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AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009 Developers Guide


AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009 Developers Guide

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Index AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009 Developers Guide

About the Developer's Guide
Intended Audience
Using VBA in AutoCAD Civil 3D
New Features and Differences
Migrating Existing Code to Civil 3D 2009
Root Objects and Common Concepts
Root Objects
Object Hierarchy
Accessing Application and Document Objects
Using Collections Within the Document Object
Accessing and Using the Database Object
Ambient Settings
Object Hierarchy
Changing General and Specific Settings
Label Styles
Object Hierarchy
Creating a Label Style Object
Defining a Label Style
Using Property Fields in Label Style Text
Sharing Syles Between Drawings
Object Hierarchy
Root Objects
Obtaining Survey-Specific Root Objects
Changing Survey-Specific Ambient Settings
Changing Survey User Settings
Using the Equipment Database
Creating a Survey Project
Adjusting Survey Project Settings
Accessing Extended Properties
Survey Network
Creating a Survey Network
Adding Control Points to a Network
Adding Directions to a Network
Adding Setups to a Network
Adding Non-control Points to a Network
Creating Paths for Traverse Analysis
Adding Survey Data to the Drawing
Getting Survey Network Drawing Objects
Creating a Figure Object
Adding Lines to a Figure
Adding Arcs to a Figure
Adding Figures to the Drawing
Figures and AutoCAD Civil 3D
Creating a Figure Style
Using the Figure Prefix Database
Sample Program
Object Hierarchy
Using the Points Collection
Accessing Points in a File
Using Points
Point User-Defined Properties
Creating Point Styles
Creating Point Label Styles
Using Point Description Keys
Point Groups
Creating Point Groups
Adding Points to a Point Group Using QueryBuilder
Using Point Groups
Sample Program
Object Hierarchy
Using the Surfaces Collection
Creating a Surface
Creating a Surface From a LandXML File
Creating a TIN Surface
Creating a Grid Surface
Creating a Volume Surface
Working with Surfaces
Adding a Boundary
Adding Data from DEM Files
Improving Performance By Using Snapshots
Finding Intersections
Working with TIN Surfaces
Adding Point Data to a TIN Surface
Adding Points Using Point Files
Adding Points Using Point Groups
Adding a Breakline to a TIN Surface
Adding a Standard Breakline
Adding a Proximity Breakline
Adding a Non-destructive Breakline
Adding a Wall Breakline
Importing Breaklines from a File
Adding Contours to a TIN Surface
Extracting Contours from a TIN Surface
Surface Style
Creating a Style
Changing a Surface Style
Assigning a Style to a Surface
Performing Surface Analysis
Creating an Elevation Analysis
Creating a Watershed Analysis
Sample Programs
Sites and Parcels
Object Hierarchy
Creating Sites
Using Sites
Creating Parcels with Parcel Segments
About Parcel Segments
Determining Parcel Loops
Parcel Style and Parcel Segment Style
Parcel Label Style
Parcel User-Defined Properties
Accessing Daylight Feature Lines
Sample Program
Object Hierarchy
Basic Alignment Operations
Creating an Alignment
Defining an Alignment Path Using Entities
Determining Entities Within an Alignment
Modifying Stations with Station Equations
Creating Station Sets
Specifying Design Speeds
Alignment Style
Creating an Alignment Style
Alignment Label Styles
Sample Program
Object Hierarchy
Creating a Profile From a Surface
Creating a Profile Using Entities
Editing Points of Vertical Intersection
Creating a Profile Style
Profile Views
Creating a Profile View
Creating Profile View Styles
Setting Profile View Styles
Setting the Axis Style
Setting the Graph Style
Profile View Style Example
Sample Programs
Object Hierarchy
Sample Lines
Creating a Sample Line
Defining Sample Lines
Creating Sample Line Styles
Creating Sample Line Label Styles
Creating Sections
Using Sections
Section Views
Creating Section Views
Creating Section View Styles
Setting Section View Styles
Setting the Axis Style
Setting Graph Styles
Section View Style Example
Sample Program
Data Bands
Object Hierarchy
Defining a Data Band Style
Data Band Concepts
Profile Data Band Style
Horizontal Geometry Data Band Style
Vertical Geometry Data Band Style
Superelevation Data Band Style
Section Data Band Style
Creating a Data Band Set
Creating Data Band Sets for Profile Views
Creating Data Band Sets for Section Views
Using Data Bands
Adding Data Bands to a Profile View
Adding Data Bands to a Section View
Sample Programs
Pipe Networks
Object Hierarchy
Base Objects
Accessing Pipe Network-Specific Base Objects
Pipe-Specific Ambient Settings
Listing and Adding Dynamic Part Properties
Retrieving the Parts List
Creating a Pipe Network
Creating Pipes
Using Pipes
Creating Pipe Styles
Creating Pipe Label Styles
Creating Structures
Using Structures
Creating Structure Styles
Creating Structure Label Styles
Interference Checks
Object Hierarchy
Performing an Interference Check
Listing the Interferences
Interference Check Styles
Sample Program
Creating Custom Subassemblies Using .NET
Subassembly Changes
Designing Custom Subassemblies
Naming Custom Subassemblies
Attachment and Insertion Methodology
User-defined vs. Hard-coded Parameters
Input Parameter Types
Superelevation Behavior and Subassemblies
Creating Subassembly Help Files
Structure of Subassembly Programs
The Subassembly Template (SATemplate.vb)
The Corridor State Object
Support Files (CodesSpecific.vb, Utilities.vb)
Sample VB.NET Subassembly
The Subassembly Tool Catalog
Creating a Tool Catalog ATC File
Sample Tool Catalog ATC Files
Tool Catalog Data Type Information
Creating a Tool Catalog Cover Page
Creating a Tool Catalog Registry File
Installing Custom Subassemblies
Exporting Custom Subassemblies Using a Package File
Root Objects
Object Hierarchy
Accessing Corridor-Specific Base Objects
Ambient Settings
Corridor Concepts
Listing Corridors
Creating Corridors
Object Hierarchy
Listing Baselines in a Corridor
Adding a Baseline to a Corridor
Listing Baseline Regions
Accessing and Modifying Baseline Stations
Listing Offset Baselines
Assemblies and Subassemblies
Object Hierarchy
Listing Applied Assemblies in a Baseline Region
Getting Applied Subassembly Information
Feature Lines
Object Hierarchy
Listing Feature Lines Along a Baseline
Listing Feature Lines Along Offset Baselines
Corridor Surfaces
Object Hierarchy
Listing Corridor Surfaces
Listing Surface Boundaries
Computing Cut and Fill
Assembly Style
Link Style
Shape Style
Roadway Style Sets
Sample Program
Appendix A Object Hierarchy
AutoCAD Civil 3D
Appendix B Creating Custom Subassemblies with VBA
Designing Custom Subassemblies
Naming Custom Subassemblies
Attachment and Insertion Methodology
User Defined vs. Hard-Coded Parameters
Input Parameter Types
Superelevation Behavior and Subassemblies
Creating Subassembly Help Files
COM Objects for Subassemblies
VBA Structure for Subassemblies
Defining Point, Link, and Shape Codes
Sample Subassembly VBA Script
Creating a Subassembly Tool Catalog
Sample Tool Catalog Registry File
Sample Tool Catalog ATC File
Data Type Information
Creating a Tool Catalog Cover Page
Installing Custom Subassemblies
Appendix C Creating Client Applications

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