I have had this problem occur every time where I run a existing cross-slope template to find slopes/lengths of my lanes and it appears correctly in cross-section view however when I look at the corridor report the numbers do not match. Is there a solution to this problem? I feel as if I have tried every possible option and am lost on what to do with it.
What report are you running? Is it reporting cross slope between lane features or between features and centreline?
I am running the Results Report and looking at the Existing Cross-slope between the lane features. It displays the correct slope when I use the place horizontal temporary dimension tool in the dynamic sections. I know that my template is correct as it is drawing the lines where the existing lanes are. However, I do not know how to change what the report displays. I am not familiar with how a custom report is created.
I do not see the cross slopes in the Results Report - is that in the Corridor tab on the Ribbon?
It is a custom XML report that is created from my existing cross-slope template (it appears on the left side after you open results report). I did not create this report myself so I think there may be a problem with it and how it extracts the data from the template.
I can make no comments then - as I have no idea what is in the XSL custom report.
Is there a simple way or video for reference that I can watch to make an XML report that gathers the slopes from my template?
The attached (experimental) XSL file will take the results of a StationBase report and output as follows:
As you can see, it is calculating the slope between features. Select the centreline of a corridor as the baseline (LondonRd) and then select all the features to be included in the report, including centreline again!
You will have to learn the basics of XML, XSLT and HTML to write the reports. I find it easiest to take an existing report and amend it. The 'ExampleRawData.xml' is the XML data used in the report i.e. the XSL file takes the data and transforms it to what you see in the image above.
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