I’m trying to do something I considered simple but I’m stuck.
I’ve got a drawing containing an alignment, a profile, a profile view, some assemblies and a corridor. I’d like to “mark” the start/end of all corridor regions in my profile view (with a (vertical) polyline or a point or something like that).
I started off by extracting the start/end-stations of all corridor regions which wasn’t too complicated.
Now I’d like to draw something at those stations in my (existing!) profile view.
If I were to create a new profile view I could use the “ProfileView.ByAlignmentPointName”-Node which takes “insertPoint” as an input. However, my profile view already exists and I need to get its insertion point.
I was only able to get the profile view’s bounding box with the “ProfileView.Extents”-Node but this only gives me height and length of my profile view and no absolute coordinates.
So, in short: Is there a way to query the insertion point coordinates of an existing profile view?