Items can be created by importing features from GIS data files.
Currently supported formats are:
Personal Geodatabase Support
In order to load Personal Geodatabase files your machine needs to have the Access Database Engine installed. This is included as part of the Microsoft Office package, however if you do not have this on your machine please download and install the Microsoft Access Database Engine from the Microsoft website.
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There is a wizard to guide the user through the GIS feature import process. The wizard is a user interface that presents a user with a sequence of dialog boxes that lead the user through a series of well-defined steps. To progress through the steps in the wizard, press the Next button. The return to a previously completed step, press the Previous button.
You can use the Tree View to start the wizard. Right Click on the type of object that is to be imported and select 'Import from GIS'.
Select the units that the GIS data being loaded is in so that it can be converted for use with the current Unit Selection within the software.
The preview pane displays data from the currently selected tables. Tick the check box to toggle the selection of the table's data. At least one table must be selected, so if the data source contains only one table the check box will be disabled.
Displays the name of the table.
Click the button to change the colour of the table's data in the preview pane.
At the final step on the wizard, pressing the 'Import' button will perform the import and create the xpdrainage objects. When this operation is complete, you will be shown a summary of the objects created during the import.
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