I'm importing survey from genio into OpenRoads update 3 but the features all come in on Default level, named Breakline001, breakline002 etc, with no symbology. This is almost completely unusable as I can't tell what anything is, can't filter objects to create a terrain.
Is there any sort of mapping or symbology that can be applied, or even a way to have the features named after the string codes in the genio?
The Survey Feature Definitions are what define how the survey features appear in the view window. This video shows how this works: https://communities.bentley.com/products/road___site_design/w/road_and_site_design__wiki/37564/video-example-workflow-to-import-survey-data.
For more information about the Road and Site design tools, visit the Road and Site design WIKI at: http://communities.bentley.com/products/road___site_design/w/road_and_site_design__wiki
Hi Holly, thanks for your reply. Unfortunately I don't think that method works with MX genio format which is what I'm having problems with? I've tried the MX Control File and MX Input File formats under teh fieldbook import with no luck.
The method I'm using to import the data is Terrain Import -> Create Terrain Model From File -> MX Genio, but this is producing the results in my previous post - an almost useless model.
Any help would be much appreciated.
Did you find solution on this? I am having similar issues.
There is nothing at the moment that will map MX string names to ORD feature definitions. You would have to split the GENIO data into separate files by string name, and import - or use a graphic filter on the 3D DGN of the survey, assuming you have a drawing.