By Jonas Kuster 1158939
#541560 I'm getting a "not closed border lines error" when loading the sectors for EURW which I cannot understand why it is generated. I would appreciate some other people familiar with working ESE files could have a look into it. The exact error message is:
Code: Select allError: Not closed border lines LFMM·LFMM FIR·000·195/1753/1320 in line 33591


The borderline referenced to is the following (the line starting with "BORDER"):
Code: Select allSECTOR:LFMM·LFMM FIR·000·195:00000:19500
OWNER:FM
BORDER:1753:1315:1354:1355:1356:1357:1348:635:634:1361:1308:1513:1757:1758:1759:1760:1761:1762:1449:1450:1451:1371:1378:1452:1280:1281:1763:1288:1287:1286:1285:1435:1434:1764:1553:1549:1667:850:1666:1395:195:194:1397:1724:1383:1382:1381:1324:1320:1723:1062:1313
DEPAPT:LFKB:LFKC:LFKF:LFKJ:LFLB:LFLL:LFLS:LFLU:LFLY:LFMD:LFMN:LFTW:LFLC:LFMA:LFMI:LFML:LFMO:LFMV:LFMP:LFMT:LFMU:LFTW:LFTH
ARRAPT:LFKB:LFKC:LFKF:LFKJ:LFLB:LFLL:LFLS:LFLU:LFLY:LFMD:LFMN:LFTW:LFLC:LFMA:LFMI:LFML:LFMO:LFMV:LFMP:LFMT:LFMU:LFTH:LFTW


The mentioned points in the error message (1753 and 1320) do not reflect the actual first and last bits of the border definitition. 1753 is the first one, but 1320 is not the last. So it is correct that these two sectorlines do not close the sector. It would be 1313 that closes with 1753, which I verified. So why does ES think that 1320 should close the sector? Is there a limit for the items forming the border definition?

Here some extracts from the sectorline definitions to show that I would not expect an error.

Code: Select allSECTORLINE:1753 ; GLO20891-GLO937
COORD:N046.30.00.000:E004.24.00.000
COORD:N046.30.00.000:E003.16.00.000


Code: Select allSECTORLINE:1320 ; GLO27306-GLO27307
COORD:N044.53.04.000:E003.01.57.000
COORD:N045.13.24.000:E003.01.16.000


Code: Select allSECTORLINE:1324 ; GLO27306-GLO841
COORD:N044.53.04.000:E003.01.57.000
COORD:N044.37.29.000:E003.02.28.000


Code: Select allSECTORLINE:1313 ; GLO843-GLO937
COORD:N046.20.00.000:E002.55.00.000
COORD:N046.30.00.000:E003.16.00.000


Any ideas appreciated.
By Mark Walsh 1228495
#541604 I would assume that you should have connected lines between 1753 and 1320. Need to see the lines 1723,1062 and 1313. Assuming the lines are not connected between these. This looks like GNG. If you use the map function, you should be able to see it better.
By Jonas Kuster 1158939
#541644 Yes, it looks like ES is expecting that this border closes between 1753 and 1320, where it actually isn't. I can't understand why.

It is a GNG generated file. But I couldn't find any incorrect definition that would explain the error shown by ES to me. So I think it's not the time yet to involve GNG staff.
Here are the remaining line definitions:
Code: Select allSECTORLINE:1723 ; GLO27307-GLO844-GLO27308
COORD:N045.13.24.000:E003.01.16.000
COORD:N045.42.45.000:E003.00.16.000
COORD:N046.15.19.000:E002.55.39.998


Code: Select allSECTORLINE:1062 ; GLO27308-GLO843
COORD:N046.15.19.000:E002.55.39.998
COORD:N046.20.00.000:E002.55.00.000


Code: Select allSECTORLINE:1313 ; GLO843-GLO937
COORD:N046.20.00.000:E002.55.00.000
COORD:N046.30.00.000:E003.16.00.000
By Mark Walsh 1228495
#542276 Here is what I see
SECTORLINE:1753 ; GLO20891-GLO937
COORD:N046.30.00.000:E004.24.00.000
COORD:N046.30.00.000:E003.16.00.000
[NEED COMMON POINT WITH 1062 HERE]

SECTORLINE:1062 ; GLO27308-GLO843
COORD:N046.15.19.000:E002.55.39.998 ; Connects to 1723
COORD:N046.20.00.000:E002.55.00.000
[NEED COMMON POINT WITH 1753 HERE]

SECTORLINE:1723 ; GLO27307-GLO844-GLO27308
COORD:N045.13.24.000:E003.01.16.000 ; Connects to 1320
COORD:N045.42.45.000:E003.00.16.000
COORD:N046.15.19.000:E002.55.39.998 ; Connects to 1062

SECTORLINE:1320 ; GLO27306-GLO27307
COORD:N044.53.04.000:E003.01.57.000 ; Connects to 1324
COORD:N045.13.24.000:E003.01.16.000 ; Connects to 1723