Cube highway network Coordinate system

Hi, I received a highway network file from other people. I can open the net file in Cube, but when I exported the net file into a shapefile, the shapefile doesn’t have coordinate system information.
Does any one know how to read coordinate system information of a Cube highway net file?

Thanks.
Binbin

Hello Binbin,
Under Highway Network process templates is

Here is the syntax of the .s file I use:
RUN PGM=NETWORK MSG=‘Include XY Coordinates’
FILEO LINKO = “{SCENARIO_DIR}\XYrounded_{SCENARIO_SHORTNAME}.dbf”
FILEI LINKI[1] = {NETI1.Q}
FILEO NETO = {NETO.Q}

NA=A
XA=A.X
YA=A.Y
NB=B
XB=B.X
YB=B.Y

ENDRUN

I also have this “old” script that I run outside of my Cube application:
RUN PGM=NETWORK
FILEO NETO = rounded_b2015xy.NET,
INCLUDE=a,b,xa, ya, xb, yb
FILEI NETI[1] = D:\UAG\2011Model\calibration\Base\TIP\FY1721R2\b2015\ROUNDED_b2015.NET ;assigned output network

xa=a.x
ya=a.y
na=a
xb=b.x
yb=b.y
nb=b

ENDRUN

RUN PGM=NETWORK
FILEI LINKI[1] = rounded_b2015xy.NET
FILEO LINKO = “D:\UAG\2011Model\calibration\Base\TIP\FY1721R2\AQnetworks\ROUNDED_b2015xy.DBF”,
FORMAT=“DBF” ; OUTPUT LINKS TO DBASE FORMAT
ENDRUN

Mary Ann,
Thanks a lot for the solution. I tried and was able to add coordinates to the link layer as attributes. But I still don’t know in what Coordinate system the layer is in. A .prj file is required to provide the coordinate system information for shapefile, but when I export the Cube .net into shapefile, .prj file is not produced.
So do you know how to decide which coordinate system the file is in?
Thanks again for help!
Binbin