessup
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Re: Polylines with FeatId

10-01-2012 11:03 AM in reply to: Spike55

You may still be able to use a Mapquery to query the polylines from that file and add the featid field as the elevation. Find instructions [HERE] in post #3. Ignore the expression for converting the elevation and only use the elevation stored in freatid.

 

Allen

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