MicroStation CONNECT Update 16 added properties name and description to DGN tables.
stuartw wrote: With the possibility of multiple tables then a Table Manager seems the logical step.
Cory Churchill wrote: We use so many tables in our plans for things like Stationing, Curve Data, Reinforcement Bar lists, Pier and Bearing pad elevations, girder schedules and so much more. it would be nice to have them referenced in a tables database within the workset or something, kind of like the sheet index in a way.
MaryB wrote [about Idea Table should have a Name]: Ooh - I like that. I mean, it makes perfect sense to me, especially in a sheet with more than one table.
Steve Tissier wrote: It would be great if the table manager could look for that data outside of the active dgn file, i.e. we specify a folder and the table manager looks for table data in all files within that folder.
What should a Table Manager provide? Your comments are welcome. Here's my starter...
All of those sound useful to me
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How about an HTML report? Then you can view the table data in your web browser...
DGN File: \\Asterix\DataDir\Bentley\CONNECT\LA Solutions\WorkSets\Table Manager\dgn\Tables 01.dgn
Regards, Jon Summers LA Solutions
We can report on Tables. Can this help?
Mangesh.Shelar said:We can report on Tables
Thanks! I already published an article about how to write a Table Report.
Whatever this list of ideas ends up being it would be great if the table manager could look for that data outside of the active dgn file, i.e. we specify a folder and the table manager looks for table data in all files within that folder.
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