In my model, when running a query on the FCVs it is not picking up the FCVs that it should.
The query is ValveSetting = 0 AND IdahoValveResults_ValveDischarge < InitialSettings_FlowSetting. There are three valves that should be selected from this query.
In the program, the queries expect that all compatible fields (for purposes of comparison) are set up with the same storage units (cfs, gpm, L/s, etc.). What is displayed as the unit of measure may not be how it is stored. An example could be a diameter is displayed in millimeters, but it may be stored in inches.
This is a known issue that has been reported to our developers. They are working on a way to correct this in a future build of the Water and Storm/Sewer products.
The problem with this query is that the ValveDischarge and InitialSetting_FlowSetting do not have the same storage units. Since they are not the same storage units, the user would need to create a user-defined formula field for one of the fields in the query. In the example used, a UDX-formula field would be created for IdahoValveResults_ValveDischarge.
Create a UDX-formula field like "[IdahoValveResults_ValveDischarge_CFS]"… with Dimension: flow, Storage-Unit: cfs, Numeric Formatter: flow.
Edit the query to look like this:
If, when creating the user-defined formula field, you are not sure what storage unit to use, please contact Bentley Tech Support.