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derek.gray
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Trimble Feature Codes -> Desckeys

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12-23-2011 12:23 PM

We have our Trimble TSC3 setup and working nicely to collect field data using Trimbles feature codes... question is, is there a way to import/convert these feature codes into DescKeys... I'm working on a convoluted way but in the end I don't think it will work because I can't save it to Access-97 format... Is there an easy way or am I doomed... Thanks_DRG

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derek.gray
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Re: Trimble Feature Codes -> Desckeys

12-23-2011 01:10 PM in reply to: derek.gray

working in Civil3d2012 SP1

Windows 7 64-bit

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Jeff_M
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Re: Trimble Feature Codes -> Desckeys

12-23-2011 02:32 PM in reply to: derek.gray

I don't have anything Trimble to know what format(s) it can save to. Can you export the keys to XML or plain text file? Can you post a small example of either one, or both?

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derek.gray
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Re: Trimble Feature Codes -> Desckeys

12-23-2011 02:58 PM in reply to: Jeff_M

I will put together what ive found and post back after the holiday... thanks for the reply and Merry Christmas...

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derek.gray
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Re: Trimble Feature Codes -> Desckeys

12-29-2011 07:04 AM in reply to: derek.gray

In the Trimble Feature Editor the available file types to export to are: see attached clip.

 

Unfortunatly the export to .csv doesn't seem to collect all the information. If it would I think I could put the list together, but I would still have to find a way to save-as access97... Thanks

 

--Sorry for the delay I've been out sick--

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Jeff_M
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Re: Trimble Feature Codes -> Desckeys

12-29-2011 08:03 AM in reply to: derek.gray

Why does it need to be saved as an MDB? (Access97) 

 

If you can, would you post a small example fxl file along with a csv created from that file?

 

I'm asking for these because I think it will be possible to write a progarm to import them directly to C3D...but without knowing what these files look like I can't investigate any further. I've searched Google for sample files, with no luck.

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derek.gray
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Re: Trimble Feature Codes -> Desckeys

12-29-2011 08:34 AM in reply to: Jeff_M

Jeff, the page gives me the following error when i attach the .fxl file and try to post it...

 

 

Please correct the highlighted errors and try again.

  • The file does not have a valid extension for an attachment. doc,pdf,dwf,dwg,dxf,dst,gz,gzip,zip,bm,bmp,gif,jfif,jpe,jpeg,jpg,psd,tif,tiff,png,htm,html,xml,xls,lsp,svf,3ds,vcf,png,text,txt,log,env,dcl,rvt,rfa,ipt,iam,ipn,dwfx,idw,csv,nwf,nwc,nwd,sdf are the valid extensions.
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Re: Trimble Feature Codes -> Desckeys

12-29-2011 08:37 AM in reply to: derek.gray

I would be happy to email them to you or if you have another way let me know... Thanks

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Re: Trimble Feature Codes -> Desckeys

12-29-2011 08:42 AM in reply to: derek.gray

Either add it to a zip file or just rename it and add a ".txt" to the end. Then it will post here just fine, as long as it is < 1.5mb

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Re: Trimble Feature Codes -> Desckeys

12-29-2011 08:47 AM in reply to: Jeff_M

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