Jun 20, 2022 – Autodesk released the Autodesk Civil 3D 2022.2 Update
The Autodesk Civil 3D 2022.2 Update is available via the Autodesk Desktop App or via download from the Autodesk subscription site.
The install requires access to the original install resources.
The Autodesk Civil 3D 2022.2 Update includes the fixes in the previously released updates.
Autodesk Civil 3D 2022.2 Update
- Fixed an API issue in which the cant criteria attribute "pivot method" was missing for cant curve.
Assemblies and Subassemblies
- Fixed an issue with subassemblies in which the slope transition was not correct.
Autodesk Collaboration for Civil 3D
- Fixed an issue in which the referenced corridor in the host drawing was not updated when its location was updated in the source drawing.
- Fixed an issue in which the source drawing was not uploaded to the Desktop Connector folder along with its host drawing when references that use a relative path and an absolute path to the same source drawing are in the host drawing.
- Fixed an issue in which data referenced objects could be dragged in and out of folders without the user having a BIM 360 entitlement.
- Fixed an issue in which data shortcuts were not organized in the appropriate folders when setting the working folder and data shortcut project folder from Autodesk Docs in Civil 3D 2022.1.
Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS
- Added an option to select or ignore the elevation value in ArcGIS when importing COGO points into Civil 3D.
- Fixed an issue in which the elevation value was incorrect when importing objects from ArcGIS when the coordinate system used a different unit.
Autodesk Grading Optimization
- Added an informational button to the ribbon on the Civil 3D Home tab to guide users to find and install the tools for Grading Optimization.
- Autodesk Subassembly Composer
- Fixed an issue in which re-ordered input/output and target parameters in the Subassembly Composer were not saved in the subassembly PKT file.
- Fixed an issue in which an error was displayed when importing a data shortcut working folder with project files into Vault.
- Fixed an issue in which after moving a drawing with xrefs to another folder in the Vault client, and checking out the host drawing in Civil 3D, an xref drawing could not be found.
- Fixed an issue in which all the folders were expanded when selecting the project to display after logging into Vault.
- Fixed a performance issue that would occur when checking out some drawings from Vault.
- Fixed a stability issue that would occur if checking in a drawing to Vault that contains references.
- Fixed a stability issue that would occur when rebuilding all corridors in a drawing.
- Fixed an issue in which the corridor model was drawn incorrectly when opening the drawing.
- Sample line grip editing performance has been improved by around 10% by improving the performance for calculating intersection points for the corridor feature line by around 15%.
- Fixed an issue in which geometry locking was not working for corridors that used feature lines as baselines.
- Added support for filtering subassemblies through searching for key words in the corridor Target Mapping dialog box.
- The corridor rehab reports format was changed from xml to html so the reports can be opened by Microsoft Edge.
- Fixed an issue in which the point subassembly was missing in section view if its parent sample line was not perpendicular to its baseline.
- Fixed an issue in which a subassembly couldn't use a target that didn't match the Side parameter specified for the subassembly.
- Fixed an issue in which cant was not applied to the corridor at a cant transition range created by resolving overlapping transition in/out regions.
- The lower part of the Target Mapping dialog box is not displayed when using display resolutions below 1024x768, like 640x480 and 800x600. When you switch back to a resolution of 1024x786 pixels or higher, the full Target Mapping dialog box is displayed after clicking the resize icon at the bottom right corner of the dialog box.
- Fixed an issue in which editing alignments that were previously used as corridor targets caused the corridor to be out of date.
- Fixed an issue in which the command AeccSetFeatureElevCorridor would only work for the first baseline when a corridor has multiple baselines created from feature lines.
- Fixed an issue in which a reference text component for a pressure part profile label could not be displayed in profile view.
- Fixed an issue in which targets would be lost after adding or editing targets for multi-target subassemblies in Civil 3D 2022.1.
- Fixed a stability issue that would occur when deleting a corridor and using the UNDO command.
- Fixed an issue in which data referenced pipes and structures were disconnected after synchronizing.
- Fixed a stability issue in which Civil 3D would become unresponsive when auditing multiple zero length feature line segments.
- Fixed an issue in which the AUDIT command would not fix errors in feature lines that existed in sites.
- Fixed a stability issue that would occur when importing a specific LandXML file.
- Fixed a stability issue that would occur after clicking on the View Cube several times in the Object Viewer when selecting a pipe and surface together.
- Fixed an issue in which there were unhandled exception errors and Civil 3D would close when Civil 3D as AutoCAD was started.
- Fixed an issue in which the wrong Target Civil 3D version was shown in the Batch Save Utility (Standalone).
- Fixed a stability issue in which Civil 3D would close when opening a specific drawing.
- Fixed an issue in which the AddInProcess.exe - System Error error panel would be displayed when opening a drawing.
- Fixed a stability issue that would occur when deleting parcel segments and then using the UNDO and PURGE commands.
- Pipe Networks
- Fixed an issue in which some STM files could not be imported into non-English versions of Civil 3D.
- Fixed an issue in which Network and Pressure Pipe Network were not listed in the Quick Select dialog box.
- Fixed an issue in which some structure profile labels would disappear after reloading an xref.
- Fixed an issue in which the crossing pipe hatch color could not be changed by layer in profile view.
- Fixed an issue in which pipe hatching was not trimmed correctly by the structure boundary.
- Fixed an issue in which flared end sections were reversed in profile view.
- Fixed an issue in which the pipe label anchor point wouldn't update after the label style was changed.
- Fixed an issue in which unexpected expressions were shown under pipe label styles.
- Added an icon for the RegenNetwork command to the ribbon.
- Improved the performance of creating COGO points from corridors in drawings that contain section views.
- Fixed an issue in which some command prompt text in the CreatePipeRunFromParts command was not correct.
- When selecting a station range for a pipe run profile override, the whole profile view will not be zoomed to automatically.
- Added an icon for the RegenPressureSolid command to the ribbon.
- Fixed an issue in which the pipe run would break when changing the stationing of the underlying pipe run alignment.
- Fixed an issue in which flipping an asymmetrical cross, tee, or reducer would cause the parts to detach from the pipe run alignment.
- Fixed an issue in which the anchor point in a pressure pipe label didn't work.
- Fixed an issue in which a pipe run would be detached after moving a bend.
- Improved the warning message for pipe run edits that are blocked because they would have created unsupported geometry along the pipe run.
- Fixed an issue in which crossing pressure pipe profile labels did not follow pipe objects.
- Fixed an issue in which a pipe run would be detached when two PI points were too close.
- Fixed an issue in which pressure pipe data bands did not refresh correctly.
- Warnings now display immediately when a pipe part is detached from the underlying pipe run.
- Removed the ability to specify the Elevation Reference in the Swap Pressure Network Parts dialog box.
- Added logic so that when a pipe run path rotation angle is greater than 175°, the pipe run cannot be created.
- Fixed an issue in which a bend did not move with an edit to a referenced layout profile in profile view.
- Fixed an issue in which the pressure part styles set in the parts list were not used when the pressure network was referenced by data shortcuts.
- Updated the text of the tooltip shown for the Clean Up PVIs check box in the Pipe Run Profile Settings dialog box.
- Removed the Dynamic column on the Override tab of Profile Setting dialog box. Now when you select a reference profile the range is dynamic, and when you select None the range is not dynamic.
- Updated the text of the warning regarding unsupported geometry in pipe runs.
- Added the ability to check whether the Default Cut Length in the pressure network feature settings is larger than the minimum length.
- Added the ability to lock the override station range when editing a pipe run alignment in plan view.
- Added the ability to lock a customized range when breaking or merging a pipe run.
- Added the ability to add PVIs at bends in a pipe run profile dynamic offset.
- Support has been added for rail symbols in turnout labels.
- Support has been added for cant information label styles to be in reference templates.
- Turnout drawings are provided in the Civil 3D Tutorial drawings folder.
- Fixed a stability issue that would occur when opening some specific drawings that use reference templates in different versions. Note that this issue is fixed when working with Civil 3D 2022.2 and a later version of the software.
- Fixed an issue in which surface legend tables provided different results in Civil 3D 2016 and Civil 3D 2022.
- Fixed an issue in which the volumes report results were incorrect when using the composite volumes method and when the left and right swath widths did not match.
- Fixed an issue related to extracting solids from a large surface.
- Fixed an issue in which large surfaces would disappear upon opening a file due to the .MMS file being automatically deleted.
- Fixed an issue in which exporting and re-importing a .dem file would cause the surface to shift from its original location.