Chain Custom Values (12d App)

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  • Create Date September 12, 2020
  • Last Updated July 17, 2021

Chain Custom Values (12d App)

A 12d Model application design to be used in chains for displaying values and capturing those values in parameters. This works similarly to the Chain Custom Prompts app, but is not intended for user interaction. Rather, the idea is that the chain author will provide the values to be displayed in the panel with the intention of capturing them in a parameter. This is sometimes required because there is not currently (V14C2h) an in-built Set Parameter Value command. As such, parameter values can only be set manually in the Parameter Values File (PVF) or by capturing from a field on a panel. This 12d Model app provides a method to achieve the latter in an entirely flexible and customisable way.

Unfortunately, there's no documentation for this at the moment, but the command-line arguments for the field types (e.g. Text, Real, Integer) use the same values as for the Chain Custom Prompts app so refer to that documentation.  Do note, however, that since there are only 9 supported parameter types (Grids are not supported by this macro), it's a limited subset of those commands.  If you're interested in a longer explanation of how this macro can be used refer to the post Set and Change Parameter values in Chains.

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Matthew is a Civil Engineer with 20 yrs experience in the industry. He started work as a design consultant involved in numerour road, highway, drainage and land development projects. During that time, he became an integral part of the 12d development group, developing company standards, conventions, and customisations and providing support and training to users in offices around the world. After his design role, Matthew moved to head up the UK office of 12d Solutions, being responsible for the sales, support and training for all 12d Model users throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Since returning to Australia in 2015, he has setup his own business providing consulting services to the civil infrastructure industry. As part of this work, he has helped develop innovative and streamlined survey and data management processes on large construction projects, including Northconnex, Westconnex Stage 3A, Melbourne Metro and others.

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