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  • »Robert.Jeffries« ist der Autor dieses Themas

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Donnerstag, 23. Februar 2006, 21:19

Using Navtech V2.0 with QV4

I have previously purchased the Touratech Navtech Streetrouting maps of GB and Northern Ireland V2.0 which worked fine with QV3.

Having now upgraded to QV4 I cannot use these maps as a dialogue box pops up with a "No Navteq-license found. Please reinstall map." message.

Do I now have to upgrade my maps as well?
Regards
Bob Jeffries

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Donnerstag, 23. Februar 2006, 22:37

Hi,
this may depend on exactly what release of NAVTEQ maps these are.
There should be a note on the lNAVTEQ-CD lable, saying something like
Q1/2003 or alike. What release is it exactly ?
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Freitag, 24. Februar 2006, 13:59

Hi jockel

A scan of the CD cover

Hope this works OK.

Would you also be able to help me with the calibration of some maps. I have bought them from the mapping department of the Repulic of South Africa for use on a charity motorcycle ride I will be doing in 2007 for "Riders for Health", a worldwide motorcycle medical charity.

The maps are 1:50,000 georeferenced Tiff's and I believe they are UDM. A utilty was included to create a worldfile but I have been unable to work out how to use that to calibrate the maps in TTQV

Many thanks
Bob Jeffries
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Freitag, 24. Februar 2006, 14:27

Hi,

unfortunately the cover does not answer the problem completely.
There are two possibilities
a) have a look inside the NAVTEQ CD, is there a folder labeled "dll" or similar,
including files named qv_vec.dll, qv_vec_e.dll, qv_vec_f.dll, qv_vec_d.dll
(any of these), what datum and size are they ?

b) have a look at the TTQV3 software folder c:\program files\ttqv3\
try to locate the files named qv_vec.dll, qv_vec_e.dll, qv_vec_f.dll,
qv_vec_d.dll (any of these), what datum and size are they ?

Basically:
update TTQV4 to the latest development release:
http://www.ttqv2.de/files9/qv4upd_050.exe
Then copy the files "in speech" to your TTQV4 folder, thereby overwriting
existing, more recent versions of the qv_vec.dll
Retry to initialize/start the NAVTEQ maps with TTQV4.

@RSA maps
What do you mean with "UDM" ?
What problem do you have calibrating the maps ?
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Freitag, 24. Februar 2006, 22:11

Hi jockel

a) There are only 4 files on the CD:

info402.txt 6 KB 21/01/2003 10:56
licence_ttnt.txt 5 KB 04/09/2002 15:05
qv25upd.exe 5,620 KB 27/01/2003 15:42
ttnt_uk.exe 77,390 KB 21/01/2003 11:16

b) qv_vec.dll and all the others (_d _e _f) are 388 KB 28/07/2003

I have updated to V4.050 and copied the qv_vec.dll files from TTQV3 to TTQV4.

When I now try and start the Navtech maps I get a dialogue box headed C:\Program Files\TTQV4\Ttqv4a.exe with the message “No License for Q4 Data”.

The RSA maps are UTM, my typing mistake. I think in zone 34 and in the Southern hemisphere.

One of the georeferenced map files is at http://www.offroad-motorsport.com/rsa%20maps/wsg3228aa.tif(11.88 MB), I have not linked to it as it is so big. The world file wsg3228aa.tfw (1 KB) of that map is linked below.

I do not know how to use the Calibrate Map function of TTQV to put the worldfile or correct P1 to P4 co-ordinates, whatever I try I get an error message when I try to save.


Regards
Bob Jeffries

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Sonntag, 19. März 2006, 17:29

Hi jockel

Are you able to help with my problem with my Touratech NAVTEQ maps not working with version 4?

Regards
Bob Jeffries
Regards
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Sonntag, 19. März 2006, 20:08

Hi,

Zitat von »"Robert.Jeffries"«

...Are you able to help with my problem with my Touratech NAVTEQ maps not working with version 4?....

to make certain whether these 04/2002 maps work with TTQV4 I did a
testinstall of this old release and ended up with the maps running fine,
as fas as I could see with some testing.
- you have installed the mapset
- you have copied these older qv_vec.dll files and you checked, whether
they are still in place ?
- start TTQV4, open QV-Xplorer, open the database "street routing",
open the included map folder(s), delete the entries of whatever
"TTQV-vector-maps" you find there (naming may be similar!)
- in QV-Xplorer, place the cursor on the folder "QV-data" and select
"compress" from the Icon "database" in ttqv-xplorer-menu.
- in TTQV4 go options, settings "street-routing", click the button "path to
vectorial data" (may be named alike!) Point the path to the folder, where
you have installed your 04/2002 TTQV-NAVTEQ-Maps.
- Klick o.k., probably you will see the "no licence message", klick o.k.
again. Here this message happened only once and was never seen again.
- now go to TTQV-Xplorer, database street-routing, and you will find
your TTQV-NAVTEQ map listed in the map- folder therein.

That´s it, at least this is the way it worked perfectly here.
Note:
- keep these older qv_vec files as a copy at a safe place, as an
update of TTQV4 might accidently override them, so you can simply
copy them back !
- basically you only need the file qv_vec.dll, you can delete the others (qv_vec_e.dll....)!
- in case you get german routing messages, delete qv_vec.dll and
rename qv_vec_e.dll to qv_vec.dll and keep this renamed version for
further purposes.

@RSA-maps
I have checked the map, the provided *.tfw file is defintely not ment for
use with UTM, Zone34-south.
In General: Such a worldfile does not include the entire calibration
information. You have to find out from the map provider, what projection
(plus required projection parameters) and what map datum these maps
are registered in. You need to know and set this info, prior to importing the map.

Some more testing..
This map is simply projection "geographical" (equidistant-cylindrical, plate
carree) WGS84. So, delete eventually existing *.cal files which are with
the map now. Set TTQV4 in "units" to "DD°MM´SS,s" and WGS84 and
the map will import automatically.
Gruß
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Mittwoch, 22. März 2006, 12:42

Hi jockel

Many thanks for your help - I have followed your instructions exactly but still get a licencing error when I try and use the autorouting maps, but I'll just use them with TTQV3 for now and try some other things when I have time.

Many thanks also for the RSA map solution, it's simple when you know how, I just didn't know how.
Regards
Bob Jeffries

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Mittwoch, 22. März 2006, 12:48

Hi,

Zitat von »"Robert.Jeffries"«

.... I have followed your instructions exactly but still get a licencing error when I try and use the autorouting maps, but...

provided you use the latest releas of TTQV4 (4.0.54) you should see this
licence message once at the very moment I have mentioned above and
never again.
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