Hi, I am trying to report proposed and existing elevations along alignment at specified interval including level delta similar to annotation on profile.
I have tried the Station Offset Report on alignment with active existing terrain active. ProfileExistingProposedElevation.XSL looks like the best report for this task but the existing elevations and the cut fill depths are missing.
Is there anything I am missing? Is there any other way to compile such report e.g. modifying a stylesheet or perhaps using different reporting tool?
I have also tried Terrain > Analysis > Points > Analyze Elevation (in 3D model) but I can't specify the chainage interval and it doesn't report the chainage.
This works fine for us. The key is to use an offset greater than 0 like 0.0001 if the offset element is at a zero offset to the Alignment. This is a bug that we have noticed for a while, but not sure if it's been reported.
OpenRoads Designer 2023 | Microstation 2023.2 | ProjectWise 2023
Hi Mark, thanks for the tip.
We have tried the greater then zero offset but it didn't make difference when using the Station Offset Report. However, what worked is your setting on Station Base Report with StationBaseOffset-ANZ.xsl. This format doesn't give the level delta but this can be added in Excel.
We have also noticed StationBaseXfall-to-SuperEI_CSV-[x]HS.xsl format in the ANZ section. Do you use these to create superelevation based on existing crossfalls when projecting template points to existing terrain? Perhaps this could also be used to annotate super on profile in such cases?
OpenRoads Designer 2022 R1
Don't forget to install the XML Tools plug in. Pretty Print reformats XML files to make them more human friendly. And it you register CFG (PCF, UCF, too) files as BASH files, they syntax coloring makes them easier to read as well.
Charles (Chuck) Rheault CADD Manager
MDOT State Highway Administration
A solid point, Chuck!
I used your XSL files, and I'm only getting zeros in existing elevation.
Do you have any idea why ?
Thanks in advance
Your updated reports are very helpful, but why have they not replaced the ones delivered with the software for OpenRoads Update 10/2021R1?
Unfortunately it has not been fixed in 2021 R1 (and probably next one if it can't be fixed before the release).
The existing ground elevation is 0.0 in the raw xml when using Station Offset report. It does work when using Station Base if interval not set to 0.0.The difference between the two is that station offset reports at offset string points (if interval sets to 0.0) whereas station base reports at reference geometry points/interval
Defect 1134612:Civil Geometry Report not showing up Existing Ground Elevation
Unfortunately it looks like we missed this one that has not been fixed yet.I apologize for that and I raised this defect to product management.