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Posted Tuesday, April 1, 2014 3:34 PM
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Has anyone tried out the new 3D joins in 2014?
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Not sure what you're referring to.

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Can you provide detail or technical link for 3D joins in 2014?

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I believe this is a late April Fools topic...

Correct found everything about it on BOL under AFD....
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I looked at the topic and thought wahoo they've do some enhancements to spatial ... but of course the spatial stuff hasn't changed in 2014 Made me look though
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Ah, was looking forward to using

RIGHT ANGLE JOIN
PERPENDICULAR JOIN

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Ah, was looking forward to using

RIGHT ANGLE JOIN
PERPENDICULAR JOIN



I think I've seen that tried before... :)



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Eirikur Eiriksson (4/1/2014)
Has anyone tried out the new 3D joins in 2014?

I can confirm that 3 dimensional joins work quite well; it's the 12 or 20 dimensional joins that are a pain.
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Has anyone tried out the new 3D joins in 2014?

I can confirm that 3 dimensional joins work quite well; it's the 12 or 20 dimensional joins that are a pain.


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