The top block doesn't contain any attributes, it contains nested blocks, only these nested blocks have attributes.
I wil inclose the dwg.
After 'edit block in place' and editting the attribute of a nested block, the attributes of the same 'top block' are updated with the same value as in the first top block.
The top block is named 'scharnier...+ schroef ...' and consists of the block 'scharnier...' and 8 blocks 'schroef...'
You Deutsch, I'm out of breath just trying to say the name of that file.
I realize I said up above that my knowledge on this is limited but I will ask again if you have tried to change the Tag Names for Schroef 5x60
and Scharnier 3_5x3_5x2_2? The Tag ARTIKEL_ELEMENTCODE is the same in both blocks. Maybe the nesting is hosing them up since they are inserted as one entity.
Regards, Charles Shade
Not Deutsch but Dutch (nearby Belgium), close enough.
Changing the tag-name doesn't do the trick.
All the nested blocks schroef (screw) 5x60 and Scharnier (hinge) 3_5x3_5x2_2 within 'topblock 1' should have the attribute with the Tag 'ARTIKEL_ELEMENTCODE' filled with the value e.g. 'AA' and
All the nested blocks schroef (screw) 5x60 and Scharnier (hinge) 3_5x3_5x2_2 within 'topblock 2' should have the attribute with the Tag 'ARTIKEL_ELEMENTCODE' filled with the value e.g. 'BB' etc
In my opinion is the attribute inserted as one object but not the attribute value.