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You may run into issues since you're not publishing the DGN file using MircoStation. You need to allow ArcMap to read certain CAD formats. From the ESRI Help: Start ArcCatalog or ArcMap. Click Customize on the main menu and click ArcCatalog Options or ArcMap Options. Click the CAD tab. Check the box Examine all file extensions to display all ...


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Far as i know, there is no Open Source solutions for v8 dgn, only way is to convert to another file format. There may be some Bentley products which do it , but I'm not familiar with them. Far as i know , there is no tool in "base" Microstation SELECT 8i to create raster from CAD-file. Solutions for file conversion : Microstation and save to some supported ...


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Yes v7 is the most current .DGN support. Have you tries loading it into QGIS and exporting it from QGIS? You can do this by right clicking on the .DGN file and choosing Save As, but again, only up to .DGN v7


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Setting Expand Named Cells to Yes (and Preserve Named Cell Insert Point to No) should give you the results you need. If not, then try adding a Visualizer/Inspector transformer mid-workspace to check that the cells are being exploded as expected. If they are, then any remaining problem must be in writing the data (maybe the output feature type (table) is ...


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I'm afraid you have to accept the error message :-( Shapefiles are intended to be point, line or polygon geometries, but not a mixture of them. From http://www.gdal.org/ogr/drv_shapefile.html: ESRI shapefiles can only store one kind of geometry per layer (shapefile). There are other data formats (GML, GeoJSON, KML) which allow that, but you will be ...


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The ResetReading() call inside the loop is "taking you back to the start" on each iteration. You'll need to remove the poLayer->ResetReading (); line to continue iterating over the layer features.


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Check the syntax you are supplying to CADtoGeodatabase because it expects: CADtoGeodatabase_conversion (input_cad_datasets, out_gdb_path, out_dataset_name, reference_scale, {spatial_reference}) You seem to be giving it a Feature Class name where it expects a path to a Geodatabase. There is a Code Sample you could follow here. However, it may be that ...


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@Rao, ogr2ogr can do this (at least, the OGR formats page shows both Microstation DGN as well as Oracle Spatial); however, you'll need a GDAL/OGR installation that includes support for Oracle. If you're using Windows, you should find everything you need on Tamas Szekeres site, otherwise check here and look for an OS-specific approach to installing GDAL. ...



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