I have a object data table attached to many polygon. In this table i have 2 line of data. I want to export in a tabloid like microsoft excel. I know autocad have a command to do this...
Thanks a lot for your help
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the way I know is:
Good luck, - alfred -
another way is to export your objects to ESRI SHP including the object data (command: _mapexport). It creates a DBase file (*.dbf) for the attribute data. The file can be opened in EXCEL.
Well, the quickest way to get your goal is probably this:
1] issue the _MAPVIEWTBL command
3] select all the rows, and then CTRL-C
4] in Excel, paste them
i have a problem like this issue...
i have more features with some data properties in their schema
feature1 geometry, prop1 (string), prop2(string) etc.... etc...
feature2 geometry, prop2 (string), prop3(string), prop4(string) etc.... etc...
so i like to have a table in wich i can view a complete report of all features whit their properties
a manual way to do this il opening all data tables, selecting coping and pasting in excel... but i'd like to find a command or macro way to do this automatically
is there a way to do this by a query ? or better whit a spatial query ?
thanks to all !
you can try to use _MAPEXPORT to create a SHP-file, select your objectdata tables to be included in export.
After that is done you have 3 files created, a SHP, a SHX and a DBF ==> open the DBF in e.g. Excel.
Is that what you were looking for?
- alfred -
thank you very much for your answer
yes it could be a very good solution
but it does not work if i have only sdf geographical entityes in each feature. I've not defined any object classes, but only a schema and drawed geographical entities.
I'm an expert user in Autocad but i'm newbee in map, so i don't know if my metod is very good....
1) i've got cad drawings whit polilines and polygons,
2) i've created a query after having associated them,
3) i've exorted the queried entities to a sdf file,
4) i've modified the schema, adding some property data,
5) i've modified or added the geographical entities on each feature in the schema....
now i have to make a report of all the entityes in excel....
your method could be very good for me but it seems does not work whit sdf features....
>> but it seems does not work whit sdf features....
Create a new drawing, us _MAPIMPORT to import your SDF and don't forget to create ODTables from the attribtive data in the SDF, then you can export as described.
And if you alread have SDF, you can open the datagrid for each sdf and use copy&paste or export (under options, button on bottom of grid-view).
Good luck, - alfred -
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