massflow drawpoint import command


massflow drawpoint import s

Import a drawpoint description. The description is contained in the comma-delimited CSV file s. See Draw Points for more infomation.

Draw bells types must have been defined first in massflow drawpoint import-drawbell.

MassFlow drawpoint format specification

The file s must be formatted and organized as follows:

Line 1 - Header. DPName, Easting, Northing, Elevation, DBID, DBType. These correspond respectively to Draw Point Name, XYZ coordinates, Draw Bell ID and Draw Bell Type. The column’s names are not strict but rather their relative position.

Line 2 onwards - Actual values for each of the columns. Each line should have a unique Draw Point Name, and XYZ coordinates. The Draw Bell ID are usually numbered starting from 1. The Draw Bell Type must be set to cone%1, rect%1 or slc%1, which are the only types of draw bells currently available.

The code blocks below shows a portion of a MassFlow drawbell file.

DPName, Easting, Northing, Elevation, DBID, DBType
DP1, 1500.7, -1552.7, 228.4, 1, cone%1
DP2, 1519, -1550     228.7, 2, cone%1
DP3, 1537, -1547.3, 228.9, 3, cone%1

In the particular case of Sublevel Caving, the draw points names must follow the x-r-l- format with x, r and l being the crosscut, ring and level values. For instance, x3r16l4, corresponds to the ring 16 on crosscut 3 at level 4.

The drawperiod should look like: