I have a contour dilemma. Using Microstation, 1-ft contours have been made on a til-by-tile basis in our project. These DGNs were imported into a GDB, so the polylines have already been merged together. There are four types of contours in this dataset (index, intermediate, index depression, and intermediate depression). I have unsplit the lines based on elevation and contour type. The problem I am having is that Microstation was not consistent in specifying contour type. So, from tile to tile a contour may have two different types. I would like to unsplit the lines so that the resulting line retains the attributes of the longer feature. Does anyone know of a way I can achieve this? Or, is there a way to prevent this in Microstation? Much appreciation in advance.
EDIT: I have increased my model buffer to include more model key points. This removes many of the smaller errors (contours that are within x distance of the processing tile) but larger errors (contours that extend outside of x distance) remain. Increasing my model buffer to include more tiles also dramatically increases processing time. Small projects that allow me to increase the model buffer to include all tiles does not produce errors. This, however, is not possible on large projects.