Posts Tagged ‘Modules’

River and Flood Analysis Module

September 18, 2015

The River and Flood Analysis module for Civil 3D has been released.  Check your Autodesk Application Manager for the download.

New Modules and More for 2015

July 3, 2014

Autodesk has released a couple of modules and other nice features this week. 

1. Autodesk Geotechnical Module 2015

2. Autodesk Bridge Module 2015

3. Autodesk Vehicle Tracker 2015.2

4. Extended Vehicle Libraries for Autodesk Vehicle Tracking 2015

Make sure to go over the README files before installing.

Here We Go Again!! Modules Pulled

July 25, 2013

The modules have been pulled folks…

Please read the following announcement from Autodesk.

We continue to look for ways to provide extended value to our customers and have recently been exploring how we could potentially make some of our modules around river and flood analysis, bridge, rail layout and geotechnical available to a broader audience. We recently communicated the availability of these modules to Civil 3D Subscription customers. However, this transition is on hold as we continue to iterate on options. We will communicate as soon
as we have confirmation available. Please be patient and check back for updates soon.

Thank you for your understanding.

Stayed tuned folks!

Infrastructure Design Suite Modules Now Available to the Lower Tiers

July 24, 2013

Autodesk has put the Autodesk® Bridge Module, the Autodesk® Geotechnical Module, the Autodesk® Rail Layout Module, and the Autodesk® River and Flood Analysis Module for subscription customers that have only Civil 3D.

Read more here.

VBA Modules

July 15, 2010

By now most of you have been working with 2011 products.  So, I know that you have seen this dialog box pop up when opening a drawing.

6-8-2010 11-28-47 AM 

With 2011, VBA was discontinued and the 2011 products now run on the .NET Framework.  As you can see from the image above, you have three choices to choose from.  I am writing this blog because of what I experienced with this dialog box yesterday.  In the past I always selected the last option which is to Continue with the current command.  I never had any problems when doing this.  The top option, Convert VBA content to .NET works great too according to my co-worker.  Getting to the point, and the last option, Download the VBA Modules, this turned into a nightmare for me.

I downloaded the VBA Modules and it seemed like everything was running just fine.  WRONG!!  During a dry run demo, I executed the Create Feature Lines from Objects, and BAM, I get the debugging screen.  I could not get out of the debugging program to save my life.  It was looping and not letting me exit.  This would have looked really bad if I would have went to the demo and crashed and burned like this. 

I highly recommend using option #1 or #3.   If you have any questions regarding this, please contact us before you choose the wrong option.