You can specify options
that affect the operation of a single installation of AutoCAD Map 3D.
you have enabled Force User Login
the Multi-User Options tab, you must log in as a Superuser to set
System Options. The default superuser login name is SuperUser (not
case sensitive) and the password is SUPERUSER (case sensitive).
Log File Options
- Select Log File Active to
create a log file for AutoCAD Map 3D messages.
- In the File Name box,
provide the path and name for a log file in which to record error,
warning, and diagnostic messages. The default name is acadmap.log.
Optionally, you can click Browse to
search your file system for an existing file. AutoCAD Map 3D appends
messages to the file you select.
- Specify one of the following under Message
Level 0: Error
Messages — The log file contains error messages
that describe potential problems you may encounter. For example,
if you attempt to attach a drawing that is already attached, AutoCAD Map 3D produces
an error message that is stored in the log file.
Level 1: Error
And Warning Messages — The log file contains
warning messages in addition to error messages. Warning messages
alert you to potential problems. For example, if you use duplicate
link template names, AutoCAD Map 3D produces a warning message that
is stored in the log file.
Level 2: Error,
Warning And Diagnostic Messages — The log file
contains status messages as well as error and warning messages.
Number of Drawings Loaded
Into Memory At Once
When you attach and activate
drawings, AutoCAD Map 3D opens them in memory. You do not see the open
drawings, but AutoCAD Map 3D must open them to perform operations.
The number of drawings
that AutoCAD Map 3D can open in memory at the same time depends on several
factors. These include the size of the drawings, amount of memory,
and your system setup.
The number you specify
here does not limit the number of active drawings. AutoCAD Map 3D opens
and closes files in memory as it needs them. If your system has
a lot of memory, you can enter a larger number (up to 200) to make
queries go faster.
To specify a default
directory for externally saved queries or cache files, enter the
path in the appropriate box. Or click Browse to
locate an existing directory.