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Can the FENCE FILE or FF= commands be used in a Batch Process? What isan example?
Below is an example of how the FF= or FENCE FILE commands could be usedin a Batch Process Command File;FIT VIEW EXTENDED< CR>- Fits the current view so that in the nextstep when creating a fence, all elements in view will be containedwithin that fence.PLACE FENCE VIEW 1- This command places a fence at the extent of View 1. There are severalother options that can be used. To see the other options that you mightuse expand the keyin dialog and type in PLACE FENCE. Check the thirdcolumn in the expanded dialog for other options you could use.FF=FENCEFILE:-This command will cause a file to be created with the same name as theoriginal file but in a location defined by the user definedconfiguration variable "FENCEFILE." FENCEFILE is a new configurationvariable that you will need to create before running the Batch Process.Below is an example;FENCEFILE = C:\outpu t\$(filename(_dgnfile))POINT ABSOLUTE- This command automates the acceptance of the fence contents andexecutes the FF = command.