Re: [nbos] AS2.0 Problem importing routes into sector
Alan Bartholet
Wed Mar 9th, 2011
Well I don't know for sure if that is the problem or not but it seems like a
likely suspect. I could probably find some time in the next few days to
write a quick post processing script for you if you like.

Best Regards,
Alan Bartholet

On Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 10:36 PM, Dan Williamson <ENKI_29205-at-yahoo.com>wrote:

> Son of a bug!
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> I was hoping to do the whole thing with a single step on the import.
> Without writing a whole system and route importer myself, I will need to
> write a post processor in the API. Iím not very good with VB. Next stage:
> tweak the FastBang script to iterate over every route and set Modified to
> true.
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> Is that what I would do?
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> Thanks,
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> Dan
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> Mountain View
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> *From:* nbossoftware-bounces-at-nbos.com [mailto:
> nbossoftware-bounces-at-nbos.com] *On Behalf Of *Alan Bartholet
> *Sent:* Friday, March 04, 2011 10:30 PM
> *To:* nbossoftware-at-nbos.com
> *Subject:* Re: [nbos] AS2.0 Problem importing routes into sector
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> Hello Dan,
> I haven't played around with importing CSVs but I did discover that the
> route object has a property called Modified that is missing from the API.
> It must be set to true or the route will not get saved, it's possible that
> they are not getting properly flagged when you load the CSV.
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> Best Regard,
> Alan Bartholet
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> On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 10:52 PM, Dan Williamson <ENKI_29205-at-yahoo.com>
> wrote:
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> I am nearly done with a perl script that will determine the most important
> systems in a sector, generate all of the trade routes to link all of the
> systems to each other, using a jump route system inspired by 2300AD, and
> then determine the amount of relative traffic that might go between each
> system. It even creates an IPP table with each of the systems grouped by
> category Major, Minor, or Tertiary system. Minor Systems are those that are
> on the major trade routes between the Major systems. Tertiary systems are
> all other systems. The systems are weighted in the IPP table by the total
> economic value. The economic value is determined by the traffic on all
> connecting routes and the systemís inherent value due to population and
> mineral resources (minimum 1).
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> The output of the script is a CSV file that can be imported into AS2.0 with
> all of the routes. This works fine. I can load the CSV and marvel at the
> network of trade routes I have created, see all of the important routes and
> even get a sense of the relative importance of those routes. I press the
> save button. Then I close AS, go to sleep or get dinner, and come back.
> When I open the sector again all of my trade routes are gone!
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> Here is a sample CSV line:
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> Route,S-18-01-08,Shteva,Trade,Route 9 (0),#0000FF,2,1
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> Where are my routes and why canít I see them anymore? Donít they get
> saved? Is there some Filter setting I need to find?
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> Thanks!
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> Dan Williamson
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> Mountain View, CA
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