Thank you for downloading AutoCAD® Map 3D 2012 Service Pack 1
This readme contains the latest information regarding the installation and use of the Update. It is strongly recommended that you read the entire document before you apply the Service Pack to your product. For reference, you should save this document to your hard drive or print a copy.
You can apply this Service Pack to the following Autodesk products running on all supported operating systems and languages. Be sure to install the correct Service Pack for your software.
You can also use Communication Center to install the Live Update Maintenance Patches for AutoCAD Map 3D 2012, which will automatically show the correct service pack for your product.
AutoCAD Map 3D 2012
Autodesk Infrastructure Administrator 2012
AutoCAD Map 3D 2012
Autodesk Infrastructure Administrator 2012
You can use this Service Pack with the following operating systems below.
Service Pack 3 (SP3) of the following:
· Microsoft Windows XP Professional Edition
· Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition
Service Pack 2 (SP2) or later of the following:
· Microsoft® Windows Vista® Enterprise
· Microsoft Windows Vista Business
· Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate
· Microsoft Windows Vista Business 64-bit
· Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise 64-bit
· Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit
The following Windows® 7 operating systems:
· Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise
· Microsoft Windows 7 Professional
· Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate
· Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit
· Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
· Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
It is recommended that you right click the installer and select "Run as Administrator" while installing the service pack. When you apply this service pack while running AutoCAD Map 3D, it is recommended that you do not click the "Automatically close applications and attempt to restart them after setup is complete" option. Instead, close AutoCAD Map 3D manually, and press "Ignore" at the prompt. It is also recommended that you reboot your system after installing the update.
· Exporting DWG to SDF using *.epf file through Autodesk.Gis.Map.ImportExport.Exporter API class is now operational.
· Map3D is now more stable when selecting EPSG georeferenced data.
· The MAPSYS user is no longer required to be updated when installing the AutoCAD Map 3D 2012 Service Pack.
· Map3D is now more stable when updating the Structure to Map 3D Enterprise 2012.
· Display model is able to save layers when a second display map is created.
ELECTRIC DATA ACQUISITION
· The drag and drop conductor used with consecutive ducts has been fixed.
· There is no longer an AutoCAD warning dialog prompted when closing a drawing file after editing an Industry Model
· Map3D is now stable when attempting to show the schema on a disconnected feature source.
· Map3D is now stable when refreshing the schema in FDO Data Connect.
· Map3D is now stable after working with second drawing using themed SQL data.
· All the maps are rendered when generating graphics with a multi-map display model.
· Performance is greatly improved when cleaning large number of objects with the Dissolve Pseudo Nodes cleanup action.
· Map3D is now more stable when open a drawing from sheet set.
· The "MAPTOACAD" command is now operable via a dialog on localized installations.
· Enterprise Industry Model FDO Provider can open TB2 documents.
· Invalid intersected features are now able to be detected.
· Memory leaks, which occurred when labeling Enterprise Industry Model layers or when using object snap on point feature layers symbolized with blocks, have been fixed.
· Map 3D is more stable when creating an "Island Plan Plot" from invalid geometries.
· Out of memory issue has been solved for point cloud grouped index file generation.
· Features which have been invisible are now shown.
· Features in enhanced styles now are selectable.
· Water analysis workflow FindNonSplitPointOnSection is now stable with colinear arcs.
As a result of detailed information from customers who used the Customer Error Reporting Utility, a number of problems were identified and fixed. Updates have been made in the following commands and features:
Service Pack 1
· 3D Gizmos & Editing
· .NET API
· Property Palette
· Tool Palettes
· Visual Lisp
The following defects have been fixed:
3D Navigation Tools
· 3DConnexion settings are not being remembered after changes are made.
· 3Dconnexion device will not cancel the current command.
3D Surface Modeling
· With dynamic input off dragging the height handle of an extruded line will not always stretch by the value and direction of the drag.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when rebuilding a helix to a spline where the selection was not dropped.
· AutoCAD may become unstable while attempting to load a DCL file with errors from a long file name.
· Tooltip does not appear when Additional tool tip string is set in “AcEdInputPointMonitor::monitorInput”.
· API fix: This fix will respect the custom color, line pattern and line weight when selecting the entities including external reference.
· Autoloader fails when SeriesMax parameter set to linked.
· Autoloader loads partial CUI but may not display it when the bundle is removed and reinstalled.
· When platform="AutoCAD*", bundles will be load on ACAD and Vertical.
· Using Autoloader to add custom CUI files that contain WPF Custom Controls will not work as it needs a registry entry.
· AutoCAD may become unstable while snapping to blocks containing OLE objects.
· Editing attribute text in EATTEDIT dialog sometimes results in a fatal error.
· When a drawing is saved from within the Block Editor, the entire content of the drawing is sometimes lost and replaced with the content of the block being edited.
· Sometimes there is a delay while trying to modify blocks containing a Block Table Parameter.
· AutoCAD becomes unstable when entering the block editor, attempting to edit a dynamic block which has geometry on a locked layer.
· Sometimes the BEDIT toolbar does not get hidden after exiting block editor.
· You may receive an error at the command line after enabling a WinTab driver and the tablet will not function.
· Integrated chipsets are unable to return available video memory correctly.
· Arcs and circles viewed on edge appear as a single line. This changes 2D DWF/DWFx drivers to plot them as a single line, rather than a polyline.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when using the "UNDO" command on drawings that are 2 gigabyte or larger.
· Ordinate dimensions in paper space are not correctly reflecting the distance from paper space UCS.
· AutoCAD may become unstable while closing a drawing after etransmitting it using the COM API.
· Autodesk Exchange may display a non-subscription link after updating to a subscription serial number.
· User login IDs that contained special characters like “@” could not log in to online services.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when using the NCOPY command.
· Overkill may delete polylines incorrectly when working with reversed polylines.
· Overkill may not work well when there is an arc segment in between 2 line segments.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when using the “separate hatch” option.
· Multi frame QuickBird Tiff image files may not display expected colors.
· When trying to insert an Adobe Photoshop PSD file it was not visible in the file filter list.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when inserting an AdobePhotoshop PSD file.
· Changing layer colors of layers beginning with non-alphanumeric characters may result in other layers changing colors.
· The layer state Ribbon control does not honor the apply properties viewport overrides.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when drawings with multileaders are saved to older versions.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when editing polylines.
· NCOPY may fail to copy objects contained in blocks that were inserted into paper space.
· Mtext Paragraph spacing value cannot be edited once a value is set.
· True Type (TTF) font text or mtext is blurry, bold, and distorted when the viewport is non-orthogonal because XY values are not exactly zero.
OLE (Object Linking & Embedding)
· AutoCAD may become unstable when copying from an Excel file back to AutoCAD.
· Cannot open drawing files from file Explorer if the drawing contains a "'%'" in the file name.
· AutoCAD may stop responding when saving and or opening drawings with Symantec Norton 360 Version 5 installed on your system.
· You will be unable to open drawings created using a non-Autodesk product when using the Open() API.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when selecting the grid in some drawings.
· Area is wrong when coincident constraints are applied to entities.
· Area is wrong when coincident constraints are applied to entities.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when unloading a PDF underlay.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when an undefined PDF underlay is unloaded.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when plotting drawings that include “MS Mincho” to PDF.
· Drawings containing many layers may become slower with each pan and zoom operation when the ribbon is active.
· Performance improvement in 64bit COM APIs.
· You may experience data loss when sending multiple plots to Xerox printers.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when selecting plot preview.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when using the purge command.
· The linetype preview may be missing from the linetype dropdown in Ribbon Properties panel when opening drawings from the Application Menu.
· Ribbon Combo Box text height may be empty when using "TEXTEDIT" on multiple dimensions.
· With Snap enabled, the cursor does not move to snap intervals.
· Turning SNAPGRIDLEGACY ON will restore the old Snap behavior of the cursor when no command is active.
· Restores legacy SNAP behavior during certain LISP-based selection commands.
Sheet Set Manager
· Sheet List Table Context menu in Sheet Set Manager (SSM) is missing some menu items.
· Cell style is grayed out when picking inside any cell.
· The data link menu is grayed out after inserting a data link in a table.
· AutoCAD may become unstable attempting to edit a polyline vertices Pedit tangent.
· AutoCAD may become unstable in group selection where the group contains a box.
· When objects are on locked layers you are able to nudge them.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when interacting with the ViewCube while grip editing.
· When right click menus are disabled, selection or crossing right click actions are incorrect.
Visual Basic for Application
· AcFocusCtrl cannot be inserted in a VBA form.
· Attribute dialog will be displayed when inserting a block with attributes based on the setvar ATTDIA value.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when using osnap in a 2d hide view.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when interacting between the open dialog and the XREF manager.
· AutoCAD may become unstable when zooming over the XY indicator in Layout.
New CLASSICARRAYDIALOG command and SNAPGRIDLEGACY system variable
The Service Pack brings back the Array dialog functionality by introducing a new CLASSICARRAYDIALOG command. It also introduces the option to restore legacy Snap behavior by controlling it through the new SNAPGRIDLEGACY system variable:
Creates copies of objects in a regularly spaced rectangular or polar array.
1 – Always snap the cursor to the grid
0 – Only snap the cursor to the grid when AutoCAD prompts to specify a point
As you prepare to install this Update, keep the following in mind:
Back Up Custom Files
It is recommended that you back up all custom CUIX, MNR, and MNL files before you apply this Update.
During installation, you will be prompted for the original installation media or a network image. In order to apply this service pack, you must have administrative privileges to install and uninstall products.
Administrators can deploy this Service Pack over a network using the Deployment Wizard.
About Your Product
After you install the Service Pack, updated product information displays in the About dialog box.
After you install, it is recommended to reboot your system even if not prompted.
The following Microsoft Windows command line switches are built into this Update:
· /e – Extracts the MSP file from the Service Pack executable.
· /q – Suppresses the completion message after the Service Pack is applied. This is useful if you use a script or batch file to apply this Service Pack to multiple computers.
Instructions about how to use the /e command line switch are included in the installation procedures that follow.
Follow these instructions to install this Service Pack on a single computer.
1. Download the Service Pack and save it to any folder.
2. If required, insert the product media (for example, the AutoCAD installation disc).
3. Find the folder where you saved the Service Pack and double-click the executable (EXE) file.
You can use InfoCenter to apply this Service Pack through your local network. Detailed instructions on how to set up patching through your local network are listed in the InfoCenter tab of the CAD Manager Control Utility Help.
Note: You can install the CAD Manager Control Utility from the product installation media. Select Install Tools and Utilities and then select Autodesk CAD Manager Tools.
The following distribution method applies only to administrative images created with the Deployment Wizard. After you complete these procedures, subsequent deployments of your product will include this Service Pack.
In all cases, append this Service Pack to the deployment. The only time it is appropriate to merge the Service Pack is if you intend to distribute the deployment through a group policy object.
The patch (service pack) file that you download contains an MSP (Microsoft Patch) file, which you extract from the executable file using the /e (extract) switch. For an example of the syntax, see step 2, below.
1. From the Autodesk Product Support website, download the Service Pack EXE file to your local computer.
2. On the Start menu (Windows), click Run. Enter the following information and click OK.
<local_drive:>\<patch_name> /e <local_drive:>\< patch_name>.msp
3. Insert the Autodesk media and launch setup.exe.
4. Select Create Deployments. Click Next.
5. On the Begin Deployment page, in the Specify the Deployment Location box, enter the shared network location where you would like to create an administrative image, or click Browse to find a location. Users install the product from this location.
6. In the Specify a Deployment Name box, enter the name for your deployment.
7. Continue through the Deployment wizard, open and configure the deployment in the product configuration page, click Add to find the Service Pack extracted in Step 2. Notice that the Service Pack has been added in the Include Update(s) from local drive or local network box. Close and return to the product list.
8. Follow the instructions in the Deployment wizard to complete the Service Pack deployment.
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