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MicroStation DGN Attribute Linkage Data

Hi,
I need some assistance trying to parse a MicroStation DGN files
especially in interpreting an attribute linkage data.
According to my information, the filling style of polygones and all
such stuff resides there.
Has anyone an idea? Thanks
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alfa
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alfa
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hddp666Commented:
The USER menu (or similar) allows you to change all sorts of attributes. Also, under VIEW you can change the rendering attributes.
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alfaAuthor Commented:
It's very nice, but I know, how to set the attributes in MicroStation.
What I am looking for is an opprotunity to interpret it in a DGN file WITHOUT MicroStation!

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Answers2000Commented:
You're trying to do this in your own program right ?

Try EDAT toolkit from Cimmetry Systems Inc.

http://www.cimmetry.com/cimweb.nsf

I think this does it
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