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62 Figure 34. Mapping data fields. restore the correct mapping. Select DOT_Activity_ID in the NBMD_Size is run for each new dataset that is deployed, left-side listbox. Press reset. Select DOT_Activity_ID in box and must be run if data text files are altered or updated. left- and right-side list boxes. Press Map. NBMD_Size performs a single task and offers few choices To create the XML document, press Run. After a pause, the to users. output file name vanishes. This indicates that the operation is To run NBMD_Size, double click on its shortcut in the complete. At this point, to exit the application, press Done. To NBMD root directory. The application window offers three create additional XML documents, press More, and then buttons (Figure 35). Data Directory is used to navigate to select schema files and text files as needed. NBMD datasets. Process performs the NBMD_Size operation. Done exits the application. Press Data Directory and navigate to the Data directory NBMD_Size Application below the NBMD root directory. Press OK in the folder The NBMD_Size application examines NBMD text files, browser. The NBMD_Size window now contains the list of counts the lines in each file, and reports these counts. The datasets (Figure 36). reports are stored in each dataset directory. The reports are Notice that all datasets are checked. That means that all used by the NBMD viewer to create data arrays. datasets will be processed. It is necessary to process datasets Figure 35. NBMD_Size.