Version History

Roadsoft 7.7.1

Released

Crash Import:

  • Fixed issue with 'Transaction log full' exception when loading all ten years of crash for larger jurisdictions.
  • Fixed bug where import would fail for a database with a space in the name.

Export Map Layers:

  • Fixed bug with Exporting Road Data to file where not all segments were being exported.

Filters:

  • Fixed bug which allowed a filter to be referenced to itself.
  • New feature, Manage Filters, which includes multi-deletion of saved filters, addition of multiple saved filters to a group, and sharing multiple saved filters.

Framework Migration:

  • Fixed 'Object Reference' exception when starting Framework Migration if the MiniMap form has been closed.
  • Fixed exception when performing framework migration on a database with a space in the name.

Guardrail Module:

  • Fixed bug in calculating length of a guardrail when it is added.

Guardrail Reports:

  • Fixed Guardrail Length Summary by Jurisdiction Report which was showing incorrect calculations based on incorrect mileage to feet calculation (where length was already in feet).

Import Roadsoft Data:

  • Fixed issue which did not display previously imported paths.

Linear Pavement Marking Module:

  • Updated the module based on early user feedback, including the ability to split/adjust linear mark segments, improved interface for adding linear marks, and the ability to set defaults.

Map Options:

  • Fixed 'Value cannot be null' exception when changing Selection Color in the Map Options dialog.

Road Reports:

  • Added a 'User Defined Report' that displays road segment info with up to four user-defined fields (data added in the User-Defined window of the Road Module).
  • Added user-defined fields (data added in the User-Defined window of the Road Module) to the Road 'Detailed Road and Segment Report'

Roadsoft Mobile:

  • Fixed a timeout issue uploading to the cloud.

TAMC Export:

  • Fixed TAMC Road and Bridge Export reports which didn't display the entered Heading, Subheading, and Footer.

LDC 7.8.1

Released

Export to Roadsoft:

  •  Fixed bug in exporting to Roadsoft which would result in a 'TAMC filestore' error on import to Roadsoft.

    Resolved Tickets:

    •  none

    Updated Assemblies/Files:

    •  TDG.LDC
    • TDG.LDC.PavementMark
    • TDG.Roadsoft.Culvert.OM
    • TDG.Roadsoft.PavementMark.OM
    • TDG.Roadsoft.PavementMark.Shared
    • TDG.Roadsoft.Shared
    • TDG.Common.DB

    Roadsoft 7.8.0

    Released
    • New Features:

      • Document Attachments
      • Migration to FW 15
      • Guardrail Module Rewrite
      • Linear PMark Module Rewrite
      • Roadsoft Mobile
      • Export Map Layer Rewrite

    Document Attachments:

    • New feature that allows files (images, documents, drawings, etc.) to be attached to roadway assets. Documents can be associated with road segments, culverts, guardrails, interchanges, signs, and traffic count stations. This feature is also supported in the Laptop Data Collector (LDC) for road segments, culverts, guardrails, and signs.

    Export Map Layers:

    • Fixed bug with Exporting Road Data to file where not all segments were being exported.

    Import Roadsoft Data:

    • Roadsoft now includes the ability to limit the data that is imported from a RSExport file. Similar to the options available when creating an export, importing can be limited by data type (Road, Sign, Culvert, etc.), Jurisdiction, National Function Class, and or Legal System.

    Export Map Layer:

    • Fixed 'Object Reference' exception when starting Framework Migration if the MiniMap form has been closed.
    • Fixed exception when performing framework migration on a database with a space in the name.

    Framework Migration:

    • This Roadsoft update will prompt Michigan jurisdictions to perform a Framework Basemap Migration to Framework version 15. Once initiated, Roadsoft will automatically migrate all roadway asset data from Framework version 13, through Framework 14, and into Framework 15. This migration will ensure that Michigan jurisdictions have the very latest updates to roads, including Act51 or NFC changes as well as newly added roads.

    Guardrail Reports:

    • Fixed Guardrail Length Summary by Jurisdiction Report which was showing incorrect calculations based on incorrect mileage to feet calculation (where length was already in feet).

    Import Roadsoft Data:

    • Fixed issue which did not display previously imported paths.

    Guardrail Module:

    • The module has received a face lift to mirror the look and feel of the other Roadsoft modules like Road, Sign, and Culvert. It was also given increased functionality through the addition of several new features: the ability to add inspections, maintenance, work orders, and there are now four user defined fields available.

    Linear Pavement Marking Module:

    • The module has been redesigned similarly to Roadsoft modules like Road, Sign, and Culvert. Two new features have been added to the module: the ability to add inspections, and a project builder. The Linear Pavement Marking project builder provides the ability to define a group of road segments and apply project data to the segments (Material, Estimated Cost, Estimated Material (miles), Estimated Volume Material (gallons), etc.).

    Roadsoft Mobile:

    • A new application in the Roadsoft product suite. Roadsoft Mobile combined with Roadsoft Desktop provides sign maintenance personnel a powerful set of tools to enable sign work order management on the go from an Android phone or tablet. Roadsoft Mobile is available at no cost for Android devices at the Google Play Store.

    LDC 7.8.0

    Released

    General:

    • Updated to support Roadsoft 7.8.

    Document Attachments:

    • New feature that allows files (images, documents, drawings, etc.) to be attached to roadway assets. Documents can be associated with road segments, culverts, guardrails, interchanges, signs, and traffic count stations. This feature is also supported in the Laptop Data Collector (LDC) for road segments, culverts, guardrails, and signs.

    Guardrail:

    • Guardrail data collection has been updated to support new features in Roadsoft: Inspections, maintenance, work orders, and user-defined fields. Additionally, to save data entry time, up to three defaults for commonly used beams, posts, and blocks can be entered.

    Linear Pavement Marking:

    • Users can now collect linear pavement marking data using a GPS and the new collection form within the LDC designed specifically for this type of data collection.