Has anyone seen anything like this before? Do you know if there is a Disable Point Clouds option somewhere?
I can bring the data into a new project no problem, but for some reason cannot bring it into my existing project..
Can you provide me this data set? I would like to investigate this further here.
I have the same problem I opened my VCE file this morning and point cloud is gone. I cant bring it back in. i can view and see other projects fine. scans are all ok but this job only has problems.
Krupprecht@jmt.com thanks for any help.
I have just had the same issue,
I had imported another cloud which I had then deleted form the project folder ( this is a another issue..it keeps this data in here despite being delete form the project- clogging up space)
I now cannot reimport the las file in had before
RESOLVED -- try delete the regions in explorer apart from default - which you cant delete. I had a hunch id seen this before and this was the answer
let me know.....
I too have this problem on a project. A lot of work went into creating the regions but oh well. How does one delete a region. I tried right-clicking on the region but no "delete" command.
I have this issue again and deleted two clouds imported, then tried to save and got an error message now it wont let me import new point clouds, this is a nightmare!
I would suggest contacting a trimble dealer and asking them to do a support ticket to Trimble. I haven't had it happen again but I don't hold my breath. Loosing a classified and cleaned scan can be a big setback. Back up on external hard drive or elsewhere all the time! Takes a bit but worth it.
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Just had the same issue happen to me. Only one point cloud (300mb) with a couple topo points in the project. Short file path. Cloud vanished into thin air along with several hours of work.
you're SdeDatabase.dbb and .sdm are probably corrupt. Following situations apply:
1) if you want to start over, delete the .sdb and .sdm to remove the classifications in the project explorer. Re-import your point clouds.
2) if you don't want to start over, you can check and see if there are previous versions (right click on the database files, go to properties, click previous versions) restore a version that was good prior to getting corrupt. you'll need to relaunch the project.
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