When editing my Node Configuration properties, some of the information is not saving. It will save information such as location, node type and node bottom, but after going to different nodes or closing out of the program it will forget saved information such as Profile (sag/on grade) and Bypass Node information. I see there was a post on this a few years back that recommended deleting resource files and verifying the Working Directory. I did these tasks and the same result happened.
Are there any other remedies to this?
If not, what may be the best approach to get the information into a new .gdf that isn't "corrupt"?
You can export your network to a new gdf and test in the new gdf.
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Thank you. I ended up exporting all of the network and reimporting them into a new gdf. The problem persisted so I deleted and recreated all of the affected nodes and that seemed to fix things.
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I tried everything mentioned and am still having issues. By deleting and adding again, I was able to get the By-Pass Node to hold, but when I tried to create the network I'm getting an error message that and Inlet with some random name cannot be found/computed.
I found that it was also helpful to have your gpk loaded prior to starting up GEOPAK Drainage and loading in the gdf. I'm not sure if this is a part of your workflow currently or not, but it was another step I took and things seemed to work.
I am having this exact problem, which I have never seen before after many, many years of using GEOPAK SS2 Drainage. Were you able to find a solution? Was any part of your network imported from another gdf file? This is the only thing unique to my particular project versus most others I have used in the past.
Thanks for any feedback,