About Datgel Fence and Map Tool
The Datgel Fence and Map Tool gINT Reports is a collection of gINT reports and library objects which provide an extensive range of data presentation options, along with dynamically generated scales bars and legends/keys. The Tool is based on two databases structures: DGD and AGS RTA.
There are 5 major components of the Tool:
- Fence reports, with numerous output time user defined data presentation options
- Dynamic fence post legend
- Map reports
- Dynamic map key
- Dynamic scale bars for both fence and map reports
New in Version 3
- DCP column width and Max Value option
- Definable stick width
- Elevation line at geology unit changes
- Fence report layouts with map at top, and renaming of reports
- Geology Unit text
- Geotechnical Chemical Plot
- Hollow or solid histograms of RQD and TCR
- Letter, A1, A3, A1E, A3E and 11x17" page sizes
- Major Defects
- Options for depth scale
- Options for Material Graphic Scale
- Options for Scale Position in Histograms and Bar Charts, i.e minimum on left, right, beside stick or away from stick
- Options for SPT plots
- Options for post header text
- Piezometer static water level
- Review of page dimensions
- TCR text and histograms
- User definable post text height
- Wide range of Laboratory test result text
You are eligible for support and maintenance if the DSM subscription for you license is current. For technical support please email email@example.com or call +61 2 8202 8600 or +65 6631 9780.
The product requires gINT version 8.20.800.00 (2/Jul/2010) or newer. The tool comprises of Fence and Site Map reports that require gINT Professional or gINT Professional Plus.
Hardware and Operating System
Same system requirements as gINT.
You need to complete the implementation procedure (see Installation and Licensing before you can use the Fence and Map Tool. Note, this may have already be done by Datgel or a colleague.
As there is not a software program, and an activation process is not needed.
About this Guide
This document is intended for use by both new users of Datgel Fence and Map Tool gINT Reports. It is assumed you are a geotechnical engineer, engineering geologist or CAD Operator with an understanding of drawing procedures and user level skills with MS windows and gINT.
Conventions and typography used in this guide
Used to indicate a series of menu commands, e.g. Select File > Open.
Used to indicate a gINT Application Group, Application, Table Group or Table , e.g. DATA DESIGN | Project Database.
Items you must select, command buttons, or items in a list, e.g. Navigate to UTILITIES | Convert Projects (4th tab).
Use to emphasize the importance of a point such as parameters, e.g. Data Entry – Check Omit Must Save prompt when save is required.
Names of keys on the keyboard, for example, SHIFT, CTRL, or ALT.
Key combinations, for example CTRL+P, or ALT+F4.
Indicates a code snippet within a paragraph.
Indicates a sample program codes inserted in user guide e.g.
File name or path
Used for formatting file name and paths e.g. abc lib.glb or V:\10 gINT\Datgel Install Files.
Database table name, e.g. POINT_TABLE.
Database field name; e.g. PointID.
Command line, presented exactly as it must be entered e.g. cdir.
Each of the fields in the project tables have been coloured to improve the data entry process as indicated the following table.
Field Name and Explanation
gINT Key Field – mandatory data entry
AGS Data – data associated with the AGS Data Interchange Format
Calculated Field – data is written to this field by Datgel's code
Brown - Green
Data Enter and Calculated field
Data Entry Field – data should be entered into this field, or data in this field influences the calculation
Legacy Data Field – historic data entered here, is typically from an old database
Output Option – used to control how data displays on a report
Remark or Metadata Field – additional data associated with the primary information