Hello everyone. I have developed a simulation project of a drainage network of a site counting also the launch channel at the end of the conduits. Through SewerGEMS I created several profiles, different simulation scenarios and symbologies to facilitate my work. Currently I have been trying to bring this project into Openflows FLOOD to generate a 3D visualization. However, following this lesson, during the integration step I got the error below. I tried to make some changes to the original project, such as the simulation model, among other things, but it still results in the same error. What can I do to prevent this from happening?
What is your SewerGEMS and FLOOD version number? Some information is available here, but version compatibility could be a factor (I have asked my colleague for confirmation).
Jesse DringoliTechnical Support Manager, OpenFlowsBentley Communities Site AdministratorBentley Systems, Inc.
Hello Jesse!SewerGEMS 10.03.04.53Openflows FLOOD 10.03.00.01
Hi Luis, I am discussing this further with my colleague but I believe those two versions are not compatible.
Right. Let me know if there is indeed a conflict. I did a project in SewerGEMS, but it was in another version. It has been a while since I made the project. I opened it normally in this version. Now I would like to continue this project by importing it to do the 3D simulations. If I can't use the one I developed, is there a minicourse that teaches how to develop the project in SerwerGEMS already thinking about working with the final product in Openflows FLOOD?
Luis, I can indeed confirm that models saved in 10.03.04.53 will not currently integrate with the latest version of FLOOD. I have documented this in the related wiki article here.
We do not have a scheduled release date available for the next FLOOD version with support for newer SewerGEMS/CivilStorm model versions.
In the meantime, you may be able to open the model and re-save it in the older version, since it should still be in the same schema (10.03.XX.XX). Try installing SewerGEMS 10.03.03.44 (the previous version), open the model file and re-save (I recommend a save-as just in case). If you encounter an error, try deleting the .DWH file first or copy only the .STSW and .STSW.SQLITE files to a new folder first.