Is it possible to create a Slope Stake Report for multiple baselines?. When I generate the report, it only creates a report for the first baseline of the corridor. All of my sample lines are in the same section group, so I'm wondering why it would not create all my sampled stations.
I know this is old, but it was never answered and I haven't seen any other similar threads.
Has anyone found a suitable workaround workaround for this? I have a project that (3) baselines but can only get the first one to report out.
It appears that the only workaround I can find is to Report out the first one base line then delete it, report it out again, delete the baseline.....
Turning the baseline off didn't work, tried that.
I can confirm that this works for multiple baselines in Civil 3D 2014 and 2013. Maybe what you're doing wrong is that you don't have a sample line group for each alignment that is a baseline in your corridor.
Attached is a sample with a single report covering two baselines.
I had to change the file extension to .txt so that I can post it here. You will need to change it back to .html in order to view it correctly.
Copy the existing alignment and make that the baseline for left. Keep the existing alignment as the baseline for right.
You can get sample lines for each side of the existing alignment as separate Sample Line Groups, but the slope stake report won't recognize the multiple groups for one baseline.
Just curious, why would the corridor be modeled with right separate from left using the same alignment? It's either a workflow I haven't seen before or the user didn't know the full capabilities of corridors.
I've seen similar behaviour in the Material Quantity calculations. I have a project with multiple baselines created on the same alignment. The corridor design works fine and I have a sample line group with sections along the entire length of the project but when I compute material volumes it only works for the first corridor baseline.
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He was using this method so when changes on one side are needed you don't have to change the other side of the roadway. Common for us to have existing frontage on one side with new on the other, then it might swap and be the opposite. It's not a target issue, more of structural changing (drop sidewalk) type changes.
The copying of the alignment works, BUT it's kind of messy at this stage of the project. He had (10) profiles with the main CL and needed (4) copies. This gave us 40 profiles and 4 profile views we didn't need. We could have XML'd out and back in but that's just another step.
At this point It looks like run the report, then delete first baseline, run report...... (quit out) Works the easiest.
Not to belabor the point, and I know you're busy, but making changes to your design on one side of the street does not require changes to the other side. Just make a region that includes the proper assembly with the drop sidewalk only on the one side.
Like you said, it sounds like it's too late for this project, but your colleague might want to re-consider his approach for the next.
Have a great day!
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