For those of you playing with RBT, check out links below from Philip:
RBT Input Builder
This is a new, standalone tool for building the input file that is used to run the RBT. I strongly recommend using it to create the input files, and then hand editing them to tweak any minor details. It includes the default RBT change detection settings. Here is a video tutorial on how to use this tool.
The Latest Command Line RBT
We are up to RBT version 2.34.1. There will be a new version later next week, but no harm in grabbing this version in case I'm delayed.
RBT Batch Processor
I don't have this packaged up yet.... But I've created an Access database for listing RBT runs. I've also written a small software tool that reads this database and runs all the "queued" runs. I use it for triggering dozens of test runs overnight. Might be handy for you...
CHaMP GDB Loader
Simple little tool for throwing the contents of a CHaMP file database into a new ArcMap document. It doesn't do any symbology (yet)... but at least it cuts down all the painful folder browsing. Video tutorial.
RBT Result Scavenger
I'm part way through finishing a little app that trawls the file system and finds RBT result XML files. It then consume the contents of these files and puts them into a single Access database. (Kind of goes hand in hand with the batch processor).
Originally posted Dec 14, 2012, 6:04 PM by Joe Wheaton
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