Does anyone know the significance of the green filename in Raster Manager? I haven't found any reference to it in the help or here.
I think I've seen this occur occasionally after fixing a broken filename (red), but I'm not positive. It's not a new phenomenon.
Ustn CONNECT 16, Descartes, OpenRoads/OpenBuildings, ProjectWise CONNECT 3.2
It is as Steve has said. Download his dgn file and tif image to the same folder. Open the dgn file, ( I used Power GEOPAK V8i SS10, Ver. 08.11.09.912), and open the Raster Manager. The image is attached and is green.
Sorry I can not help any more than this.
Thanks for the confirmation Brian.
Further sleuthing has revealed:
If the original raster format is 'Ingr. TIFF', the Descartes Resize Canvas tool doesn't work because the format is not supported. This customer has many of these 'Ingr. TIFF' files from scans performed through the 1990's. Standard procedure is to use Resize Canvas to adjust the image to match the sheet extents.
In these cases, users typically convert the raster to Tagged Image via Save As. The Geo Priority is changed to Attachment as a side effect. The raster turns green in Raster Manager.
Using Save As one more time, leaving the format as Tagged Image and doing nothing other than creating a new file or overwriting the original removes the green.
Solution: Prior to executing the Save As, users should change the Geo Priority from Raster Header to Attachment. The filename will not be green after the conversion.
Thanks all for your time and input.
Answer Verified By: Steve Young