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Intergraph Smart Reference Data Help Classic (2020)

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2020 (10.0)

All fluid interface operations can be initiated and controlled on the S.60.21 Fluid Import Jobs screen. Here you can set up job definitions, start fluid import jobs online, and check the outcome of job execution by reviewing log and error files.

To define a new import job, do the following:

  1. Type the job name in the Job Code field.

  2. Select Insert or Update from the Action list.

  3. Click the Upload button.

    A selection dialog opens where you can upload a file to the application server.

  4. Select a file and click Open.

    The Import Path and Import File fields are populated by the software.

  5. Click Save.

  6. Clicking Start and confirming the message that you want to start the job will launch the import job.

    The uploaded file will now be processed by the software using the API m_api_fluid_classes. For more information see Fluid Class API.

    When the import is complete, a message appears: ‘Import job finished with return status'.

  7. Click View Online Log to open A.60.72 where you can check the online log of the import job. Or, click View Error Log to check if any error messages occurred during the job processing.

  • Insert: You can import fluid classes even if the fluid code does not exist. The software creates the given new fluid code and then inserts the corresponding fluid classes, NLS descriptions, and attributes. In this case, the STATUS attribute in the import XML file is mandatory in addition to fluid group and fluid code. If the fluid code already exists in the database, the software inserts the given fluid classes, NLS descriptions, and attributes under it. In this case, STATUS is not required in the XML file.

  • Update: If you select the Update action, you can update an existing fluid class, its NLS descriptions, and its attributes. The import XML file is the same for update and for insert.