Export Drive File (ExpDri)
Exports an existing VrOne drive file to an ASCII file.
VrOne drive files (.drv) are stored in a binary format. Export Drive File translates a binary drive file to an XYZ formatted ASCII file. The following is an example of an ASCII drive file.
634251.010689 1761639.884518 27.000000
634907.271607 1760401.788854 28.000000
634916.029990 1760389.327126 28.000000
634947.153448 1760403.256970 28.000000
635017.584574 1760455.106385 28.000000
635028.486218 1760446.562766 28.000000
634413.773877 1761956.830080 28.000000
635070.112476 1762245.693583 28.000000
Defines the drive file to export. Certain batch applications create batch files in order to drive to problem areas. Options include a batch application drive file such as “Line Cross (LinCro)” and “Batch Join (BatJoi)”. There is also an option to export a user-defined drive file. When the “Use Drive File Name” option is selected, the drive file to export is defined in the Drive File Name prompt.
Drive file name
If the Drive file is set to “Use Drive File Name” this field defines the user-defined drive file to export.
ASCII drive file name
Defines the output file name.