vdPClassify, analysis phase

vdPClassify is developed to provide information on DWG elements to be stored in a migration scheme and also to capture the ‘mapping’ to the appropriate database tables and attributes.

The first step in a vdPClassify project is an onsite analysis of the AutoCAD DWG files. With the help of functions from the vdPClassify toolkit, one of our consultants can analyze information about the drawing(s). Think of an overview of the layernames that are in use, what kind of elements are on these layers and is information linked to these elements in the form of xdata or objectdata. If a classification can be derived from the structure of the layernames, does color or linetype tell something about the status of the object, etc.

Based on this information, the smart data filters can be built with which the desired objects from the drawing(s) can be filtered.

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vdPClassify, introduction

vdPClassify is developed to provide information on DWG elements to be stored in a migration scheme and also to capture the ‘mapping’ to the appropriate database tables and attributes.

vdPClassify is currently being used for data migration projects for the WIBON (= Information Exchange Act above and underground networks).
By means of smart data filters, objects from the drawings are filtered. Next, information from the objects is read using powerful property filters.

In general you can recognize objects in an AutoCAD drawing by a combination of entity type and layername, linetype or blockname. With this combination the IMKL object type can be determined. In addition, AutoCAD elements contain information in the form of block attributes, xdata or object data. This information can be converted to IMKL attributes.

vdPClassify consists of a consulting toolkit. With which we can perform an onsite analysis, create a migration control table and write the data in the desired format.
Users can then independently perform the conversions using the vdPClassify runtime.

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vdPConsulting website v3.0

In August 2011 a new website was developed in HTML/CSS. A nice slick style with photos and videos. In addition/below that I had a WordPress weblog.

I have to confess something….

Recently I’ve upgraded the website to v3.0 and I have moved away from the HTML/CSS site and switched completely to WordPress. I have chosen the simple standard template 2017.

Plus migration from HTTP to HTTPS

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