Blog : CAD L2 (Medium)

When reading Shapefiles (SHP) which include terrain Contour lines, it is very common to find that the Z coordinate of each Contour is set as being a numerical data in a Field of the associated data table Object Elevations... more


Nearly all data providers included in Spatial Manager™ for AutoCAD feature a large number of resources to optimize the import processes from the different data sources supported by the applicationAlong this blog post we will discuss some chances to “play” with... more


When importing or loading points from spatial ASCII files (CSV, XYZ etc.), Spatial Manager™, like most applications which support these kinds of spatial data sources, includes only usual connection parameters In the best case, the data provider for ASCII files... more


Ever more basic AutoCAD users, working in sectors such as architecture, engineering, or landscaping,, need access to spatial data as a base or complement to their own designs and projects Often such data is housed in corporate spatial data servers. Most applications... more


The connections through the Windows ODBC standard (Open Database Connectivity) expand the possibilities of access to data sources based on basic connection drivers that the operating system itself or some other applications can provide Access to certain file types, or... more


All the settings for the Spatial Manager™ applications are stored in XML files and a backup copy is automatically created whenever any of them is modified This is the list of configuration files for Spatial Manager: · Shortcuts.config: Shortcuts configuration... more