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*40*03090324391716 39622962 39623219 153130 30 -.021T0738 *41*03090311132502T07380805F64.063.012 8 KM0.484MT 1.56716MSP *43*030903111325020738 -1.942 *41*03090325027013T08070957F63.070.002 40 KM1.121MT 51.45792MSP *43*030903250270130807 279.394 *41*03090370132502T10031124F70.066.012 40 KM1.123MT -51.45764MSP *43*030903701325021003 -283.362 2. WDDPROC – Install all description programs in a directory of C:\programs\vertpgm or they will not run correctly. You also need to set a path and environment variable to this directory as explained in the NABOOK documentation. When running these programs all needed data files, etc. have to also be in this directory. Because VFPROC installs all programs (*.exe) and all related program files in this directory, it is confusing because the programs are mixed in among the documentation files, program files, etc. For ease of use, rename them as follows (this is also the order that you run the files through them). This puts them at the front (top) of the folder when you open it. Each time you run a set of files through the process, you will need to move all the required files to this directory to run them through the complete process. You can them move them back to a project directory, for this example, L26615_1_VTIS. 1_WDs2d.exe – need to run this on each BM used; go to web, save NGS datasheet as *.txt file (e.i. DY1113.txt file); run 1_WDs2d - changes DY1113.txt to DY1113.dsc file; repeat for all published marks; e.i. DY1113.dsc ; DY2502.dsc; VTIS.dsc Version 1.10 (October 28, 2004) Page 27 of 36 6/14/2018 2:20 AM
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2_WExtract.exe – run this program on all *.dsc files created above; name with the same name but with *_mrg.dsc as the name; e.i. DY1113_mrg.dsc; DY2502_mrg.dsc 3_WMrgdesc.exe – run this to merge the existing dsc files into one. May have to run twice or more if you need to merge several files; e.i.: 3_WMrgdesc.exe = first : DY1113_mrg.dsc + DY2502_mrg.dsc = tempmrg.dsc 3_WMrgdesc.exe = second: tempmrg.dsc + VTIS_mrg.dsc = L266151.dsc which now contains all three descriptions 4_WDesc.exe – open the L266151.dsc file; go to Project ; fill in all blanks and save. (Project title should be the same as the title submitted to NGS when requesting level line number.) If any descriptions need updating, select it and go to Description and select Edit Description . Edit as needed and save. To add new descriptions for those marks not previously described, go to Description and select New Description . Edit as needed and save. Repeat as necessary. When done adding descriptions, go to File , Exit , and save changes. Make copy of this L266151.dsc and put in project directory for safe keeping. Note: Party chiefs should have an example of this description file with them, with the NGS description notes so they can properly describe or at least record the needed information. It is difficult to prepare these descriptions when you haven’t been there. 5_WChkdesc.exe – run this on L266151.dsc . View L266151.msg file with Wordpad to see what errors exist in dsc file. Go back to 4_WDesc.exe and edit/fix errors and redo these steps until all errors removed.
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