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How to Use Spatial Manager for AutoCAD to Manage Spatial Data


Spatial Manager for AutoCAD is a powerful AutoCAD plug-in designed for AutoCAD users who need to import, export, transform and manage spatial data in a simple, fast and inexpensive way[^1^] [^2^]. It includes many functionalities not seen so far in AutoCAD, such as background maps, thematic maps, data management, spatial analysis, location tools, Google Street View integration, terrain modeling and more[^1^]. In this article, we will show you how to use Spatial Manager for AutoCAD to perform some common tasks with spatial data.


Importing Spatial Data into AutoCAD


One of the main features of Spatial Manager for AutoCAD is the ability to import spatial data from various sources into new or existing AutoCAD drawings. You can import data from geospatial files (such as Shapefiles, KML, GeoJSON, etc.), data servers (such as PostGIS, SQL Server Spatial, etc.) or data stores (such as OpenStreetMap, Google Fusion Tables, etc.)[^1^]. The imported data will be converted into AutoCAD objects and extended entity data (EED/XDATA) according to your settings[^1^].


To import spatial data into AutoCAD, you need to follow these steps:


Open the Spatial Manager palette from the Spatial Manager tab on the ribbon or by typing SPMIMPORT in the command line[^1^].


Select the source of the spatial data from the drop-down list. You can choose from a list of predefined providers or add your own custom providers[^1^].


Specify the parameters of the source, such as the file name, the connection string, the table name, etc. You can also browse for files or tables using the buttons on the right[^1^].


Select the target of the import operation. You can choose to import the data into a new drawing or into the current drawing. If you choose the current drawing, you can also select a layer to import the data into[^1^].


Click on Next to go to the Schema tab. Here you can see the fields and types of the source data and map them to EED/XDATA fields in AutoCAD. You can also add new fields or edit existing ones[^1^].


Click on Next to go to the Options tab. Here you can configure various options for the import operation, such as coordinate system transformation, object creation mode, block definition, label creation, etc. You can also save and load your settings as profiles for future use[^1^].


Click on Import to start the import process. A progress bar will show you the status of the operation. When it is finished, you will see a summary of the results and any errors or warnings that may have occurred[^1^].


Close the Spatial Manager palette and enjoy your imported spatial data in AutoCAD.


Exporting Spatial Data from AutoCAD


Spatial Manager for AutoCAD also allows you to export spatial data from AutoCAD drawings to various formats. You can export objects from the drawing to spatial files or databases and save their EED/XDATA as alphanumeric data tables[^1^]. This way, you can share your spatial data with other applications or users.


To export spatial data from AutoCAD, you need to follow these steps:


Select the objects that you want to export from the drawing. You can use any selection method available in AutoCAD[^1^].


Open the Spatial Manager palette from the Spatial Manager tab on the ribbon or by typing SPMEXPORT in the command line[^1^].


Select the target of the export operation from the drop-down list. You can choose from a list of predefined providers or add your own custom providers[^1^].


Specify the parameters of the target, such as the file name, the connection string, the table name, etc. You can also browse for files or tables using the buttons on the right[^1^].


Click on Next to go to the Schema tab. Here you can see the fields and types of the EED/XDATA of


the selected objects and map them to fields in the target format. 061ffe29dd






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