NOTE: Exported BenMAP database files have a .bdb extension, and are a binary format not

suitable for viewing in external applications.

4.2.2 Import Setups

To import part or all of an existing setup, go to the Tools drop-down menu, and choose the

Database Import option. This will bring up the Import Object Into Database window.

The Database Object File box identifies the file that you want to import. Click on the Browse

button to locate the file to import. This will bring up the Import Database Object From File


Select the file that you want to import, and then click Open. This will bring you back to the

Import Object Into Database window. Click OK to finish the import process.

individual item (e.g., a single grid definition from among many available), select the Setup into

which it should be imported. Select the Setup from the drop-down list below Target Setup.

Click OK to finish.

NOTE: Duplicates of datasets (typically identified by their names - e.g. “Population CityOne”)

will overwrite existing data in a Setup. New datasets (i.e., non-duplicated) will be added to the



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