This article will explain the customization needed to create Jacketed Pipeline in OPPID.
In the Select Component dialog browse the list and look for the line of Type of Internal and a Description of Default solid line. Select OK.
Repeat the process and select Insert in the Sub-Components section, select the line of Type Internal and Description of Default solid line. Select OK. This line will not get an offset as this will be the “middle” line in the compound line style.
When prompted to select a file switch the file type to DGN Library Files (*.dgnlib) and browse to the project workspace\dataset\dgnlibs directory.
When the file loads from the menu select Settings > Levels > Manager.
In the Element Templates dialog expand the tree to PIDProject Templates.dgnlib > Piping > Pipeline.
Right click on the Pipeline node and from the context menu select New Template.
Name the Template as shown below. Pay attention to all settings especially Line Style Scale.NOTE – This name must match the template name created back in the schema editing section.
In the Customize dialog, Tools tab, expand the tree until you locate Major Pipeline.
With the new Jacketed Pipeline tool selected pick in the Properties category, Key-in field and change the class name to jacketed_pipeline. (Matches the class name defined for the new line type in the schema.)
NOTE – The icon needs to be created and changed in the task. This can be accomplished using an icon creation tool. This is not covered in this document.
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