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    We are currently developing an updated license system for all Innovyze products. This will include the ability to identify license usage information.

    We are currently gathering additional requirements for these features. We are more than happy to discuss these requirements.

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    Brad Pierce commented  · 

    Great idea, and it will help consultants and utility owners justify purchasing more licenses!
    I would add that often the Network License is setup by an IT person that may need this information, but isn't in a position to regularly manage or monitor usage. It would be good for this info to be available to users, or at least some users that know about it, who can then monitor usage and relay it to IT and/or procurement.

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    Brad Pierce commented  · 

    Multiple subcatchments should always be allowed to drain to a single node (or now a single 2D point source).

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    Brad Pierce commented  · 

    For compatibility with SWMM, this is probably a good feature to add, but why not improve it, too? Implement it just like in SWMM, but allow the user the option to enter a max flow or max head. Also, add the max head option to the ICM 'Fixed' pump type.

    Why? Both pump types ('Fixed' and 'Ideal') have one similar characteristic that can cause issues, Once turned on, both pumps will achieve whatever head pressure is required (even ridiculous values) in order to pump the amount they're supposed to pump. If there's a problem downstream, the pumps can achieve thousands of feet/meters of head, preventing initialization. These optional settings would allow the users to enter realistic maximums to prevent the pumps from going rogue. :-)

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    Brad Pierce commented  · 

    This could be implemented as a single value, or better yet, a user-definable table of slopes for various diameters or height/width combinations. That way the user could enter minimum regulatory slopes or better for each pipe/conduit size.

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    Brad Pierce commented  · 

    Hi Matt,
    My clients in the Central South US that use InfoSWMM and InfoSewer are also asking about this. Unless ESRI might delay their scheduled plan to end support for ArcMap, this would be good to hear more details about, soon!

    Additionally, this is something that Innovyze needs to be a little more upfront and open about, as this will a significant number of your users. Will InfoWorks ICM and the other Workgroup product line be affected when ArcMap in uninstalled and ArcGIS Pro/Online is all we have? We need to know that, too. Thanks!

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    Thank you for the addition of this request, we are in discussions about how this might be achieved as the level of awareness of tasks is varied between agents. Would a dashboard showing who sent which simulation where (which are still ongoing) be sufficient? This would be without the progress those simulations have already made available as a first step.

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    Brad Pierce commented  · 

    This could be useful in more instances than just importing for 2D Mesh zones. AutoCAD .dwg or .dxf files usually have little information other than the object type (line, polyline, point, area, circle, etc) and name of the layer the object is on to help distinguish objects. AutoCAD uses named layers to distinguish (and often color) objects of a common type, like ICM and InfoAsset Manager use tables for nodes, conduits, etc.
    So all the lines representing pipes might be one layer, circles or blocks on another layer might represent manholes or valves, etc.

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    Interesting idea.

    We need more information on the problem of pipe clashes. Are these unconnected pipes in the model or are they referencing Asset networks, or Water networks?

    How granular of a view does one need? I.e. are you interesting in generally where these crossing occur, or are you trying to identify how close you can cross something else?

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