Conflict Resolution dialog box
 
 
 

Use this dialog box to resolve conflicts during import.

To specify the data to import

Click Home tabData panelImport From Files. At the Command prompt, enter mapimport.

You can map incoming attribute data to target data fields in the AutoCAD Map 3D drawing using both the Data and Object Class columns. This may result in mapping two different incoming data fields to the same target data field. Before proceeding with the import, you must resolve such conflicts.

For example, the Object Class field can specify that a AutoCAD Map 3D object data field called “Wire_Data” stores an imported attribute “Voltage,” while the Data column specifies that the same “Wire_Data” object data field stores another imported attribute, “EMF.” You cannot store two data values in one target field. The Conflict Resolution dialog box lets you specify which incoming data values to use.

Conflicts Detected For Input Layer <Layer Name>

Conflicts between the attribute mapping specified in the Data and Object Class columns have been found for the specified layer.

Conflict List

Specify which of the incoming attributes (the one defined in the Object Class or the one specified in the Data column) should be stored in the AutoCAD Map 3D data field.

Class Input Field

Click in this column to use the value specified by the Object Class.

Data Input Field

Click in this column to use the value specified by the Data column.

Target

View the target attribute data field in the AutoCAD Map 3D drawing. The syntax used for the Target field is

CATEGORY:TABLE.FIELD

Where

CATEGORY Type of data, for example "OD" for object data, or "LT" for link template (linked external database).
TABLE Object data table name or database table name.
FIELD Data field name.
Use Class

Resolve all conflicts using the Class Input Field definitions.

Use Data

Resolve all conflicts using the Data Input Field definitions.

OK

Accept the current settings and return to the Import dialog box.