Survey plan

When working with NET Engineering, users can set various options that the program then uses by default.
The form is opened by clicking on the mceclip1.pngbutton on the “Setup” tab in Group > “Options” or in the “NET” tab in Group > “Settings” by clicking on the mceclip0.pngbutton.

General tab

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The format of the display is controlled under “Duct-connection illustration—distances and lengths”. For distances and lengths, the decimal separator must be a comma.
1. Specification of the distance between groups.
2. Input of the maximum length of a group line. The value must not be less than 2.
3. Definition of the text content to be written for the duct
4. The Help button provides information on how to define the field:

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“Object rules”
5. Ducts connected via fittings can be automatically jointly renamed.
6. You can specify whether or not the duct lengths should be automatically recalculated. If this option has been deactivated, the duct lengths must be manually recalculated after editing duct or trench geometries.
7. You can specify whether the duct configuration should be checked when assigning internal ducts.
8. You can specify that the geometry of the higher-layer elements be checked when assigning further ducts and cables.
9. You can specify whether the trench cross section is to be recreated when the trench geometry is changed.

Trench-occupancy-text tab

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The display of the occupancy details can be set under “Trench occupancy”.
1. Both the cable and duct occupancies can be entered together on one trench.
2. The trench attributes can be displayed regardless of this.
The object designations can be defined differently for the trench occupancy.
3. The Help button provides information on how to define the fields:

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4. You can choose whether to display the FID, the name, or the type of the element.
5. A character can be defined, which precedes the designations, depending on the hierarchy of the trench occupancy.
6. The duct types for which the text should be displayed can be selected.

Duct-tap-label tab

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1. You can specify for which fittings assigned to the duct points the duct tap label should be displayed.
2. The Help button provides information on how to define the fields:

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3. You can choose whether to display the FID, the name and/or the type of the element, as well as which separators are to be displayed between the designations. The indentation mark applies both to the multi-duct bundles and to the microducts.

Duct-workflows tab

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1. Various options can be activated, individually or all of them. You can find out more about this here.
2. The settings for the Edit duct connections workflow are specified.
3. The Help button provides information on how to define the fields:

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4. The labeling of trenches, ducts and cables in the workflow is defined.