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    Thumbs up Build map error

    Building Product <JORDAN STREETS>...

    Building MAP...
    Importing JORDAN ST.shp...
    Warning: 1 Unrecognized Line features in file C:\Ahmed ST\JORDAN STREETS 2011\JORDAN ST.shp:
    Type: - Link id: 0
    Imported 0 areas, 235757 lines, and 0 points.
    Using rectangular extents clipper to clip features.
    Preprocessing for Map Build Engine...
    0 3D models exported


    ANY BODY CAN HELP ME TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM

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    Thumbs down building map error

    Building Product <DD>...

    Building AAA...
    Importing BANNAST_GEO.shp...
    Warning: 1 Unrecognized Line features in file G:\AHMED ST\BANNAST_GEO.shp:
    Type: - Link id: 0

    Imported 0 areas, 235823 lines, and 0 points.
    Using rectangular extents clipper to clip features.
    Preprocessing for Map Build Engine...
    0 3D models exported
    Starting Map Build Engine...
    WARNING! Message: Format 2 can't have net file without node
    Map Build Engine completed successfully with 1 warnings
    Successfully completed map build.

    Building DD BASEMAP...
    Importing N030E030.DXF.gz...
    Imported 66 areas, 2495 lines, and 175 points.
    Importing N030E035.DXF.gz...
    Imported 9 areas, 1516 lines, and 25 points.
    Importing N035E030.DXF.gz...
    Imported 147 areas, 2444 lines, and 188 points.
    Importing N035E035.DXF.gz...
    Imported 141 areas, 3379 lines, and 291 points.
    Using rectangular extents clipper to clip features.
    Preprocessing for Map Build Engine...
    0 3D models exported
    Building 2D MTX...
    Starting Map Build Engine...
    Map Build Engine completed successfully with 0 warnings
    Successfully completed map build.

    Creating Map Searching Directory...
    Warning! Mdr file is empty!
    Error: MDR build failed. NT products require an MDR



    any body help me to solve this problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by khateeb View Post
    Warning: 1 Unrecognized Line features in file G:\AHMED ST\BANNAST_GEO.shp:
    Type: - Link id: 0
    1. Which tool you have used in the preparation of these SHP files for compilation by MPC?
    2. Do you use the custom roads?

    Quote Originally Posted by khateeb View Post
    Creating Map Searching Directory...
    Warning! Mdr file is empty!
    Error: MDR build failed. NT products require an MDR
    1. Do you have a routing on roads in the source?
    2. Try to switch off 'Create NT Product' in the Detailed Product Configuration and show the log.
    Last edited by Cnfhbr; 15th September 2011 at 18:29.

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    **************************************************
    MapSource Product Creator v7.22
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    Building Product <test map>...



    Building streets...

    Importing BANNAST_GEO.shp...

    Warning: 1 Unrecognized Line features in file C:\Ahmed ST\BANNAST_GEO.shp:

    Type: - Link id: 0

    Imported 0 areas, 235823 lines, and 0 points.

    Using rectangular extents clipper to clip features.

    Preprocessing for Map Build Engine...

    0 3D models exported

    Starting Map Build Engine...

    Map Build Engine completed successfully with 0 warnings

    Successfully completed map build.



    Building test map BASEMAP...

    Importing N030E030.DXF.gz...

    Imported 66 areas, 2495 lines, and 175 points.

    Importing N030E035.DXF.gz...

    Imported 9 areas, 1516 lines, and 25 points.

    Importing N035E030.DXF.gz...

    Imported 147 areas, 2444 lines, and 188 points.

    Importing N035E035.DXF.gz...

    Imported 141 areas, 3379 lines, and 291 points.

    Using rectangular extents clipper to clip features.

    Preprocessing for Map Build Engine...

    0 3D models exported

    Starting Map Build Engine...

    Map Build Engine completed successfully with 0 warnings

    Successfully completed map build.



    Building TDB file...

    Successfully built TDB file...



    Packing Customized Types...

    Customized Type packing complete.



    Unknown error while building installer

    Creating Product Image...



    Completed Product Build.


    i built new map without NT . the map built Successfully , but the same error (Warning: 1 Unrecognized Line features in file G:\AHMED ST\BANNAST_GEO.shp:
    Type: - Link id: 0) found.

    and when i used this map in garmin mobile pc there is a error appear (Detail maps dont support routing)


    please can you help me to solve this problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khateeb View Post
    ... but the same error (Warning: 1 Unrecognized Line features in file G:\AHMED ST\BANNAST_GEO.shp:
    Type: - Link id: 0) found.
    It's not an error, just a warning!
    Most probably, you have used in source the routed polyline with type, which isn't a standard type of roads for the MPC.
    I repeat the questions:
    1. Which tool you have used in the preparation of these SHP files for compilation by MPC?
    2. Do you use the custom roads?

    Quote Originally Posted by khateeb View Post
    when i used this map in garmin mobile pc there is a error appear (Detail maps dont support routing)
    Most likely, the routing in your source is built incorrectly or it isn't accomplished ...

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    1. Which tool you have used in the preparation of these SHP files for compilation by MPC?
    ArcGis 10

    2. Do you use the custom roads?

    yes ,this customs roads which i used :

    RESIDENTIAL

    COLLECTOR

    OTHER_HWY

    PRINCIPAL_HWY

    MAJOR_HWY

    HIGH_SPEED_RAMP

    LOW_SPEED_RAMP

    ROUNDABOUT

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    @khateeb
    All of these listed types of roads are the standard roads for the MPC - Garmin Roads.

    Most likely, one of the polylines in your source has the routing data, but the type of this polyline is different from the standard Garmin Roads or this type has been missed.

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    we divide our data to 12 parts , then put all of them in MPC and the map was built successfully ,without missed any polyline or having any warnings in garmin type.

    but that error was appear when we used the whole data without divide it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by khateeb View Post
    we divide our data to 12 parts , then put all of them in MPC and the map was built successfully ...
    That's even better!
    These maps created separately and combined into one (gmapsupp) container will be working faster and more stable.
    You can try to experiment with the Sample Project from the distro of MPC ...

 

 

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