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Old 16-06-2019, 12:35   #1
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How does OpenCPN/oeSENC handle periodical and date dependent objects?

I wounder how OpenCPN (or the oeSENC-plugin) handle ENC features that are encoded with the attributes DATSTA, DATEND, PERSTA, PEREND?

PERSTA and PEREND is used to encode between which dates the feature is valid. This is used for eg seasonal bouys.
DATSTA and DATEND is used to encode the first or last day a feature is valid. This is eg used when information is published in the chart in advance. Like when new traffic separation schemes is to be implemented.
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Re: How does OpenCPN/oeSENC handle periodical and date dependent objects?

Keoe....


These Feature attributes are shown on Object Query, if present for a queried object.

OpenCPN makes no effort to filter object display based upon DATSTA, DATEND, PERSTA, PEREND.


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