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Use Infrastructure Administrator to create, edit, and save file-based industry model templates and drawings.
To create a new file-based industry model template or drawing
- In the Infrastructure Administrator, click ®.
- In the Create A New Industry Model dialog box, specify the following:
Add any of the following extensions:
Add any of the listed modules.
You can also select a customized data model, if you created one. Customized data models might be country-specific data model enhancements that are not covered by the standard modules. See Autodesk Industry Model Editor.
Specify default units for attributes, such as ORIENTATION or LENGTH. You can also define specific units for each attribute when you create it.
The settings must never be modified at any later time. The settings are saved in the system table TB_INFO. The default orientation is dependent on the angle unit.
Selected: Degree and Clockwise -> Default orientation = 90
Selected: Gon and Clockwise -> Default orientation = 100
Specify settings for and .
Tolerance defines the maximum precision for numeric data; the default value is 0.0005. For example, a setting of 0.005 means that measurements in meters can be precise to 5 mm. Project architects are encouraged to set this value before creating any feature classes. The spatial tolerance value can be altered for a specific feature class.
A spatial reference ID (SRID) is important for later spatial operations, such as transformation into another system. All feature classes will inherit this SRID. See also About Coordinate Systems
- When you are finished, click .
- When prompted to update modules and data models, click .
- When the process is finshed, click .
- Specify industry model settings:
- To set up reports, click Creating a Report. and then click the icon. For more information, see
- To save your settings as an industry model template or drawing, click ®.
Use the field to specify whether the settings are saved as a template or as a drawing. By default, industry model templates are saved in the Industry Templates folder.
NoteYou can also save your settings as a SQLite Data Model, which might be useful for developers or those using custom applications.
- To change settings in your template or drawing later, click ®.