[mapguide-users] RE: Creating SDF3 files
j.e.rubio at gmail.com
Tue Jan 30 08:05:23 EST 2007
thanks a lot to all of you!
2007/1/30, robert fritz <robert-fritz at web.de>:
> Hi Jorge,
> you can publish your autocad-drawing elements directly to a mapguide
> server (enterprise / opensource) wiht the "publish" function in map 2007.
> therefore you need to connect to a server (give a url) and login (as admin
> on the mapguide server). as i know, a dwf file is created not a sdf3 file.
> you can create sdf3 files in two different ways in map 2007:
> - create a blank sdf3 , and use the FDO feature "bulk copy" to copy data
> from one fdo source (e.g. esri shape) to another fdo source (e.g. sdf3),
> - create a blank sdf3 file and start digitizing in map or convert autocad
> drawing elements into sdf3 elements
> Both functions are in the mapworkspace. take a look on the help (fdo),
> Another way the get sdf3 files is to take sdf2 files or esri shape files,
> drag them into the MapGuide Studio and convert them to sdf3 files
> automaticlly ("load procedure") . the sdf3 files are stored in the
> repository, you can get them out of the repository using the studio again
> and save them as sdf3 files.
> regards, robert
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Lic. Jorge Rubio
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