QC Checker - FDOTSS10 MR2

I just updated to FDOTSS10 from FDOTSS4. I ran the QC Checker tool on a file that was 100% compliant in FDOTSS4, but now is 0% compliant in FDOTSS10. It seems to actually be happening in every single file.



It appears that levels which should be allowed are seen as non-compliant by the checker. When trying the "Fix Level" option, the drop down is empty. Is there a known error in MR2 for FDOTSS10, or is there likely something wrong with my setup?

Thank you, 

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  • I too have had this problem. I ended up just going back to FDOTSS4, MR9 or 10 to do my QC reports and submit the project.

    I believe the story is the updated the QC reporter in FDOTSS4 MR12, and also every version of FDOTSS10. It searches for things inside of cells now, which was the issue I was having on my XS sheets. The issue you are having seems strange as that level should be fine in a dsgnrd...

    This happened to me on an older project that we had to resubmit and instead of fixing everything, which could have taken a while, i just reverted back to FDOT SS4 MR10 and ran my reports with no problem.

    There is definitely some work that needs to be done on these QC rules.

    Zachary Billings, P.E.

    Senior Roadway Engineer (Licensed in FL and MI)

    CONSOR Engineers, LLC

    System Info:

    Windows 11 | Intel Core i7-13700k | Nvidia RTX 4090 FE | 32 GB of RAM | 2 TB Western Digital Black SN850x NVME

    ORD Version 10.12.02.004 | FDOT Connect Version 10.12.01.00

    YouTube Page for ORD: https://tinyurl.com/BillingsCADD

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  • I too have had this problem. I ended up just going back to FDOTSS4, MR9 or 10 to do my QC reports and submit the project.

    I believe the story is the updated the QC reporter in FDOTSS4 MR12, and also every version of FDOTSS10. It searches for things inside of cells now, which was the issue I was having on my XS sheets. The issue you are having seems strange as that level should be fine in a dsgnrd...

    This happened to me on an older project that we had to resubmit and instead of fixing everything, which could have taken a while, i just reverted back to FDOT SS4 MR10 and ran my reports with no problem.

    There is definitely some work that needs to be done on these QC rules.

    Zachary Billings, P.E.

    Senior Roadway Engineer (Licensed in FL and MI)

    CONSOR Engineers, LLC

    System Info:

    Windows 11 | Intel Core i7-13700k | Nvidia RTX 4090 FE | 32 GB of RAM | 2 TB Western Digital Black SN850x NVME

    ORD Version 10.12.02.004 | FDOT Connect Version 10.12.01.00

    YouTube Page for ORD: https://tinyurl.com/BillingsCADD

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