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Surface Cross Section Report from Sample Lines

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03-05-2011 02:09 PM

Hello,

 

Is anybody aware of a command, report, or program that would allow me to generate a report showing the following:

 

  • Station of sample line
  • Offset and elevation at all breakpoints along the sampled tin surface

Basically just a report containing the same information that is plotted in a section view when sampling a surface.  Please note that the surface I am interested in is made up of numerous survey points that are not necessarily on station.  The surface is not generated from feature lines. 

 

Thanks,
Mark

 

 

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Re: Surface Cross Section Report from Sample Lines

03-28-2011 12:31 PM in reply to: 907Trekker

I did figure this out (completely by chance).  If you are looking for this it is under Corridor -> Feature Line Reports -> Then you select the "Surfaces" radio button and it will give you the data you need.

 

I couldn't figure this out because in my case there was no Corridor, and I really felt this would be under something else.

 

I see that 80 people have looked at this post so hopefully this helps somebody!

 

Mark

 

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