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How to Safely Clean Working and Results Files in ICM

As you work in InfoWorks ICM, you may notice that you are running out of space on your hard drive. This can happen when you work in ICM often and make loads of changes to your model without cleaning out … Continue reading

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Tip & Tricks. Comments in SQLs

Want to make your code understood to colleagues? Want to ignore certain lines whilst developing an InfoNet SQL? A double Backslash ‘\\’ acts as a comment in InfoNet SQL Comments. In computer programming, a comment is a programmer-readable explanation or … Continue reading

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Little Gems Of Functionality – Visualising Structural and Serviceability Defect Scores on the Long Section View.

The long section pick tool has always been a great tool, giving users the ability to display one or more pipes in profile. The CCTV Survey Defects can also be displayed along the pipes, which appear as coloured crosses. The … Continue reading

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What To Do If You Get ‘Record Not Found In Local Datastore’ Error

Once in a while, when committing changes to a network in InfoWorks ICM or InfoNet , you may receive an error such as this one: There are several reasons why this problem may have occurred. Innovyze has resolved many of these … Continue reading

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Little Gems Of Functionality – Layer Lists Reassigning Paths

Right clicking on a Layer List and choosing properties from the pop-up menu brings up the Properties dialog box, the ‘Layer List’ tab displays the mapped drive (such as X:\) or UNC paths (such as \\servername to the GIS Layers). … Continue reading

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SQL to SET the Video Path on a CCTV Survey

The MSCC4 standard specifies that a survey must contain either a VVR (Video volume reference new vol) or VID (Video file) Defect Code. The Video name then appears in the ‘Remarks’ column, see image below. An SQL Can be used … Continue reading

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Lost Explorer Window. HELP!

Explorer Window Accidentally lost/closed? InfoNet now looks bare, here’s how to recover the Explorer Window.

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SQL: Counting the number of Objects in a Zone – A Spatial Query.

Trying to count the number of flooding incidents in a zone? Indeed trying to count any object; pipe, node, property, etc., in a zone, then try the following. SQL 1, create a table of Zone ID against count of Flooding … Continue reading

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New Feature Highlight in InfoNet and InfoWorks ICM – Spatial Bookmarks

You can now create and save spatial bookmarks in InfoNet (v14.0) and InfoWorks ICM (v4.0). This is especially nice when working in very large networks. To open and dock the Spatial Bookmark Window, simply click on the ‘spacial bookmarks window’ button. … Continue reading

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Giving User Fields In InfoNet a More Descriptive Heading

User text and number fields are included for every object within InfoNet. They are great fields for tracking and storing any information that does not comply with any of the built-in fields that already reside in InfoNet, but did you … Continue reading

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