I have layout.dgn file which contains more than 300dgn files in multiple sub-levels. I have to open each file till individual node and examine it. Is there any option to sepeare these merged files? Need your support.
Most likely you need some macro which exports models as separate files - communities.bentley.com/.../fence-export-macro
Anup kumar said:I have layout.dgn file which contains more than 300dgn files in multiple sub-levels.
I do not understand what do you mean by "dgn file with more than 300 dgn files" and "in multiple sub-levels".
Do you mean there are 300 models or 300 references attached or something else?
Also, MicroStation does not know anything like "sub level".
To understand DGN file structure is required to be able to think about possible solution(s).
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i have complete plant data in one .dgn file which contains 300 dgn files inside.
My task is to open the main file and extract the each files by opening it in new window. (Example:- conveyor structure, pneumatic structures, building structures etc) .
i have to convert those .dgn files into JT and JT files into wrl. this is to use the data in simulation(delmia) cells.
Anup kumar said:i have complete plant data in one .dgn file which contains 300 dgn files inside.
Sorry, but DGN file cannot contain another DGN file.
Do you mean that in DGN file you have 300 models? Where your "300 files" are displayed? In Models dialog or somewhere else? Can you share a screen capture?
Anup kumar said:I have one .dgn file which contains 300 dgn files inside
A DGN file is a container. It contains one or more DGN models.
A DGN model is a container. It contains zero or more DGN elements (graphic objects).
A DGN model may have zero or more reference attachments. A reference attachment is another DGN model, from the same file or another DGN file. A reference attachment lets you view the contents of another model as well as the active model (the model you are editing).
I agree with Jan that your question is unclear. It would be easier to understand if you were to use MicroStation terminology. Do you have...
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