I am currently some scripts of my own with MicroStation connect 14 with windows 10. My company is about to go for the open cities map solution instead of MicroStation connect. And I was wondering if it was possible to run scripts and/or batch proces or even key ins with Open Cities map as I didn't find much informations about its capacities.
Does any one could help me figure this out?
Probably best to ask this on the OpenCities Map forum: https://communities.bentley.com/products/geospatial/desktop/f/bentley-map-forum
However a quick look through the docs and OpenCities Map is built on top of MicroStation CONNECT so all capablities of MicroStation CONNECT should be available
OpenCities docs: https://docs.bentley.com/LiveContent/web/OpenCities%20Map%20Help-v15/en/GUID-9C70C855-E880-4E70-9FCC-4CCBBBC996D8.html
The MicroStation help in the Power products can be a bit sparse so you can use the MicroStation docs too:
Thanks for your reply Kevin,
And now that my question has been move to the Open cities map forum, could anyone tell me if I am right to be concerned, I have checked the docs and I didn't find a clear answer and I need certainty to this point.
Thanks for the links anyway!
Hi Damien, in OpenCities Map (OCM) you can key-ins in the same way as in MicroStation. As Kevin van Haaren answered above, OCM is based on the MS platform and all the MS key-ins are also available in OCM.The key-ins can be combined into a script that can be run on a number of files.
Please do a search in the OCM help file at https://docs.bentley.com/LiveContent/web/OpenCities%20Map%20Help-v15/en/GUID-9C70C855-E880-4E70-9FCC-4CCBBBC996D8.html and search for the string key-in.
Thanks for your reply Kees
As mentioned by Kees, OpenCities like other vertical applications are built on base MicroStation Tools this would include capabilities to run scripts through the batch process utility.