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sschachinger
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Registered: ‎09-11-2012
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SDNF-Export: Bug relating to "cutbacks" and "offsets"

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09-11-2012 07:01 AM

Hello everyone and nice greetings from Austria!

First of all i have to apologize my bad english. I'm not a native speaker - so please don't roast me if you find some mistakes. :smileywink:

 

But now back to the topic:


I have found a bug relating to the export of steel structure into the SDNF-format. Attached you can find some detailed pictures which show all relevant information...

 

The problem is that the values for "offsets" and "cutbacks" are mixed up and also "geometrically" summated. Thus the exported SDNF-File is absolutely useless!... A re-import into another programm (for example into PDMS or a strucutral-calculation-program) will not make sence anymore....

 

Has anyone a solution for this problem?

 

@Autodesk:

Can you plase fix this bug? For our company it is really essential to generate "CORRECT" SDNF-files.

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gersteb
Posts: 160
Registered: ‎09-20-2010
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Re: SDNF-Export: Bug relating to "cutbacks" and "offsets"

09-13-2012 06:15 AM in reply to: sschachinger

Hello,

 

As written before via case email (case number 07623901) I have forwarded your request to our development department.

 

Thank you.



Bernd Gerstenberger
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sschachinger
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Re: SDNF-Export: Bug relating to "cutbacks" and "offsets"

09-14-2012 05:00 AM in reply to: gersteb

Hello,

 

Tanks for the response!

Hopefully the development-department will correct this issue!

 

While there's life, there's hope... :smileywink:

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