I have a gINT Civil Tools 3D model, to which I have connected a gINT project database. I mapped to the Borehole, Lithology, AND Water Levels tables and queried data. When I try to connect to a second database which contains additional borings, I am unable to complete the connection. The Database Connectivity and Mapping window prompts me to define the "mandatory field depth in the table Water Levels". When I try to define the field in the table mapping tab, although the second database contains a Water Levels table, I cannot see the Water Levels table in the pull down list, and therefore I cannot define the field. I suspect this may be due to the second project database containing no data in the Water Levels table. Is there a requirement in gINT Civil Tools for data to exist in all tables mapped?
Yes currently a table must have data in order for it to be included in the mapping. This is on a future enhancement list to include the option to map to empty tables.
I am having the same issue, except my tables have data. I have mapped to 3 different tables to be able to query data. When I try to use the connectivity file (.xml) on another project, only the default project and borehole tables show up. Am I unable to set up a connectivity file to be used on all projects?
After selecting the xml config, then change the Source File.
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That's one of the problems, it doesn't allow me to change the source file. Is there a config preventing me from doing this?
This is because you are connected. You have to use the disconnect button first, to select a different source: