AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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Can't see QTO units data

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08-27-2013 03:48 AM

I'm following typical QTO tutorial . 

I'm playing with "getting started" cvs & xml data..

I load files and see the data but not the units 

 

- In addition I can't associate items to my corridor codes (code set styles)

- also I can't use the search filter on QTO manager

What can be happen ?

 

Thanks.

 

 

 

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Civil 3D (2013) how much you have to improve....

The problem was the separator used ( depends on my regional settings). 

I had the info at the event viewer.... 

Sorry....

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Re: Can't see QTO units data

08-28-2013 04:00 AM in reply to: tonnot

The problem was the separator used ( depends on my regional settings). 

I had the info at the event viewer.... 

Sorry....

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Civil 3D (2013) how much you have to improve....

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Re: Can't see QTO units data

03-20-2014 01:28 PM in reply to: tonnot

Do you know if it's possible to assign a pay item to something using another item's quantity, and modifying it with a formula?

 

I am trying to link all my road quantities to the top lift of asphalt without actually having to include all the components in the assembly. For example, the top lift of asphalt gives me an area (L*w). For the subbase I would like to take the width of the top lift, add 1.0m, and use that to calculate the area ( (L+1.0)*w ).

 

 

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