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Unregistered Map 3D command

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10-30-2013 10:41 AM

I'm creating a new design using a gas template.  When I click the Industry Model option on the Configuration tab in the ribbon, I get an 'unregistered Map 3D command' error on the command line.  I get the same error for most of the options on the Configuration tab. 


I've tried using the IM_Gas template shipped with the product as well as a gas template I created using the Infrastructure Administrator.  I get the same behavior with both templates.


I have no trouble running these commands when I use an electric template.  Anyone have any idea why this is happening?



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Re: Unregistered Map 3D command

04-23-2014 08:39 AM in reply to: lindaveit

If running an AUD command results in the unknown command error, it is an indication that the underlying AUD modules have not been loaded. This is likely the case for the Gas templates due to missing AUD data model modules. This can be checked in the Map Infrastructure Administrator tool and viewing the currently selected data models. Be sure to use the copy of the tool installed with AUD, not the copy installed with Map, since the AUD installation will include the additional AUD modules.

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