Up to now, 'Spatial Manager' (CAD versions) had a powerful tool to import in a single-click operation any supported geospatial file from within a folder. Now you can apply the same tool to all tables inside a schema or multi-table file
The vast possibilities offered by access to cartographic information through the Internet will allow you to easily complete your drawings and maps in a very short time and accurately. Here you can see how simple it is to add external map information to your drawings in AutoCAD, BricsCAD or ZWCAD using 'Spatial Manager'
A problem that the spatial information users face when working in CAD applications is importing and handling Polygons that contain multiple rings and/or holes (Multi-Polygons or MPolygons). But these applications include a very standard object type (HATCH) that will behave like a Multi-Polygon in graphical rendering, geometric edition and other aspects
The 'Spatial Manager' main Palette includes many of the most relevant and commonly used functions in the application, such as the importing functions. But in the CAD versions (AutoCAD, BricsCAD or ZWCAD), you also can find direct import commands that can be more comfortable and faster when you don't have the Palette open, or when you want to program/chain importing processes