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*Sandoval, Cesar
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the difference

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12-17-2002 11:25 AM
how is the difference between mapguide and autodesk fm?

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Cesar Augusto Sandoval Morales
Desarrollador Especialista en Sistemas GIS/CAD/WEB
PROFILE CONSULTING GROUP S.A.
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Re: the difference

12-17-2002 11:27 PM in reply to: *Sandoval, Cesar
Cesar,
Mapguide is a web based product from Autodesk that allows you to display GIS type data and graphics that are linked to a database.

Autodesk FM is just a name. There is no product specifically for the FM user. As another poster indicated, Autodesk has a robust collection of products that many of us use, but none of them have any predefined data-structures or reports. Your choices are either purchase some of these products and then pay somebody to link your data to your drawings to those proucts and create the screens of information you need to see. Or you can take the basic AutoCAD/ADT product and link your drawing data to 3rd party CAFM applications that already have the data-structures and reports 'typically' needed by users.
*Sandoval, Cesar
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12-18-2002 01:15 PM in reply to: *Sandoval, Cesar
thanks

i understand ,the answer ,is because i think .this
is a new app of autodesk ,...all yu mentioned i used and developed add ins or
implementations......

one question anybody something about the solution
developed for autodesk in .NET ( not onsite desktop is likely) i saw one
solution from autodesk tottaly in .NET and for web  something like a web
control (i saw in the microsoft presentation)

thanks....

 

 

cesar


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Cesar Augusto Sandoval
Morales
Desarrollador Especialista en Sistemas GIS/CAD/WEB
PROFILE
CONSULTING GROUP S.A.

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Cesar,

Mapguide is a web based product from Autodesk that allows you to display
GIS type data and graphics that are linked to a database.

Autodesk FM is just a name. There is no product specifically for the FM
user. As another poster indicated, Autodesk has a robust collection of
products that many of us use, but none of them have any predefined
data-structures or reports. Your choices are either purchase some of these
products and then pay somebody to link your data to your drawings to those
proucts and create the screens of information you need to see. Or you can take
the basic AutoCAD/ADT product and link your drawing data to 3rd party CAFM
applications that already have the data-structures and reports 'typically'
needed by users.

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