When importing an alignment with General Geometry Import, from a .gpk, one of my advanced users is getting a message stating "Horzontal contains too many elements for civil rule creation." What does this mean and what are the impacts?
PowerGEOPAK SS3 - .722
The Civl Rules are when civil geometry rules have been assigned to elements. The screen shot below shows the civil geometry rules that can be manipulated.
An element with no civil rules will show as below, it can be used forOpenRoads design, corridors, linear templates, etc but the geometry can't be manipulated.
User Since TDP in the 80's,
Vax based Unix Workstations - Interpro32,
from the Intergraph Corp.
Okay, while import you may consider unchecking the option 'Create Civil Rules'
Can you try to use MicroStation settings as shown in the snapshot and then check if still issue persists or not. Please update us.
Joe, Purva's screenshot is from MX. You're using Geopak (edit: I assumed Joe was the original poster who had said he was running Geopak), so your counterpart to what she's showing won't look quite the same. In your case (and mine), the counterpart shows up before you open the first file of your session. If you have a workspace that is heavily modified by your firm or your client, I'm not sure how useful your response would be.
For the record, not everyone has the same directory structure. What does the .. ideally represent in ..\Bentley\WorkSpace\Projects\Examples\Bentley-Civil-Imperial.pcf? In my configuration, I had to run "dir /s /b *.pcf" on the command line. I found Workspace\Projects\Examples\ in a different tree, one that has no mention of Bentley. Further, the exact pcf you'll need to include these lines in is found at _USTN_PROJECTCFG. By default, variables like this are hidden. The best way I've found to access _USTN_ variables is communities.bentley.com/.../256151. Alternatively, communities.bentley.com/.../8879.msdebug-file.