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Writing a GENIO File


Writing a GENIO File.

An additional option to write data to a GENIO file for MX has been added to the software.

This option enables the Horizontal data to be written using the HALIGN command and the Vertical alignment to be written using the VERAT command, in addition to w 12212q164m riting out the breakline strings in an LDD surface (as created by building a model in ARD).

Please note that for these strings to work correctly in MX, a translation table must be used to convert the ARD codes into string labels that MX can use.

To select the GENIO options, select the command MX GENIO (under the reports menu).

This will display the following dialogue box:

Select Translation Tables, to create a new translation table (see below for details on this).

Use the pick list under Select Translation Table, to select an existing translation table.

Under select surface, select the required LDD model to write to the GENIO. Note that this model must have been built with ARD, so that it contains the template codes in the breakline names.

Check Create Alignment File ON if you wish to have the HALIGN and VERAT commands included in the GENIO file.

If you are intending to transfer the alignments, also check on/off the required roads from the road list.

Select OK to write the file to the GENIO folder of the current project. The file name will be the surface name.txt

Note that the alignments for MX must follow the following rules:

Need to start and end with a straight section (including kerb returns and culdesacs)

2) The alignments can contain spirals, but these must be used only to link straights to arcs, either side of the horizontal IP.

If an alignment does not follow these rules, it will not be written to the GENIO file.

(The Read GENIO button is used to read in a GENIO file. This is mainly used for loading a file containing survey strings. If required, the points in this file can be saved as COGO points. See additional documentation for a description of how this works.)

The Translation Table

In order to create strings in MX, a translation table is used to truncate the codes used in the ARD templates.

Select New Table to create a new table. The software will automatically write in all the codes used in ARD and the first 2 characters as the MX string.

You will need to edit these as required to produce the correct MX string label.

When the program writes out the strings, the numbers 0-9 and the letters A-Z are used to generate the 3rd and 4th characters for the MX strings.

Assuming the C.L. string is to be renamed to CL in MX, the first string will be CL01, the 2nd string CL02 etc.

You should consult with the MX site before setting these codes, as they may have a particular standard.

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