130 articles GeoCue Tools, Tips and Workflows

Where can I see my Licenses in GeoCue?

How can I check my licenses and license usage in Geocue? GeoCue License Monitor on the GeoCue Server Machine shows dynamic license usage. License monitor has a table for in-use percentage over a period of time (set in settings), and a drop down menu to choose which license you’d like to visualize. It can be…

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Adjusting Intensities in GeoCue

When creating a greyscale (or inverted greyscale) LIDAR Ortho Raster, you may want to adjust how your intensity values are displayed in the output image(s). Off: This does not apply any adjustment to the intensities. Automatic (per image): Each image is automatically adjusted based on a % clip algorithm. The algorithm works by setting a…

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Factors that control Command Dispatch Dispatched/Distributed Instances

If you are interested in modifying the Instances of TerraScan/TerraSlave that are launched when Dispatching/Distributing from GeoCue, you may consider customizing Machine Resources. (Note that these are advanced GeoCue settings and require Administrator level privilege). The factors that need to be accounted for when fine-tuning your processing are: 1. Available Machine Resources Resources available per…

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No Design File on the Working Segment

A macro fails when launched through Geocue Dispatch. Checklist Step Details, System Messages error reads “No design files on the working segment”. Additionally, reviewing the Sub Tasks for the specified task on the Dispatch Manager reveals the machine timing out and returning to pending queue. If the macro is set up to run in TerraScan:…

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Setting Design File in Working Segments

My Design File has unique information that is required for my macro to run. How can I set Design Files and dispatch that macro through Geocue? Access “Set Population Parameters” though the working set you wish to assign the Design File (DGN) to. When the dialogue box appears, choose the Feature File drop down menu.…

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Could not probe surface

Problem: User encounters the message, “Could not probe surface. Verify coverage and that surface is not in use.” in the system messages column of the Checklist Step Details pane when attempting to run the Probe checklist step on a Photogrammetric_Point entity in GeoCue. Probable Resolution#1: Verify the layer being probed is not currently locked in…

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Slow Responsiveness of GeoCue Client

Problem: Slow responsiveness of the GeoCue Client is observed corresponding with high CPU usage by the RepHostGUI.exe on the GeoCue Server machine. Probable Resolution: RepHostGUI.exe is the primary GeoCue server process, which handles all interaction with all GeoCue clients and the database. Since this executable implements multithreaded processing and handles all the necessary locks it…

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OrthoVista Path Changed with Upgrade

Problem: The OrthoVista path changed after installing the latest version and now GeoCue cannot find the executables and fails with the error, “Error Generating Mosaic Product: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.  at GeoCue.RapidOrtho.OVProductGen.Run() in n:\Framework\XCs\RapidOrtho\GCOVProcessing\OVProductGen.cs:line 35″ Probable Resolution: Go to C:\ProgramData Create (if it doesn’t exist) C:\ProgramData\GeoCue\RapidOrtho Go to…

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GeoCue Archiving Error Messages

Running the archive function in GeoCue produces an ArchiveLogs.#.txt text file in the GeoCue temp folder on the machine performing the archive. The # is sequential so that a log file may be generated for each archive attempt. Should the archive task encounter an exception it is best to review these logs for the problem…

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Modifying VERT_CS WKT for USGS

A recent USGS addendum to the LIDAR Base Specification has stated that “User-defined entities will not be allowed for capturing specific geoid information in the WKT”. LP360 (v2015.1.76.15 or later) In order to remove this information from the VERT_CS WKT being included in LP360 generated WKTs it is necessary to replace the following file(s): “C:\Program…

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