SDMS for Windows

					  SDMS for Windows


System Testing Plan




           Prepared by
     AGA Computer Services, Inc.
               for
     AASHTO SDMS Task Force
          October 1996
OBJECTIVES ................................................................................................................................................ 2

SYSTEM TEST REQUIREMENTS/METHOD ......................................................................................... 2

SYSTEM TEST ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA ............................................................................................ 2

SYSTEM TEST SCHEDULE ....................................................................................................................... 2

SYSTEM TEST SCRIPTS ............................................................................................................................ 2
DATA COLLECTION AND COMPUTATION ........................................................................................................... 2
ON-LINE EDITING ............................................................................................................................................. 2
FILE TRANSFER AND PRINTING ......................................................................................................................... 3
CONFIGURATIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 3
  System configuration ................................................................................................................................... 3
  Project configuration................................................................................................................................... 4
  I/O configuration ......................................................................................................................................... 4
  Control configuration .................................................................................................................................. 6
  Tolerance configuration .............................................................................................................................. 6
SPECIAL TEST SUPPORT NEEDED ........................................................................................................ 8

PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................................... 8

APPENDIX .................................................................................................................................................... 8
TRAVERSE PROJECT ......................................................................................................................................... 8
  Testing Events.............................................................................................................................................. 8
  The Read Control File ............................................................................................................................... 12
  The Shot Sequence File ............................................................................................................................. 12
  The Project File ......................................................................................................................................... 12
  The Calculated File ................................................................................................................................... 14
  The Write Control File .............................................................................................................................. 17
RTO PROJECT ................................................................................................................................................ 18
  The Project File ......................................................................................................................................... 18
  The Calculated File ................................................................................................................................... 19
  The Write Control File .............................................................................................................................. 21
LEVEL RUN PROJECT...................................................................................................................................... 22
  The Project File ......................................................................................................................................... 22
  The Calculated File ................................................................................................................................... 23
  The Write Control File .............................................................................................................................. 23
CROSS SECTION PROJECT ............................................................................................................................... 24
  The Project File ......................................................................................................................................... 24
  The Calculated File ................................................................................................................................... 26
  The Write Control File .............................................................................................................................. 29
  The Report File .......................................................................................................................................... 29
THREE-WIRE LEVEL PROJECT ........................................................................................................................ 30
  The Project File ......................................................................................................................................... 30
  The Calculated File ................................................................................................................................... 30
  The Write Control File .............................................................................................................................. 31
  The Report File .......................................................................................................................................... 31
PROFILE PROJECT ........................................................................................................................................... 32
  The Project File ......................................................................................................................................... 32
  The Calculated File ................................................................................................................................... 33
  The Write Control File .............................................................................................................................. 35
THE RESECTION PROJECT ............................................................................................................................... 35
  The Project File ......................................................................................................................................... 35
THE SETS PROJECT ......................................................................................................................................... 36
  The Project File ......................................................................................................................................... 36




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Objectives
Testing of the system as a whole to ensure that the integration is completed and that is performs as required.

System Test Requirements/Method
System performs in its entirety.
The corporations between different modules are tested. The main catalog is
 Data collection and computation: project files of various of tasks are build with the data collection
    function, then the project file in building is processed with the live computation and batch computation;
    all supported total stations will be tested.
 On-line editing: the data item checking for different type of files is tested.
 File transfer and printing: files can be transferred and printed.
 Configurations: configurations can be changed with the dialog boxes and the behavior of the systems is
    changed accordingly.
See the details in the test script section.

System Test Acceptance Criteria
The project files, the calculated files and write control files are created as expected.
The configuration files are updated through the configuration dialog boxes and the system behaves
according to the configurations.

System Test Schedule
September 16 - November 30, 1996.

System Test Scripts

Data Collection and Computation
The test activities go through the whole process of data collection and processing. These activities are the
same with the most frequent usage of the program. Test files are from the examples in the User’s Guide.
The output files from the DOS version SDMS are used as the correct output to check the Windows version
SDMS’ output files.

Data collection
The examples in the User’s Guide and the Getting Started Manual are gone through. The mechanisms to
manually enter data, change the data tag, get coordinates from the control file, using sequence are tested to
meet the same functions with the DOS version. Detailed testing files and step-by-step testing activities are
listed in the Appendix.

Live computation
Live computations are tested together with the data collection. The computation results and saving
computed coordinates are tested.

Batch computation
The batch computation is carried out for every test file. The calculated files, control files and report files
must be the same with those in the Appendix.

On-Line Editing
The error checking is the feature that makes the SDMS on-line editor different from other text editors. So
this is where the testing activities are focus on.




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File Transfer and Printing
The file transfer and serial printing are the functions from the DOS version. These functions may be
obsolete and removed from the later version of SDMS for Windows to take advantage of Windows
environment and make the code more compact.

Configurations
The testing for configuration functions are in two phases. In phase one, the configuration dialog boxes are
tested. The configuration files should be changed by the settings in the dialog boxes. This phase actually is
carried out in the build test. It is repeated here as the prerequisite for the phase two test.
In phase two, the configuration parameter are changed and the system behavior is checked to see if it is
changed accordingly.
Since some of the functions in the DOS version are not the same in the Windows version, some of the
configurations are irrelevant and will not be considered in testing.

System configuration

LP: the log to printer toggle
When is turned on, all entered data should be automatically logged to the named, connected print device
(the device named under the PD: data tag in the I/O configuration). If the computer on which SDMS is
running is connected to a total station and the PD: is COM1, logging to the printer can't occur and is
automatically turned off.
If this toggle is turned off, no automatic printer logging occurs during data collection.

AD: the automatic date and time stamping
Choose PROJ and start a new project, the system date and time are stamped at the beginning of each
project.
Choose STAT and do some data collection. The system date and time are stamped at the beginning of each
occupied station activity, immediately following the AC:OS data item.
Choose SHOT and do some data collection. The system date and time are stamped at the beginning of each
activity immediately following the AC:XX data item.
Choose OFF and do some data collection. No automatic date/time entries are made.

OP: the overwrite protection toggle
Check this toggle button, edit a project file and save it. The saving should not be allowed. Edits must be
saved in a new file.
Check this toggle button off, edit a project file and save it. The edited file should be overwritten.

AS: the automatic save setting
Turn on this button and do some data collection, data should be saved to the file automatically after each
shot.
Turn off this button, open a project file, enter some data and close it. The user should be asked if the data
should be saved.

OA: the overwrite data setting
Turn on the button, do batch computation. The computed data should be appended to the write control file.
Turned off the button, do batch computation, the existing data in the write control file is overwritten.




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Project configuration

CF: the combination factor
Change the value and observe the distance computation results.

UL: the units of length
One place to test this setting is in the station offset computation.
UA: The units of angles data item documents in which units angular data items are recorded . Choose D
(degrees), R (rads) or G (gons). The default is D.

OS: the old project - opening sequence file
Leave this blank and open an existing project. The first data tag should be prompted from the default shot
sequence.
Give a sequence file name and open an existing project. The sequence file should be called when the
project is open.

NS: the new project - opening sequence file
Leave this blank and open a new project. The first data tag should be prompted from the default shot
sequence.
Give a sequence file name and open a new project. The sequence file should be called when the project is
open.

RT: the rod type
1.   Choose yard rod and open a 3-wire leveling project. The rod readings should be reduced to feet.
2.   Choose foot or meter rod, no conversion should be made.

MM: the minimum memory
This is actually the minimum disk space. Check the free disk space on the testing computer. Set this
number larger than the current free disk space and open a project. The warning message should be
prompted.

I/O configuration

DP: the data path
1.   Set the path to the directory that control files in the Control Configuration are located. Open a project
     then try Get Point in the data collecting dialog box. Make sure the point number to search is correct.
     The point information should be obtained.
2.   Set the path to a directory other than the control files in the Control Configuration are located. Open a
     project then try Get Point in the data collecting dialog box. An error message should be prompted
     saying that cannot open the control file.
3.   Set a non existing path and start SDMS for Windows. An error message should be prompted.

PP: the project path
1.   Check to see the project path is used as the default search directory in the file open dialog box to open
     a project.
2.   Set this path to a non existing directory and start SDMS. An error message should be prompted.

QP: the sequence path
1.   Open a project and press New Seq button in the Data Collecting dialog box. The sequence path should
     be the default search path in the file open dialog box.


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2.   Set this path to be a non existing directory and start SDMS. An error message should be given.

TP: the temporary path
Change the setting and do the batch computations. The report files should be put into different directories
accordingly.

CD: the communication send/receive device
Suppose SDMS should be able to use any serial port to do the communication. But even the DOS version
can only use COM1. Further research and enhancement are needed before we can use and test other ports.

B1: the baud rate
Choose same baud rate on both computers the communication should work.
Choose different baud rates on the two computers. The communication will fail.

P1: the parity
Choose same parity on both computers the communication should work.
Choose different parities on the two computers. The communication will fail.

PR: the data transfer protocol
Choose same protocol on both computers the communication should work.
Choose different protocols on the two computers. The communication will fail.

D1: the data bits
Choose same data bits setting on both computers the communication should work.
Choose different data bits settings on the two computers. The communication will fail.

S1: the stop bits
Choose same stop bits setting on both computers the communication should work.
Choose different stop bits settings on the two computers. The communication will fail.

PD: print device
Test COM1 and LTP1. After later enhancement, COM2 will be able to test.

PH: the print header
Test the cases of blank and non-blank print headers.

PF: the print footer
Test blank and non-blank print footers.

PL: the page length
Try different page lengths.

PW: the page width
Try different page widths.

PG: the automatic page numbering
Turn on this button and try Print in I/O menu. The page number should be inserted.
Turn off this button and try Print in I/O menu. The page number should not be inserted.



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TS: the automatic time stamping
Turn on this button and try Print in I/O menu. The time should be automatically stamped.
Turn off this button and try Print in I/O menu. The time should not be stamped.

DT: the automatic date stamping
Turn on this button and try Print in I/O menu. The date should be automatically stamped.
Turn off this button and try Print in I/O menu. The date should not be stamped.

Control configuration

L1: the primary location control file
1.   Give different file names and try Get Point in the data collecting dialog box.
2.   Give a file name that is not in the directory of the data path in I/O configuration and start SDMS. An
     error message should be prompted.

L2: the secondary location control file
 Give different file names and in the On-Line Computation dialog box try to get control points to the
occupied station point.

S1: the primary staking control file
1.   Give different file names and in the On-Line Computation dialog box try to get control points to the
     foresight shot point.
2.   Give a file name that is not in the directory of the data path in I/O configuration and start SDMS. An
     error message should be prompted.

S2: the secondary staking control file
Give different file names and in the On-Line Computation dialog box try to get control points to the
foresight shot point.

WC: the write control file
Give different file names and try batch computations. The write control file should be changed accordingly.

HA: the horizontal alignment file
1.   Give a correct alignment file and compute station offset in On-Line Computation dialog box.
2.   Leave this blank. The StOff button in the On-Line Computation dialog box should be disabled.

Tolerance configuration

VT: the maximum occupied station tolerance for vertical tasks
Set different numbers to this value and keep on enter data in a leveling project. When the number of
occupied stations is more than the tolerance, an error message should be prompted.

W1: the single wire level closure tolerance
Set this number to 0.05 and compute the level run project in the Appendix. There should be no error
message at the end of the report file.
Set this number to 0.005 and compute the level run project in the Appendix. There should be an error
message at the end of the report file.




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ST: the three-wire stadia difference tolerance
Set this number to any value greater or equal to 0.001 and go through the three-wire project in Appendix.
There should be no error message during the data collection.
Set this number to any value smaller than 0.001 and go through the three-wire project in Appendix. There
should be error message during the data collection.

W3: the three-wire level closure tolerance
Set this number to 0.5 and compute the three-wire level project in the Appendix. There should be no error
message at the end of the report file.
Set this number to 0.05 and compute the three-wire level project in the Appendix. There should be error
message at the end of the report file.

XC: the profile/cross-section closure tolerance
Open the cross section project in Appendix and use Live Computation to compute the last measured shot. If
this tolerance is set to less than 4.19, an out-of -tolerance message should be in the report message box,
otherwise, there’s no such a message.

SD: the deviation from nominal stationing tolerance
This tolerance is not implemented in the DOS version.

RT: the resection azimuth tolerance
Set this number to 0.3, open the resection project in the Appendix and compute resection. The resection
should be computed.
Set this number to 0.1, open the resection project in the Appendix and compute resection. The out-of-
tolerance error message should pop up and ask whether to accept the results anyway.

ER: the radial topography error radius tolerance
This tolerance is not implemented in the DOS version.

MS: the double\multi stub tolerance
This tolerance is not implemented in the DOS version.

VI: the vertical intersects tolerance
This tolerance is not implemented in the DOS version.

RP: the ratio of precision tolerance
This tolerance is not implemented in the DOS version.

TT: the maximum occupied station tolerance for a traverse task
This number is hard coded to 25 in DOS version and is not reimplemented in Windows version.

TA: the traverse horizontal angle closure tolerance
Batch compute the traverse project in the Appendix with this tolerance set to smaller than 0.000113. There
should be horizontal angle closure out of tolerance message in the report file. There should be no such a
message with tolerance larger than the above value.

TE: the traverse elevation closure tolerance
This tolerance is not implemented in the DOS version.




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RA: the reciprocal angle difference tolerance
This tolerance is not implemented in the DOS version.

HA: the set horizontal angle tolerance
Set this number to 0.05 and compute the sets project in Appendix. Point 100 will get a horizontal angle out
of tolerance message.

VA: the set vertical angle tolerance
Set this number to 0.2 and compute the sets project in Appendix. Point 1 set 1 vertical angle error will be
out of tolerance.

DS: the set distances tolerance
Set this number to 0.005 and compute the sets project in Appendix. Both points get distance error out of
tolerance message.


Special Test Support Needed
Total station instruments that SDMS supported are needed to test the data collection function. First some of
the total station drivers can be tested by the task force members with their instruments. If they

Personnel Requirements

Appendix
In this section, testing files are given for several typical survey task projects.
The traverse project tests user shot sequence and reading control file in data collections. Therefore,
detailed testing events are listed in a table. For other tasks, only the testing files are presented.

Traverse Project

Testing Events
 User Input                                                  System Response
 Start SDMS for Windows
 Click on Config menu                                        The Configure pull down menu pops up.
 Click on Control item.                                      Control Configure dialog box pops up.
 On the line with the L1: data tag, enter the filename       Sets the name of the active control point file.
 GSCNTL.CTL.
 Click OK button.
 To make sure we are starting a new project, we will         Invoke Windows File Manager.
 first use the Disk utilities to delete any existing files
 with the name GSTRAV.
 Click on Disk menu.
 Delete GSTRAV.PRJ in the project path, if any.
 Click on Project menu.                                      Project pull-down menu pops up.
 Click on New item.                                          File Open dialog box pops up.
 Enter file name GSTRAV.PRJ and click OK button.             File Open dialog box is closed and the Enter Task Type
                                                             dialog box pops up.
 Enter TRA and click OK button.                              Data Collecting dialog box pops up. The new project
                                                             sequence NEWPR.SEQ is invoked.




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User Input                                              System Response
For this set of prompts, enter the responses shown      Records the project setup data, then displays the prompt
below.                                                  AC:OS.
AC:PR: click Accept                                     Any prompt left blank will not be saved in the .PRJ file.
ID:enter GSTRAV and click Accept
NM:enter TRAVERSE and click Accept
DT: click Accept
WE: click Accept
TE: click Accept
BP: click Accept
IT:double click on MANUAL in the list box and
click Accept
SN: click Accept
OB: click Accept
RE: click Accept
Click New Seq button.                                   File Open dialog box pops up.
Enter file name POB.SEQ and click OK button.            Begins prompting for the data items stored in the sequence
                                                        file. The first prompt is AC:OS.
Press Accept to begin the OS activity.                  Displays the prompt PN:2.
Press Get Point button.                                 Get Point dialog box pops up.
Type 27 over the + character and press OK button.       Get Point dialog box closed.
                                                        Reads the data for point 27 from the active control point file,
                                                        then displays the IH: prompt.
Enter the instrument height by typing 5.2               Displays YC:,XC:, and ZC: data tags with the data read
                                                        from the control point file. Then displays the prompt
                                                        AC:BS.
Press Accept to begin the backsight activity            Displays the prompt PN:1.
Press Get Point button.                                  Get Point dialog box pops up.
Type 26 over the + character and click OK button.       Reads the data for point 26 from the active control
                                                          point file, then displays the prompt SH:.
Enter the staff height by typing 5.7 and press Accept   Displays the HZ: prompt.
Type 0 to zero the backsight and press Accept           Displays the prompt VT:.
Enter the measured vertical (zenith) angle of 91.0200   Displays the prompt DS:.
and press Accept.
Enter the measured slope distance 558.181 and press     Displays the YC: and XC: data tags with the data read from
Accept.                                                 the control point file. Now the sequence in POB.SEQ file is
                                                        finished. SDMS is back to the default prompt sequence and
                                                        displays AC:PR which was the activity before POB.SEQ.
Begin a foresight activity by typing FS over the PR     Begins prompting for the foresight shot data items.
activity name and press Accept.
Enter the foresight data as shown below.                Stores the data for the foresight shot, and displays the
PN:101, Accept                                          prompt AC:FS.
PD:TRAV PT, Accept
HZ:54.4048, Accept
VT:90.2550, Accept
DS:610.061, Accept
Type OS over the activity name and press Accept         Displays the prompt PN:101.
Enter the occupied station data as shown below.         Stores the data for the occupied station at point 101, and
PN:101, Accept                                          displays the prompt AC:BS.
PD:TRAV PT, Accept
IH:5.2, Accept
SH:4.9, Accept




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User Input                                               System Response
Press Accept.                                            Begins the backsight activity and displays the prompt PN:27.
                                                         Now you are doing a backsight shot to the last OS.
Enter the backsight data as shown below.                 Stores the data for the backsight shot and displays
PN:27, Accept                                            the prompt AC:BS. The staff height has changed
PD:CTRL PT, Accept                                       again, so we need to record this before beginning
HZ:0.0000, Accept                                        the next shot.
VT:89.3510, Accept
DS:610.061, Accept
Set cursor in data tag edit control and type SH          Resets the staff height, and re-displays the prompt AC:BS.
for the staff height value, enter 5.3 and press Accept   Now we are ready to move the instrument to point 102.
Type FS over the BS activity name and press Accept.      Begins the foresight activity and displays the
                                                         prompt PN:102.
Enter the foresight data as shown below.                 Stores the data for the foresight shot, and displays
PN:102, Accept                                            the prompt AC:FS.
PD:TRAV PT, Accept
HZ:173.3938, Accept
VT:87.3846, Accept
DS:98.496, Accept
Type OS over the FS and press Accept. Then enter         Stores the data for the occupied station at point 102, and
the occupied station data as shown below:                displays the prompt AC:BS. The next activity is a backsight
PN:102                                                   on point 101.
PD:TRAV PT, Accept
IH:5.2, Accept
SH:5.3, Accept
Press Accept to accept the BS data tag. Enter the        Stores the data for backsight shot and displays
backsight data as shown below:                           the prompt AC:BS. The next activity is a
PN:101, Accept                                           foresight shot on point 103. The staff height must
PD:TRAV PT, Accept                                       be changed again before recording the next shot.
HZ:0.0000, Accept
VT:92.2214, Accept
DS:698.496, Accept
Change the AC data tag to SH, enter 5.1 and press        Resets the staff height, and re-displays the prompt AC:BS.
Accept.                                                  The next activity is to move the instrument to foresight point
                                                         103.
Type FS over the BS activity name and press Accept,      Stores the data for the foresight on point 103, and
then enter the data as shown below.                      displays the prompt AC:BS.
PN:103, Accept
PD:TRAV PT, Accept
HZ:159.2402, Accept
VT:90.5815, Accept
DS:793.877, Accept
Type OS over the FS activity name, then                 Stores the data for the occupied station at point 103, then
enter the data as shown below.                           displays the prompt AC:BS. The next activity is a backsight
PN:103, Accept                                           shot on point 102.
PD:TRAV PT, Accept
IH:5.45, Accept
SH:5.1, Accept




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User Input                                             System Response
Press Accept to accept the BS data tag and enter the   Stores the data for the backsight shot and displays the
backsight data as shown below.                         prompt AC:BS. The next activity is a foresight shot to
PN:102, Accept                                         control point 35.
PD:TRAV PT, Accept
HZ:0.0000, Accept
VT:89.0245, Accept
DS:793.877, Accept
Type FS over the BS activity name.                     Displays the prompt PN:104.
Press Get Point button.                                Get Point dialog box pops up.
Type 35 over the + character and click OK.             Reads the data for point 35 from the control point file, then
                                                       displays the prompt HZ:.
Enter the foresight measurement data as shown          Stores the foresight information and displays the prompt
below.                                                 AC:FS. The next activity is to move the instrument to
HZ:133.0802, Accept                                    occupy the closing control point.
VT:91.1010, Accept
DS:1228.112, Accept
Enter OS over the activity name FS, and press Accept   Displays the prompt PN:35.
Press Get Point button.                                Get Point dialog box pops up.
Type 35 over the + character and click OK button.      Reads the point description from the control point file, and
                                                       displays the prompt IH:5.45.
Enter the instrument and staff heights as shown        Stores the staff and instrument heights, and displays the
below. Note that the instrument height has changed.    prompt AC:BS. Before we move to the next activity, we
IH:4.9, Accept                                         need to record the coordinates of the closing point.
SH:4.84, Accept
Change the AC data tag to YC.                          Reads the Y coordinate of point 35 from the control point
                                                       file, and re-displays the prompt AC:BS.
Change the AC data tag to XC.                          Reads the X coordinate from the control point file, and re-
                                                       displays the prompt AC:BS. The next activity is a backsight
                                                       on point 103.
Press Accept to accept the BS data tag and enter the   Stores the backsight shot data and displays the prompt
backsight shot data as shown below.                    AC:BS. The next activity is a foresight shot to control point
PN:103, Accept                                         36.
PD:TRAV PT, Accept
HZ:0.0000, Accept
VT:88.5050, Accept
DS:1228.112, Accept
Type FS over the BS and press Accept. For the          Stores the foresight shot information and displays the prompt
foresight, enter the data as shown below.              AC:FS. Once again we need to change the staff height.
PN:36, Accept
PD:CONTROL POINT, Accept
HZ:181.5540, Accept
VT:90.3020, Accept
DS:835.533, Accept
Change the AC data tag to SH and enter the staff       Resets the staff height and re-displays the prompt AC:FS.
height value 5.1, press Accept.                        Before finishing the traverse we must record the known
                                                       azimuth from point 35 to 36 in order to calculate the angular
                                                       error of closure.
Change the AC data tag to AZ. For the azimuth          Records the closing azimuth and re-displays the prompt
value, enter 91.3352 and press Accept.                 AC:FS.
Press the Close button to end the data collection.     Data Collecting dialog box is closed.
Click on File menu and choose Close item.              Project closed. Return to the main window.
Click Comp menu.                                       File Open dialog box pops up.



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 User Input                                      System Response
 Choose the file name GSTRAV.PRJ and click OK.   Batch Computation dialog box pops up.
 Press OK to start computing.                    Displays the traverse computations (number of setups, total
                                                 length, and various closure errors).

The Read Control File
AC:SS
PN:26
YC:80101.427
XC:853960.738
ZC:
PD:CONTROL POINT
AC:SS
PN:27
YC:80281.016
XC:853432.237
ZC:448.225
PD:CONTROL POINT
AC:SS
PN:35
YC:78484.989
XC:855651.863
ZC:
PD:CONTROL POINT

The Shot Sequence File
AC:OS
PN:
PD:
IH:
YC:
XC:
ZC:
AC:BS
PN:
SH:
PD:
HZ:
VT:
DS:
YC:
XC:

The Project File
PR:GSTRAV.PRJ
TK:TRA
AC:PR
ID:GSTRAV
NM:TRAVERSE
DT:10/03/1996
TM:09:27:24
IT:MANUAL
CR:Yes



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CF:1.000000
UL:M
UA:D
UT:C
UP:B
VR:SDMS for Windows
L1:GSCNTL.CTL
AC:OS
PN:27
PD:CONTROL POINT
IH:5.2
YC:80281.016
XC:853432.237
ZC:448.225
AC:BS
PN:26
SH:5.7
PD:CONTROL POINT
HZ:0.0
VT:91.0200
DS:558.181
YC:80101.427
XC:853960.738
AC:FS
PN:101
PD:TRAV PT
HZ:54.4048
VT:90.2550
DS:610.061
AC:OS
PN:101
IH:5.2
PD:TRAV PT
SH:4.9
AC:BS
PN:27
PD:CTRL PT
HZ:0.0000
VT:89.3510
DS:610.061
SH:5.3
AC:FS
PN:102
PD:TRAV PT
HZ:173.3938
VT:87.3846
DS:698.496
AC:OS
PN:102
PD:TRAV PT
IH:5.2
SH:5.3
AC:BS
PN:101
PD:TRAV PT


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HZ:0.0000
VT:92.2214
DS:698.496
SH:5.1
AC:FS
PN:103
PD:TRAV PT
HZ:159.2402
VT:90.5815
DS:793.877
AC:OS
PN:103
IH:5.45
PD:TRAV PT
AC:BS
PN:102
PD:TRAV PT
HZ:0.0000
VT:89.0245
DS:793.877
AC:FS
PN:35
PD:CONTROL POINT
HZ:133.0802
VT:91.1010
DS:1228.112
AC:OS
PN:35
IH:4.9
PD:CONTROL POINT
SH:4.84
YC:78484.989
XC:855651.863
AC:BS
PN:103
PD:TRAV PT
HZ:0.0000
VT:88.5050
DS:1228.112
AC:FS
PN:36
SH:5.1
PD:CONTROL POINT
HZ:181.5540
VT:90.3020
DS:835.533
AZ:91.3352
CP:10/03/96 09:47:15

The Calculated File
PR:GSTRAV.PRJ
TK:TRA
AC:PR
ID:GSTRAV



                       14
NM:TRAVERSE
DT:10/03/1996
TM:09:27:24
IT:MANUAL
CR:Yes
CF:1.000000
UL:M
UA:D
UT:C
UP:B
VR:SDMS for Windows
L1:GSCNTL.CTL
AC:OS
XX:853432.237
YY:80281.016
ZZ:448.225
PN:27
PD:CONTROL POINT
IH:5.2
YC:80281.016
XC:853432.237
ZC:448.225
AC:BS
XX:853960.652
YY:80101.456
ZZ:432.952
PN:26
SH:5.7
PD:CONTROL POINT
HZ:0.0
VT:91.0200
DS:558.181
YC:80101.427
XC:853960.738
AC:FS
XX:853606.076
YY:79696.227
ZZ:438.433
PN:101
PD:TRAV PT
HZ:54.4048
VT:90.2550
DS:610.061
AC:OS
XX:853606.076
YY:79696.227
ZZ:438.433
PN:101
IH:5.2
PD:TRAV PT
SH:4.9
AC:BS
XX:853432.237
YY:80281.016
ZZ:448.225


                      15
PN:27
PD:CTRL PT
HZ:0.0000
VT:89.3510
DS:610.061
SH:5.3
AC:FS
XX:853877.605
YY:79053.258
ZZ:466.811
PN:102
PD:TRAV PT
HZ:173.3938
VT:87.3846
DS:698.496
AC:OS
XX:853877.605
YY:79053.258
ZZ:466.811
PN:102
PD:TRAV PT
IH:5.2
SH:5.3
AC:BS
XX:853606.076
YY:79696.227
ZZ:438.433
PN:101
PD:TRAV PT
HZ:0.0000
VT:92.2214
DS:698.496
SH:5.1
AC:FS
XX:854423.960
YY:78477.371
ZZ:453.447
PN:103
PD:TRAV PT
HZ:159.2402
VT:90.5815
DS:793.877
AC:OS
XX:854423.960
YY:78477.371
ZZ:453.447
PN:103
IH:5.45
PD:TRAV PT
AC:BS
XX:853877.605
YY:79053.258
ZZ:466.811
PN:102
PD:TRAV PT


                16
HZ:0.0000
VT:89.0245
DS:793.877
AC:FS
XX:855651.863
YY:78484.989
ZZ:428.002
PN:35
PD:CONTROL POINT
HZ:133.0802
VT:91.1010
DS:1228.112
AC:OS
XX:855651.863
YY:78484.989
ZZ:428.002
PN:35
IH:4.9
PD:CONTROL POINT
SH:4.84
YC:78484.989
XC:855651.863
AC:BS
XX:854423.960
YY:78477.371
PN:103
PD:TRAV PT
HZ:0.0000
VT:88.5050
DS:1228.112
AC:FS
XX:856487.052
YY:78462.179
PN:36
SH:5.1
PD:CONTROL POINT
HZ:181.5540
VT:90.3020
DS:835.533
AZ:91.3352
CP:10/03/96 09:47:15

The Write Control File
AC:OS
PN:27
YC:80281.016
XC:853432.237
ZC:448.225
PD:CONTROL POINT
AC:BS
PN:26
YC:80101.427
XC:853960.738
ZC:432.952



                         17
PD:CONTROL POINT
AC:OS
PN:101
YC:79696.227
XC:853606.076
ZC:438.433
PD:TRAV PT
AC:OS
PN:102
YC:79053.258
XC:853877.605
ZC:466.811
PD:TRAV PT
AC:OS
PN:103
YC:78477.371
XC:854423.960
ZC:453.447
PD:TRAV PT
AC:OS
PN:35
YC:78484.989
XC:855651.863
ZC:428.002
PD:CONTROL POINT
AC:FS
PN:36
YC:78462.179
XC:856487.052
ZC:
PD:CONTROL POINT

RTO Project

The Project File
PR:RTOTEST.PRJ
TK:RTO
AC:OS
PN:215
IH:5.45
SH:6.0
PD:CTRL MON
YC:1527.85
XC:473128.36
CR:Yes
CF:1.000000
UL:M
UA:D
UT:C
UP:B
VR:SDMS for Windows
L1:GSCNTL.CTL
AC:BS
PN:216


                      18
PD:CTRL MON
YC:2244.08
XC:473879.91
HZ:0.0
VT:89.5930
DS:1038.182
AC:EC
PN:57
PD:TBM
ZC:448.391
HZ:5.4530
VT:89.2244
DS:838.541
AC:SS
PN:1000
PD:24 IN MAPLE
HZ:16.3741
VT:90.2550
DS:565.855
LO:-1
AC:SS
PN:1001
PD:SAN MH
HZ:70.3524
VT:91.1548
DS:436.472
AC:UE
PN:1002
PD:8 IN PVC
RR:10.3
AC:SS
PN:1003
PD:SE COR BLDG
HZ:225.1422
VT:88.3035
DS:265.934
SH:8.50
AC:SS
PN:1004
PD:NE COR BLDG
HZ:251.5246
VT:88.2942
DS:271.581
SH:6.0
AC:UE
PN:1005
PD:NE COR BLDG ROOF
VT:61.4352
CP:10/03/96 13:32:57

The Calculated File
PR:RTOTEST.PRJ
TK:RTO
AC:OS



                       19
ZZ:439.865
PN:215
IH:5.45
SH:6.0
PD:CTRL MON
YC:1527.85
XC:473128.36
CR:Yes
CF:1.000000
UL:M
UA:D
UT:C
UP:B
VR:SDMS for Windows
L1:GSCNTL.CTL
AC:BS
ZZ:439.444
PN:216
PD:CTRL MON
YC:2244.08
XC:473879.91
HZ:0.0
VT:89.5930
DS:1038.182
AC:EC
XX:473790.331
YY:2042.498
PN:57
PD:TBM
ZC:448.391
HZ:5.4530
VT:89.2244
DS:838.541
AC:SS
XX:473633.447
YY:1785.132
ZZ:435.057
PN:1000
PD:24 IN MAPLE
HZ:16.3741
VT:90.2550
DS:565.855
LO:-1
AC:SS
XX:473517.274
YY:1329.958
ZZ:429.688
PN:1001
PD:SAN MH
HZ:70.3524
VT:91.1548
DS:436.472
AC:UE
XX:473517.274
YY:1329.958


                      20
ZZ:419.388
PN:1002
PD:8 IN PVC
RR:10.3
AC:SS
XX:472862.622
YY:1535.356
ZZ:443.730
PN:1003
PD:SE COR BLDG
HZ:225.1422
VT:88.3035
DS:265.934
SH:8.50
AC:SS
XX:472889.227
YY:1656.383
ZZ:592.438
PN:1004
PD:NE COR BLDG
HZ:251.5246
VT:88.2942
DS:271.581
SH:6.0
AC:UE
XX:472889.227
YY:1656.383
PN:1005
PD:NE COR BLDG ROOF
VT:61.4352
CP:10/03/96 13:32:57

The Write Control File
AC:OS
PN:215
YC:1527.850
XC:473128.360
ZC:439.865
PD:CTRL MON
AC:BS
PN:216
YC:2244.080
XC:473879.910
ZC:439.444
PD:CTRL MON
AC:EC
PN:57
YC:2042.498
XC:473790.331
ZC:448.391
PD:TBM
AC:SS
PN:1000
YC:1785.132



                         21
XC:473633.447
ZC:435.057
PD:24 IN MAPLE
AC:SS
PN:1001
YC:1329.958
XC:473517.274
ZC:429.688
PD:SAN MH
AC:UE
PN:1002
YC:1329.958
XC:473517.274
ZC:419.388
PD:8 IN PVC
AC:SS
PN:1003
YC:1535.356
XC:472862.622
ZC:443.730
PD:SE COR BLDG
AC:SS
PN:1004
YC:1656.383
XC:472889.227
ZC:592.438
PD:NE COR BLDG
AC:UE
PN:1005
YC:1656.383
XC:472889.227
ZC:
PD:NE COR BLDG ROOF

Level Run Project

The Project File
PR:LEVTEST.PRJ
TK:LEV
AC:OS
PN:1
PD:USGS 31D 1957
ZC:835.61
CR:Yes
CF:1.000000
UL:M
UA:D
UT:C
UP:B
VR:SDMS for Windows
AC:BS
RR:6.29
AC:TP
RR:1.36


                      22
AC:BS
RR:7.94
AC:FS
PN:2
PD:USGS 31E 1957
RR:9.37
ZC:839.123
CP:10/03/96 13:53:19

The Calculated File
TK:LEV
AC:OS
PN:1
PD:USGS 31D 1957
ZC:835.61
CR:Yes
CF:1.000000
UL:M
UA:D
UT:C
UP:B
VR:SDMS for Windows
AC:BS
ZZ:841.900
RR:6.29
AC:TP
ZZ:840.546
RR:1.36
AC:BS
ZZ:848.480
RR:7.94
AC:FS
ZZ:839.123
PN:2
PD:USGS 31E 1957
RR:9.37
ZC:839.123
CP:10/03/96 13:53:19

The Write Control File
AC:OS
PN:1
YC:
XC:
ZC:835.610
PD:USGS 31D 1957
AC:FS
PN:2
YC:
XC:
ZC:839.123
PD:USGS 31E 1957




                         23
Cross Section Project

The Project File
PR:XSETEST.PRJ
TK:XSE
AC:OS
PN:1
PD:DOT 8241
ZC:1292.316
CR:Yes
CF:1.000000
UL:M
UA:D
UT:C
UP:B
VR:SDMS for Windows
AC:BS
RR:8.41
AC:ST
ST:10+00
AC:SS
OF:0
RR:6.4
AC:SS
OF:-25
RR:7.3
AC:SS
OF:-50
RR:6.0
AC:SS
OF:25
RR:7.5
AC:SS
OF:50
RR:8.1
AC:ST
ST:10+41
CM:C/L20 ENT LT
AC:SS
OF:0
RR:5.1
PD:C/L C/L
AC:SS
OF:-15
RR:5.4
PD:C/L ENT
AC:SS
OF:-25
RR:5.8
PD:C/L ENT
AC:SS
OF:-52
RR:6.4
PD:END ENT LT


                        24
AC:ST
ST:10+50
AC:SS
OF:0
RR:4.2
AC:SS
OF:-25
RR:5.0
AC:SS
OF:-50
RR:3.6
AC:BS
RR:7.2
SI:BL
AC:SS
OF:-75
RR:1.5
AC:TP
RR:1.5
AC:BS
RR:6.3
AC:SS
OF:-100
RR:2.5
SI:EL
AC:SS
OF:25
RR:5.8
AC:SS
OF:50
RR:6.4
AC:FS
PN:2
PD:SPK IN PP
RR:2.18
ST:10+80
OF:-62
AC:BS
RR:6.87
AC:ST
ST:11+00
AC:ST
ST:11+00
AC:SS
OF:0
RR:7.1
AC:SS
OF:-25
RR:7.8
AC:SS
OF:-50
RR:7.0
AC:SS
OF:25
RR:8.2


               25
AC:SS
OF:50
RR:8.0
AC:SS
OF:-69
RR:6.83
PN:200
ST:11+39
AC:UE
PN:201
PD:24 IN VCP NW
RR:8.32
AC:UE
PN:202
PD:36 IN RCP
RR:14.84
AC:FS
PN:3
PD:DOT 8242
RR:4.15
ZC:1301.242
CP:10/03/96 14:46:21

The Calculated File
PR:XSETEST.PRJ
TK:XSE
AC:OS
PN:1
PD:DOT 8241
ZC:1292.316
CR:Yes
CF:1.000000
UL:M
UA:D
UT:C
UP:B
VR:SDMS for Windows
AC:BS
RR:8.41
AC:ST
ST:10+00
AC:SS
ZZ:1294.326
OF:0
RR:6.4
AC:SS
ZZ:1293.426
OF:-25
RR:7.3
AC:SS
ZZ:1294.726
OF:-50
RR:6.0
AC:SS



                       26
ZZ:1293.226
OF:25
RR:7.5
AC:SS
ZZ:1292.626
OF:50
RR:8.1
AC:ST
ST:10+41
CM:C/L20 ENT LT
AC:SS
ZZ:1295.626
OF:0
RR:5.1
PD:C/L C/L
AC:SS
ZZ:1295.326
OF:-15
RR:5.4
PD:C/L ENT
AC:SS
ZZ:1294.926
OF:-25
RR:5.8
PD:C/L ENT
AC:SS
ZZ:1294.326
OF:-52
RR:6.4
PD:END ENT LT
AC:ST
ST:10+50
AC:SS
ZZ:1296.526
OF:0
RR:4.2
AC:SS
ZZ:1295.726
OF:-25
RR:5.0
AC:SS
ZZ:1297.126
OF:-50
RR:3.6
AC:BS
RR:7.2
SI:BL
AC:SS
ZZ:-999993.300
OF:-75
RR:1.5
AC:TP
ZZ:-999993.300
RR:1.5
AC:BS


                  27
RR:6.3
AC:SS
ZZ:-999989.500
OF:-100
RR:2.5
SI:EL
AC:SS
ZZ:1294.926
OF:25
RR:5.8
AC:SS
ZZ:1294.326
OF:50
RR:6.4
AC:FS
ZZ:1298.546
PN:2
PD:SPK IN PP
RR:2.18
ST:10+80
OF:-62
AC:BS
RR:6.87
AC:ST
ST:11+00
AC:ST
ST:11+00
AC:SS
ZZ:1298.316
OF:0
RR:7.1
AC:SS
ZZ:1297.616
OF:-25
RR:7.8
AC:SS
ZZ:1298.416
OF:-50
RR:7.0
AC:SS
ZZ:1297.216
OF:25
RR:8.2
AC:SS
ZZ:1297.416
OF:50
RR:8.0
AC:SS
ZZ:1298.586
OF:-69
RR:6.83
PN:200
ST:11+39
AC:UE
ZZ:1290.266


                 28
PN:201
PD:24 IN VCP NW
RR:8.32
AC:UE
ZZ:1283.746
PN:202
PD:36 IN RCP
RR:14.84
AC:FS
ZZ:1301.266
PN:3
PD:DOT 8242
RR:4.15
ZC:1301.242
CP:10/03/96 14:46:21

The Write Control File
AC:OS
PN:1
ZC:1292.316
PD:DOT 8241
AC:FS
PN:2
ZC:1298.546
PD:SPK IN PP
AC:SS
PN:200
ZC:1298.586
AC:UE
PN:201
ZC:1290.266
PD:24 IN VCP NW
AC:UE
PN:202
ZC:1283.746
PD:36 IN RCP
AC:FS
PN:3
ZC:1301.242
PD:DOT 8242

The Report File
PT#     TP#  AC       RR          DIFF ELEV   UNADJ ELEV
             BS        6.290000   6.290000    841.900000
      1      TP        1.360000   4.930000    840.540000
             BS        7.940000   12.870000   848.480000
2            FS        9.370000   3.500000    839.110000
SINGLE WIRE LEV UNADJUSTED
TOTAL ELEV. DIFF. = 3.50000
ERROR OF CLOSURE = -0.01300




                                                           29
Three-Wire Level Project

The Project File
PR:3WRTEST.PRJ
TK:3WR
AC:OS
PN:1
PD:USCGS 3005A
ZC:1016.723
CR:Yes
RT:M
W3:333.333300
CF:1.000000
UL:M
UA:D
UT:C
UP:B
VR:SDMS for Windows
AC:BS
R1:2.928
R2:2.815
R3:2.702
AC:TP
R1:2.228
R2:2.115
R3:2.003
AC:BS
R1:1.722
R2:1.603
R3:1.485
AC:FS
PN:2
PD:USCGS 3005B
R1:2.675
R2:2.550
R3:2.425
ZC:1015.986
CP:10/03/96 15:03:19

The Calculated File
TK:3WR
AC:OS
PN:1
PD:USCGS 3005A
ZC:1016.723
CR:Yes
RT:M
W3:333.333300
CF:1.000000
UL:M
UA:D
UT:C
UP:B



                           30
VR:SDMS for Windows
AC:BS
ZZ:1019.420
R1:2.928
R2:2.815
R3:2.702
AC:TP
ZZ:1017.187
R1:2.228
R2:2.115
R3:2.003
AC:BS
ZZ:1018.667
R1:1.722
R2:1.603
R3:1.485
AC:FS
ZZ:1015.986
PN:2
PD:USCGS 3005B
R1:2.675
R2:2.550
R3:2.425
ZC:1015.986
CP:10/03/96 15:03:19

The Write Control File
AC:OS
PN:1
ZC:1016.723
PD:USCGS 3005A
AC:FS
PN:2
ZC:1015.986
PD:USCGS 3005B

The Report File
PT#    TP#        AC     RR           DIFF ELEV   UNADJ ELEV
                  BS      2.815000    2.815000    1019.538000
         1        TP      2.115333    0.699667    1017.422667
                  BS      1.603333    2.303000    1019.026000
2                 FS      2.550000    -0.247000   1016.476000
3 WIRE UNADJUSTED
TOTAL DISTANCE = 312.67
TOTAL FORESIGHT DISTANCE = 158.33
TOTAL BACKSIGHT DISTANCE = 154.33
DISTANCE DIFFERENCE = 4.00
TOTAL ELEV DIFFERENCE = -0.24700
ERROR OF CLOSURE           = -0.49000
*Elevation Difference Exceeds Closure




                                                                31
Profile Project

The Project File
PR:PROTEST.PRJ
TK:PRO
AC:OS
PN:2
PD:USGS 81L 1964
ZC:236.413
CR:Yes
CF:1.000000
UL:M
UA:D
UT:C
UP:B
VR:SDMS for Windows
AC:BS
RR:5.43
AC:SS
ST:8+60
OF:0
RR:1.35
AC:SS
ST:9+00
OF:0
RR:2.15
AC:SS
ST:10+00
OF:0
RR:4.26
AC:SS
ST:11+00
OF:0
RR:7.4
AC:SS
ST:12+00
OF:0
RR:7.0
AC:SS
ST:12+20
OF:0
RR:6.90
AC:FS
PN:2
PD:SPK IN PP
RR:6.27
ST:12+60
OF:-45
AC:BS
RR:5.19
AC:SS
ST:13+00
OF:0
RR:6.05


                      32
AC:SS
ST:13+60
OF:0
RR:5.49
AC:SS
ST:14+00
OF:0
RR:5.83
AC:SS
ST:14+45
OF:0
RR:6.10
AC:SS
ST:15+00
OF:0
RR:6.01
AC:SS
ST:16+00
OF:0
RR:5.75
AC:FS
PN:3
PD:WWALL USGS 81M 1964
RR:6.92
ZC:233.860
CP:10/03/96 15:30:19

The Calculated File
PR:PROTEST.PRJ
TK:PRO
AC:OS
PN:2
PD:USGS 81L 1964
ZC:236.413
CR:Yes
CF:1.000000
UL:M
UA:D
UT:C
UP:B
VR:SDMS for Windows
AC:BS
RR:5.43
AC:SS
ZZ:240.493
ST:8+60
OF:0
RR:1.35
AC:SS
ZZ:239.693
ST:9+00
OF:0
RR:2.15
AC:SS



                         33
ZZ:237.583
ST:10+00
OF:0
RR:4.26
AC:SS
ZZ:234.443
ST:11+00
OF:0
RR:7.4
AC:SS
ZZ:234.843
ST:12+00
OF:0
RR:7.0
AC:SS
ZZ:234.943
ST:12+20
OF:0
RR:6.90
AC:FS
ZZ:235.573
PN:2
PD:SPK IN PP
RR:6.27
ST:12+60
OF:-45
AC:BS
RR:5.19
AC:SS
ZZ:234.713
ST:13+00
OF:0
RR:6.05
AC:SS
ZZ:235.273
ST:13+60
OF:0
RR:5.49
AC:SS
ZZ:234.933
ST:14+00
OF:0
RR:5.83
AC:SS
ZZ:234.663
ST:14+45
OF:0
RR:6.10
AC:SS
ZZ:234.753
ST:15+00
OF:0
RR:6.01
AC:SS
ZZ:235.013


               34
ST:16+00
OF:0
RR:5.75
AC:FS
ZZ:233.843
PN:3
PD:WWALL USGS 81M 1964
RR:6.92
ZC:233.860
CP:10/03/96 15:30:19

The Write Control File
AC:OS
PN:2
YC:
XC:
ZC:236.413
PD:USGS 81L 1964
AC:FS
PN:2
YC:
XC:
ZC:235.573
PD:SPK IN PP
AC:FS
PN:3
YC:
XC:
ZC:233.860
PD:WWALL USGS 81M 1964

The Resection Project

The Project File
PR:RESECT.PRJ
TK:RTO
AC:PR
DT:10/03/96
TM:12:52:06
IT:MANUAL
CR:Yes
CF:1.000000
UL:M
UA:D
UT:C
UP:B
VR:SDMS for Windows
L1:ABRAM.CTL
S1:ABRAM.CTL
HA:ABRAM.ALI
AC:OS
PN:2
IH:5



                         35
FE:CP
AC:SR
PN:501
SH:5
FE:CP
HZ:0
VT:90.1904
DS:2753.87
YC:730878.34
XC:341631.334
AC:SR
PN:500
SH:5
FE:CP
HZ:43.52075
VT:89.2742
DS:762.01
YC:728611.635
XC:341640.331
CP:10/03/96 12:55:34

The Sets Project

The Project File
PR:SETS.PRJ
TK:RTO
AC:PR
CM:THIS IS A TEST TO CHECK
CM:THE SETS ACTIVITY
CM:SE: & FC: TAGS
CO:BEXAR
DT:10/03/96
IT:NONE
OB:DZ
RE:DZ
CR:No
CF:1.000000
UL:F
UA:D
UT:F
UP:I
VR:SDMS for Windows
AC:OS
PN:2
FE:IP
IH:5.00
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                             36
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                37
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CP:10/03/96 17:20:22




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