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Object Map editor – rules order

The Crash Magic object map editor has changed the order in which it displays the rules for generating crash symbols. The rules are now displayed in the order that they will be rendered rather than alphabetically.
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Crash Magic features that require GIS

Crash Magic version 4 & version 5 can take advantage of an ArcGIS Server installation to provide additional functionality in the program  This article describes what those features are and what is required to take advantage of them.
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Obtain data from CRIS – TX DOT Crash Data

In Texas, crash data is available to agencies through the CRIS data system. By following the steps included here, you can download and unzip data files suitable for import into Crash Magic. You also have the option to FTP the data to our servers rather than using the browser interface. That process is described in href="http://www.pdmagic.com/kb/ShowKBArticle.cfm?id=301">http://www.pdmagic.com/kb/ShowKBArticle.cfm?id=301
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Automated import using FTP

There are two methods for importing data into Crash Magic. The first is the standard manual process using the Crash Magic Online web pages. The second method utilizes FTP for automatic processing.
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Local installation database requirements

When Crash Magic is installed on a client server, the client database must provide storage for crash data and Crash Magic system tables.  This article describes these tables and required login information.
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How to obtain data from GEARS

Georgia DOT has a crash database managed by Lexis Nexus that can be accessed by any jurisdiction in Georgia. You will need to request access, and fill out a user agreement in order to receive a login and password.
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