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Version:  Allplan 2021 / Allplan 2020 / Allplan 2019 / Allplan 2018 / Allplan 2017 / Allplan 2016  | Last modified: 01.10.2020
 

Question:

What are the differences between a major release, a service release and a hotfix?



Answer:

Major release

The major release is the first release of a new version.
You can download it from the homepage.

Download:
www.connect.allplan.com -> Download -> Software packages
(requires login details for Allplan Connect)

Name (example):
Allplan 2015


Service release

A service release is a collection of improvements to the program, including all the service releases and hotfixes that have been released until now. In addition to improvements, it may also include new features.
You can also use a service release for a new installation or an upgrade (from a previous version).
You can download it from the homepage.
New customers get it as a DVD. Serviceplus customers get it on request.
In addition, they automatically get information about service releases.

Download:
www.connect.allplan.com -> Download -> Software packages
(requires login details for Allplan Connect)

Name (example):
Allplan 2015-1


Hotfix

A hotfix is an improvement to the program that will automatically be installed by Allplan Update.
The basis for the installation is a specific major release or service release.
Hotfixes are installed one after the other in the correct order, that is to say, first Hotfix 2015-1-1 and then Hotfix 2015-1-2.

Allplan automatically installs available hotfixes when it starts.

You can find more information on hotfixes in the following FAQ:
https://connect.allplan.com/en/faqid/20101203111503.html




Tip:

Install program updates as soon as they are available.

Download PDF  FAQ_EN_Program_updates.pdf
Version:  Allplan  | Last modified: 12.11.2020
 

Question:

How can I fix bugs in Microsoft .NET Framework components?


Note:

This is a Windows problem. The procedure described is not supported by Allplan. You do this at your own risk.
If you are not sure, give these instructions to your system administrator.


Answer:

Online repairing of .NET Framework up to and including version 4.8

Open the support site of Microsoft:

https://support.microsoft.com/de-de/help/2698555/microsoft-net-framework-repair-tool-is-available

Microsoft provides a repair tool for fixing .NET Framework up to and including version 4.8.

Download the “NetFxRepairTool.exe” file and save it to any folder on the hard drive of your computer; for example, C:\Repair_NetFramework.
Run the repair tool by right-clicking the “NetFxRepairTool.exe” file and selecting “Run as administrator” on the shortcut menu. By doing this, you can bypass Windows User Account Control.
Click “Yes” at the following prompts.
Follow the instructions of the repair tool.

After the repair routine is complete, a log shows you whether fixing .NET Framework has been successful.


Offline repairing of .NET Framework up to and including version 4.8

Download the “NetFxRepairTool.exe” file from

https://support.microsoft.com/de-de/help/2698555/microsoft-net-framework-repair-tool-is-available

In addition, download the necessary resources for fixing .NET Framework.
You can download these files from the support site of Microsoft; go to "Offline support".

Download the two files and save them to any new folder on the hard drive of your computer; for example, C:\Repair_NetFramework.




Open the Command Prompt window as an administrator.

Enter the following commands one after another. Confirm each command by selecting Enter.

cd\ [Enter]

cd Repair_NetFramework [Enter]

NetfxRepairTool.exe /addsource C:\Repair_NetFramework [Enter]




The tool repairs .NET Framework.

After the repair routine is complete, a log shows you whether fixing .NET Framework has been successful.


If this does not repair .NET Framework on your computer, try the .NET Framework cleanup tool on the support site of Microsoft.

Download the .NET Framework cleanup tool from
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/astebner/2008/08/28/net-framework-cleanup-tool-users-guide/

After running the .NET Framework cleanup tool, you must reinstall the .NET Framework components removed by the cleanup tool.



Download PDF  FAQ_EN_Repairing_NET_Framework_up_to_and_including_v...
Version:  Allplan 2018 / Allplan 2017 / Allplan 2016 / Allplan 2015  | Last modified: 22.02.2018
 

Question:

How can I copy bar reinforcement including views and sections created with the tools in the "Associative Views" module if, for example, I want to use slab reinforcement for another floor?
I want to place the copied reinforcement and the views in new, separate drawing files and then adjust the reinforcement, keeping the layout of the copied sections. Only the changes in the copied reinforcement should automatically be added to the sections.


Answer:

First, open ProjectPilot (File -> ProjectPilot) and copy the drawing files with the reinforcement and the drawing file with the associative views and sections to new drawing files. ProjectPilot asks you whether you want to copy the linked drawing files as well. Click No.

If there are views or sections containing only data you do not want to move (for example, only model data), select Create -> Engineering Views, Details -> Associative Views -> Add to Viewand add the data you want to move (for example, reinforcement) to these views or sections. You can remove the data later.


The copied drawing files still reference the original drawing files. The next step is to delete those references.

To do this, open the drawing files you just copied. Select Change -> Engineering Views, Details -> Associative Views -> Manage Reference Drawing Filesand remove the references to the source drawing files.



When you have removed all links to drawing files you do not want to move, select the new drawing files with the views and the reinforcement.


Select all data by pressing <CTRL>+A and move the data as you need.
You can move the data in the X, Y and Z directions in plan or define any spatial displacement in isometric view.

You can then add the associated model data to the views and adjust the reinforcement.

Note:

Once deleted, you cannot restore any references to drawing files. Therefore, make sure you delete the right references. Allplan deletes empty views or sections automatically.

Download PDF  FAQ_EN_Copying_reinforcement_with_associative_views_...
Version:  Allplan 2018 / Allplan 2017  | Last modified: 01.11.2017
 

Question:

How can I use data from the "Shell" module in Allplan 2017 and later?



Answer:


Data conversion in Allplan 2017

Allplan 2017automatically converts shell data from earlier versions the first time you open the project or *.ndw file in question.

Alllayouts you created ofgeneral arrangement drawings and reinforcement drawings stay as they are!
The 3D reinforcement modelstays as it is!
Theshell entitybecomes a 3D solid.
The views and sections(including reinforcement) become 2D elements and text.

Editing the data

As the old shell entitybecomes a 3D solid(construction lines) and the 3D reinforcement model stays as it is, you can create new associative views and sections from the model data.
Before you can do this, you need to assign "normal" format properties to the 3D solid created from the shell entity, as you cannot create associative views and sections from a solid in construction line format.

You canplace, modify and labelthe reinforcement without any restrictions. You can create schemas, legends andreportsas usual.




Download PDF  FAQ_EN_Shell_module_no_longer_available.pdf
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