one would think that you could just export the .stm file into hydraflow, make some changes, and import, and all would be fine. when i export, all of the structures in hydraflow come up as drop curb. how can they come in as what they actually are.. aka, when the part i use is a 2x4 box, it should come into hydraflow as a "grate inlet", or a st-mh will come in as a "manhole".
and then likewise, when the changes are made, and its brought back into autocad, they all come in as a "standard" style. except the outfalls, which show as a "standard" style, but come in with a different block, and get a whole new label (outfal - x)
thanks for your help
Joe is absolutely correct.
Under Toolspace>Settings Tab>Pipe Network>Commands>Edit is SSA or the next three whichever is your flavor you will get the middle window where you will see "Storm Sewers Migration Defaults" and under that "Part Matching Defaults". In the first collumn in the empty space, click in there and "..." (elipses). Click on it and tell which part matches with what it is in Hydraflow.
My suggestion is that if you hear about an SSA class by your reseller, it is usually a good one day class and I would advise it.
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