OpenRoadsDesigner:Civil Variables

  1. OPENQV_WHITE_BACKGROUND:Windows setting to set the Template Library dialog to a white background instead of black. Set to 1 for white.
  2. CIVIL_SHOW_MS_PROPERTIES:Displays extra MS properties that are normally hidden on Civil Elements.
  3. CIVIL_STOP_COMMAND_DEFAULTS:Stops the Civil commands storing their defaults as xml. Mainly used for Automated testing. Existing files will have to be deleted as it does not stop the system reading them.
  4. CIVIL_TM_USERTIW_FOLDER:Defines the directory where the Wizard Settings files for the Create Terrain From ASCII tool can be located.
  5. CIVIL_CONTENTMANAGEMENTDGNLIBLIST:This variable defines both the directory and specific file name of the feature definitions DGN Library. See CIVIL_CIVILCELLDGNLIBLIST for more details.
  6. CIVIL_CIVILCELLDGNLIBLIST:
    a. Defines both the directory and specific file name of the Civil Cells DGN Library. Example: CIVIL_CIVILDGNLIBLIST = c:\workspace\dgnlibs\civilcells.dgnlib      b. Allows the use of wildcards. Example: CIVIL_CIVILDGNLIBLIST =c:\workspace\dgnlibs\*.dgnlibc. If this variable is NOT set or the dgnlib file is not found, then the process should work as it does today (looks inside each dgnlib and lists any that contain civil cells).e. If this variable IS set and the file is found, then this file should be used to list the civil cells and for nothing further. In other words, if this file contains other civil items (such as feature definitions or project settings or filters), they should be ignored.
  7. CIVIL_CIVILTMDGNLIBLIST:This variable defines both the directory and specific file name of the terrain model filters DGN Library. See CIVIL_CIVILCELLDGNLIBLIST for more details.
  8. CIVIL_DESIGNSTANDARDSDGNLIBLIST:This variable defines both the directory and specific file name of the design standards DGN Library. See CIVIL_CIVILCELLDGNLIBLIST for more details.
  9. CIVIL_PROJECTSETTINGSDGNLIBLIST:This variable defines both the directory and specific file name of the project settings DGN Library. See CIVIL_CIVILCELLDGNLIBLIST for more details.
  10. CIVIL_DISALLOW_LOCKCHANGES:If set to a value of 1, it does not allow any lock changes to existing rules. In other words, it prevents a locked rule from being unlocked or an unlocked rule from being locked.
  11. CIVIL_DISALLOW_REFERENCEDELETIONS:If set to a value of 1, it does not allow an element to be deleted if that element is referenced by another. Does not work across reference files.
  12. CIVIL_CIVILSETTINGS_READONLY:If set to a value of 1, all standards, preferences or features that come from a DGN Library are persisted as read-only in the active file.
  13. CIVIL_SHOW_SHARED_FEATUREDEF_PROPS:Displays Properties for a FeatureDefinition that allow you to default all Native or TemplateStyles to be the same. Useful for setting up Featuredefintions to ElementTemplates
  14. CIVIL_UNIT_LENGTH_STATIONING_LENGTH (Brazil Only):In addition, the user may optionally define the CIVIL_UNIT_LENGTH_STATIONING_LENGTH configuration variable as the length of a station (typically 20 meters). If this variable is not defined then the length of station will default to 20 meters. If this variable is defined then it must be defined greater than zero and less than 100 otherwise it will default to 20 meters. This variable should be an integer. Non-integers are not supported. Note that the software will not check that the value is an integer nor will it check that InRoads preferences and these configuration variables are in-synch. These are implementation / training issues.
  15. CIVIL_OVERRIDE_UNIT_LENGTH_STATIONING (Brazil Only):The user must define the CIVIL_OVERRIDE_UNIT_LENGTH_STATIONING configuration variable as true. If this variable is not defined or not defined as true then the unit length station will be 100 working units. The software will treat the value as case insensitive.
  16. CIVIL_EXAGGERATION_VALUES:Values for Profile Exaggeration. Set to values = {"1", "2","3", "4","5","10", "20", "50", "100"} in product.
  17. CIVIL_DEFAULTSETTINGS:Used to locate the Folder holding the XML file that include the Civil AccuDraw defaults.
  18. CIVIL_RELAX_NUMBER_OF_LINEARS:Allows the user to relax the number of adjacent linear elements. If this is set to false or undefined then the maximum number of adjacent lines is 20.
  19. CIVIL_RELAX_NUMBER_OF_ELEMENTS_FOR_RULES:Allows the user to relax the total number of elements (lines + arcs). If this is set to false or undefined then the maximum number of total elements is 250.
  20. CIVIL_RELAX_NUMBER_OF_ELEMENTS_ON_IMPORT:Allows the user to relax the total number of elements (lines + arcs) on Import Geometry. If this is set to false or undefined then the maximum number of total elements is 1000. This only applies to vertical alignments.
  21. CIVIL_DEFAULT_LINEAR_STROKING:Defines how often to compute a point or template drop interval location on a tangent segment. This variable is not used by Corridor Modeling. If not set, the value defaults to 10. This is used when generating 3D elements and the apply Template command.
  22. CIVIL_DEFAULT_PROFILE_STROKING:Defines how often to compute a point or template drop interval location along a profile, with extra points being computed based on a chord offset from the profile. The value defines the chord height used to calculate the extra points. If not set, the value defaults to 0.1. This is used in Corridor Modeling when Vertical Curve Densification is applied.
  23. CIVIL_DEFAULT_CURVE_STROKING:Defines how often to compute a point or template drop interval location along a curve segment with extra points being computed based on the chord offset from the horizontal curve. The value defines the chord height used to calculate the extra points. If not set, the value defaults to 0.01. This is used in Corridor Modeling when Horizontal Curve Densification is applied.
  24. CIVIL_DTM_LINESTRING_FILTER_TOLERANCE:Not enabled by default. Only enable when required, on a project by project basis that has terrain data in DWG format. Filtering looks at 3 points. The Filter max gap is the distance between points 1 & 3. If the distance is within the max gap then point 2 is checked to see if the filter tolerance is within the range. If it is then it is removed.
  25. CIVIL_DTM_LINESTRING_FILTER_MAXGAP:Used in conjunction with CIVIL_DTM_LINESTRING_FILTER_TOLERANCE.
  26. CIVIL_DEFAULT_STATION_LOCK:If set to 'true' then stations for various commands are calculated and kept at even numbers. Example, template drops would always fall on even stations in the event of an equation that could cause it to do otherwise.If not set or set to 'false', then the station values will be maintained at the specified increments.
  27. CIVIL_REPORTS_DIRECTORY:If the variable is set to a valid directory location, then the software would look at this specific location to locate the XML reports. If this variable is NOT set or set to an invalid location, then the software would look at the location where Civil installs the reports by default.Note: If the InRoads Project Default XSL location is defined then that is used before CIVIL_REPORTS_DIRECTORY. This maintains continuity for InRoads users.
  28. CIVIL_SUPERELEVATION_RULES_DIRECTORY:Defines the directory to be used as the default location for superelevation preference (SEP/SR) files.
  29. CIVIL_SUPER_REVERSE_PARABOLIC_NONSYMMETRICAL_1_SAG:Length of parabola in sag condition within the superelevation transition for option 1. Default set internally to 45. If another value is desired, user can add config and assign another value. Option is selected by user when calculating supers is the Transition ID is set to Parabolic.
  30. CIVIL_SUPER_REVERSE_PARABOLIC_NONSYMMETRICAL_1_CREST:Length of parabola in crest condition within the superelevation transition for option 1. Default set internally to 55. If another value is desired, user can add config and assign another value. Option is selected by user when calculating supers is the Transition ID is set to Parabolic.
  31. CIVIL_SUPER_REVERSE_PARABOLIC_NONSYMMETRICAL_2_SAG:Length of parabola in sag condition within the superelevation transition for option 2. Default set internally to 30. If another value is desired, user can add config and assign another value. Option is selected by user when calculating supers is the Transition ID is set to Parabolic.
  32. CIVIL_SUPER_REVERSE_PARABOLIC_NONSYMMETRICAL_2_CREST:Length of parabola in crest condition within the superelevation transition for option 2. Default set internally to 40. If another value is desired, user can add config and assign another value. Option is selected by user when calculating supers is the Transition ID is set to Parabolic.
  33. CIVIL_DEFAULT_BEST_FIT_UPPER_ENVELOPE:These will only be used by the Auto Create 3D functionality. The Best Fit Profile, will still use the typical command / xml preferences.
  34. CIVIL_DEFAULT_BEST_FIT_LOWER_ENVELOPE:See CIVIL_DEFAULT_BEST_FIT_UPPER_ENVELOPE
  35. CIVIL_DEFAULT_BEST_FIT_CREST_LENGTH:See CIVIL_DEFAULT_BEST_FIT_UPPER_ENVELOPE
  36. CIVIL_DEFAULT_BEST_FIT_SAG_LENGTH:See CIVIL_DEFAULT_BEST_FIT_UPPER_ENVELOPE
  37. CIVIL_DEFAULT_BEST_FIT_MINIMUM_LENGTH:See CIVIL_DEFAULT_BEST_FIT_UPPER_ENVELOPE
  38. CIVIL_SURVEY_EXPAND_ALL_DATA_IMPORT_ITEMS:Expands all data import items when loading a survey data file. Users are able to remove original import items to clean up the list so that only desired file types are shown as candidates to be loaded. This variable automatically resets the list to the original state plus user defined items when loading a survey data file so the user does not have to manually press the reset icon in the data import items dialog
  39. CIVIL_SURVEY_DISABLE_DIVIDE_BY_TWELVE:If set to a value of 1, this variable indicates that the sizes read from a GEOPAK SMD XML file should not be divided by 12 when linked into Survey Feature Definitions. (Applicable for GEOPAK XML SMD files in an English environment only)
  40. CIVIL_SURVEY_APPLY_STYLE_FILE_LINE_STYLE_SCALE:If set to a value of 1, this variable allows Custom Line Styles to be SCALED by the value placed in the Style file. Example, the Line Scale in the SMD has several options, Apply Plot Scale, Apply Plot Scale times Value or Custom. These values are not honored UNLESS this new CFG variable is set.
  41. CIVIL_SURVEY_ELEVATION_POSITION_FIVE_ANGLE:If set to a value of 1, allow the elevation annotation to be rotated by the angle specified when the label position is set to position 5. (GEOPAK XML SMD only)
  42. CIVIL_SURVEY_ADJUSTMENT_DEFAULTS:Obsolete
  43. CIVIL_SURVEY_STRIP_OPTION:CIVIL_SURVEY_STRIP_OPTION = 1 This option will REMOVE or STRIP the MEASUREMENT data (setups and observations) from the survey leaving the Points and chains as intelligent survey data.CIVIL_SURVEY_STRIP_OPTION = 2 This option will REMOVE or STRIP the FIELDBOOK, DATAFILES, MEASUREMENTS, POINTS and CHAINS data from the survey leaving the dumb graphics of the POINTS and CHAINS (probably most popular option)CIVIL_SURVEY_STRIP_OPTION = 3 This option will REMOVE or STRIP ALL of the survey data. VERY DESTRUCTIVE.
  44. CIVIL_SURVEY_APPEND_ATTRIBUTES_TO_DESCRIPTIONS:If this variable is set then any attributes associated with a point during the import process will be written to the point's DESCRIPTION field as well as the attribute field. By populating the DESCRIPTION field, the data can be annotated graphically as the DESCRIPTION. The ATTRIBUTE field cannot be annotated.
  45. CIVIL_SURVEY_SNAPPABLE_ANNOTATIONS:Currently by default the annotations surrounding a point is NOT snappable. This makes it easier to snap to center of point or pick the point during commands. Use this variable to make the annotations snappable again.
  46. CIVIL_SURVEY_LINK_CODE_IS_SPACE_SEPARATED:New CFG variable to FORCE space between feature code and link code (requires data to be collected as POST ST instead of POSTST). This alleviates the issue of a linking code being allowed to be part of a feature code
  47. CIVIL_SURVEY_IGNORE_TDS_FC_RECORD:When the "Tripod Data Systems" data import item is used to load survey data files, this variable causes the parse to IGNORE the FC (Feature Code) records I the TDS raw file. In the example below, point 218 will keep the feature code of 15 instead of acquiring Feature Code PIPE if this variable is defined. If this variable is not defined, the Feature Code for point 218 will be PIPE as indicated by the FC record.
  48. CIVIL_SURVEY_USERTIW_FOLDER:Defines an alternate directory where user .TIW files can be located.
  49. CIVIL_SURVEY_STYLEFILE:Defines the Style file that is linked in the Survey Feature definitions. Available options are an XIN from InRoads, an XML from a GEOPAK SMD or a PSS from MX.
  50. CIVIL_SURVEY_SURVEYOPTIONS_NAME:As the XIN can contain multiple instances of Survey Options, this allows the definition of a particular Survey Options to apply when reading the XIN file. If this variable is not defined, then the LAST occurence of the Survey Options is used. (InRoads only)
  51. CIVIL_SURVEY_GEOID_BINFILE_FOLDER:Defines an alternate directory where the GEOID BIN files may be located. If not set, the standard GEOID BIN location is used.
  52. CIVIL_UPGRADE_PROMPT_OFF=1:When included will automatically upgrade SELECTseries 3 files without the user intervention / dialog.
  53. CIVIL_OPEN_OLD_READONLY=1:When included on it's own will do nothing, it requires the 'prompt off cfg' defined as well and then will open read only without any upgrade ie for batch plotting.
  54. CIVIL_iMODEL_INCLUDE_ICM:
    [i]Set to 1 for Design Models only      Set to 2 for Terrain Models only        Set to 3 for both Design and Terrain Models[/i]When publishing an i.dgn that will be used as an .imodel for the OpenRoads mobile application, you need to set this CFG variable to 1, 2, or 3 in order to get the embedded civil data (such as linear referencing). 
  55. TARGET_ALIAS_ALLOW_ALL_LINEARS:When this variable is set to "1", all linear elements in the active DGN or any attached reference files will be automatically added to the Target Aliasing available targets list.

 
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