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Panorama Info

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06-15-2005 10:47 PM
Does anybody know what the following message is? It seems to be corrupting
my corridor.

Type: Information
Date: 06/15/05
Time: 10:24:08 PM
Source: Roadway
User: user1
Description: Macro file not found at original path specified in subassembly.
Updated macro file location to path defined by AECCCONTENT_DIR environment
variable. (Source: C:\Program Files\Autodesk Civil 3D 2006\Data\Corridor
Model\C3DStockSubassemblyScripts.dvb!C3DStockSubassemblyScripts.BasicLaneTransition.BasicLaneTransition)

Thanks!
--
Tyler Townes, P.E.
Civil3d 2006
Pacific Land Technology, P.C.
*Daniel Philbrick
Post 2 of 5

Re: Panorama Info

06-16-2005 04:35 AM in reply to: *Tyler
Tyler,

The path to the subassembly script is saved with the subassemblies in the
drawing. If that path does not match an environment variable, Civil 3D will
automatically update the path in all of the subassemblies. When that occurs
you will get the message shown below. This can happen if you receive a
drawing from another user, or you have upgraded the software and you read in
an older drawing. The message should be benign. Please provide more
detail regarding what you mean by this corrupting your corridor.

thanks,

Daniel Philbrick
Autodesk Civil 3D Development

"Tyler" wrote in message
news:4876481@discussion.autodesk.com...
Does anybody know what the following message is? It seems to be corrupting
my corridor.

Type: Information
Date: 06/15/05
Time: 10:24:08 PM
Source: Roadway
User: user1
Description: Macro file not found at original path specified in subassembly.
Updated macro file location to path defined by AECCCONTENT_DIR environment
variable. (Source: C:\Program Files\Autodesk Civil 3D 2006\Data\Corridor
Model\C3DStockSubassemblyScripts.dvb!C3DStockSubassemblyScripts.BasicLaneTransition.BasicLaneTransition)

Thanks!
--
Tyler Townes, P.E.
Civil3d 2006
Pacific Land Technology, P.C.

Re: Panorama Info

06-16-2005 12:10 PM in reply to: *Tyler

When I modify a
subassembly object (i.e. slope on cut) the assembly/subassemly objects turn
into "slashes".  See pic below.  The corridor does not up the new
daylight lines.

 

Thanks!

 

--
Tyler Townes, P.E.
Civil3d
2006
Pacific Land Technology, P.C.

WinXP

 

Tyler,

The path
to the subassembly script is saved with the subassemblies in the

drawing.  If that path does not match an environment variable, Civil 3D
will
automatically update the path in all of the subassemblies.  When
that occurs
you will get the message shown below.  This can happen if
you receive a
drawing from another user, or you have upgraded the software
and you read in
an older drawing.   The message should be
benign.   Please provide more
detail regarding what you mean by
this corrupting your corridor.

thanks,

Daniel
Philbrick
Autodesk Civil 3D Development

"Tyler" <

href="mailto:fib89@hotmail.com">
size=2>fib89@hotmail.com
> wrote in message


size=2>news:4876481@discussion.autodesk.com

size=2>...
Does anybody know what the following message is?  It seems to
be corrupting
my corridor.

Type: Information
Date:
06/15/05
Time: 10:24:08 PM
Source: Roadway
User: user1
Description:
Macro file not found at original path specified in subassembly.
Updated macro
file location to path defined by AECCCONTENT_DIR environment
variable. 
(Source: C:\Program Files\Autodesk Civil 3D
2006\Data\Corridor
Model\C3DStockSubassemblyScripts.dvb!C3DStockSubassemblyS cripts.BasicLaneTransition.BasicLaneTransition)

Thanks!
--

Tyler Townes, P.E.
Civil3d 2006
Pacific Land Technology,
P.C.
*Daniel Philbrick
Post 4 of 5

Re: Panorama Info

06-16-2005 02:45 PM in reply to: *Tyler

That means that the subassembly macro was not
found.  Select one of the subassemblies and bring up the AutoCAD properties
dialog.  YOU should see a field for the Macro Name and Macro Project. 
Does the path to the Macro Project look correct (browse to it and see the the
dvb is there)?

 

Dan


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When I modify a
subassembly object (i.e. slope on cut) the assembly/subassemly objects
turn into "slashes".  See pic below.  The corridor does not up the
new daylight lines.

 

Thanks!

 

--
Tyler Townes, P.E.
Civil3d
2006
Pacific Land Technology, P.C.

WinXP

 

Tyler,

The
path to the subassembly script is saved with the subassemblies in the

drawing.  If that path does not match an environment variable, Civil
3D will
automatically update the path in all of the subassemblies. 
When that occurs
you will get the message shown below.  This can
happen if you receive a
drawing from another user, or you have upgraded
the software and you read in
an older drawing.   The message
should be benign.   Please provide more
detail regarding what
you mean by this corrupting your corridor.

thanks,

Daniel
Philbrick
Autodesk Civil 3D Development

"Tyler" <

href="mailto:fib89@hotmail.com">
size=2>fib89@hotmail.com
> wrote in
message

face=Arial size=2>news:4876481@discussion.autodesk.com

face=Arial size=2>...
Does anybody know what the following message
is?  It seems to be corrupting
my corridor.

Type:
Information
Date: 06/15/05
Time: 10:24:08 PM
Source: Roadway
User:
user1
Description: Macro file not found at original path specified in s
ubassembly.
Updated macro file location to path defined by AECCCONTENT_DIR
environment
variable.  (Source: C:\Program Files\Autodesk Civil 3D
2006\Data\Corridor
Model\C3DStockSubassemblyScripts.dvb!C3DStockSubassemblyS
cripts.BasicLaneTransition.BasicLaneTransition)

Thanks!
--
Tyler
Townes, P.E.
Civil3d 2006
Pacific Land Technology, P.C.

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Post 5 of 5

Re: Panorama Info

06-17-2005 08:35 AM in reply to: *Tyler
The same issue is occuring here. The computer had C3D 2005 at one time, so I uninstalled all Autodesk products, wiped the registry and re-installed C3D 2006. When creating the assembly, I am able to add lanes, shoulders and curbs, but it fails (MS VB Run-time error 9) when trying to add General Daylighting. Other daylightings add OK.

If I try to create a corridor, I get the Microsoft Visual Basic 'Run-time error 5' and have to hit "End" until the routine completes. The Toolspace shows a corridor was created, but the corridor does not appear in the drawing. Paths and environment variables are correct.

My last test was in a brand new drawing, no template, after a repair install. Computer is a Dell Latitude C640, 2 GB processor, 512 MB RAM (yeah, yeah...getting upgraded!), Windows 2000, SP4. C3D 2006 is the only Autodesk software installed.

Ken
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