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Custom UniformatClassification file

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12-19-2012 01:29 PM

 

We have noticed that our customized UniformatClassification file caused journal errors. Any idea why is this happening, considering that we are maintaining the same internal structure as the original Uniformat file.


' 0:< ::0:: Delta VM: Avail -10 -> 8388231 MB, Used +6 -> 46 MB; RAM: Avail -13 -> 11014 MB, Used +10 -> 110 MB, Peak +10 -> 110 MB
' 0:< DBG_WARN: Invalid uniformat code: level 4, code 'A101010', parent 'A1010': line 477 of n:\build\2013_ship_x64_inst_20120221_2030\source\revit\revitdb\parameters\UniformatClassifications.cpp.
' 0:< DBG_WARN: Invalid uniformat code: level 5, code 'A10101010', parent 'A101010': line 477 of n:\build\2013_ship_x64_inst_20120221_2030\source\revit\revitdb\parameters\UniformatClassifications.cpp.
' 0:< DBG_WARN: Invalid uniformat code: level 6, code 'A10101011', parent 'A10101010': line 477 of n:\build\2013_ship_x64_inst_20120221_2030\source\revit\revitdb\parameters\UniformatClassifications.cpp.
' 0:< DBG_WARN: Invalid uniformat code: level 5, code 'A10101020', parent 'A101010': line 477 of n:\build\2013_ship_x64_inst_20120221_2030\source\revit\revitdb\parameters\UniformatClassifications.cpp.
' 0:< DBG_WARN: Invalid uniformat code: level 6, code 'A10101021', parent 'A10101020': line 477 of n:\build\2013_ship_x64_inst_20120221_2030\source\revit\revitdb\parameters\UniformatClassifications.cpp.
' 0:< DBG_WARN: Invalid uniformat code: level 6, code 'A10101022', parent 'A10101020': line 477 of n:\build\2013_ship_x64_inst_20120221_2030\source\revit\revitdb\parameters\UniformatClassifications.cpp.
' 0:< DBG_WARN: Invalid uniformat code: level 6, code 'A10101023', parent 'A10101020': line 477 of n:\build\2013_ship_x64_inst_20120221_2030\source\revit\revitdb\parameters\UniformatClassifications.cpp.
' 0:< DBG_WARN: Invalid uniformat code: level 6, code 'A10101024', parent 'A10101020': line 477 of n:\build\2013_ship_x64_inst_20120221_2030\source\revit\revitdb\parameters\UniformatClassifications.cpp.
' 0:< DBG_WARN: Invalid uniformat code: level 4, code 'A101030', parent 'A1010': line 477 of n:\build\2013_ship_x64_inst_20120221_2030\source\revit\revitdb\parameters

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Re: Custom UniformatClassification file

01-07-2013 03:33 AM in reply to: TomislavZigo6013

Dear TomislavZigo6013,

 

I googled for "Invalid uniformat code level code parent" and see some hints.

 

Are you following the advice given by the Revit wikihelp?

 

http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Revit/enu/2012/Help/Revit_User%27s_Guide/2654-Tools_an2654/2920-Uniform...

 

It says "Uniformat codes assigned by R.S.", whatever that may be. Where do your codes come from?

 

It does not recommend or support edits made to the Uniformat data file provided with Revit. Is yours based on that?

 

Do you observe the same problems adding the codes manually through the user interface?

 

If so, have you discussed this issue with Autodesk Product Support?

 

Cheers,



Jeremy Tammik
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Re: Custom UniformatClassification file

09-12-2013 03:46 PM in reply to: TomislavZigo6013

While Autodesk may not recommend editing this file, it is not the most recent published version of Uniformat, and there are certainly custom Autodesk codes that go beyond level 3. Please see the attached document, which highlights the issue many of us have in using the default file.

 

The danger of not implementing the updated Uniformat codes, is we are mis-categorizing our models. For example: the cuurent, industry published version of Uniformat version 2010 has this entry, C1030 Interior Doors and the Autodesk /RS Means provided file has C1020 Interior Doors. This is a very problematic discrepancy and is only one example of many.

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Re: Custom UniformatClassification file

09-14-2013 03:52 AM in reply to: sburke

Dear sburke,

 

I talked with the Revit team about this. Unfortunately, I cannot say much more about the situation than that the product team is aware there is a newer version and is considering updating it in the future.

 

Cheers,

Jeremy



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Re: Custom UniformatClassification file

09-14-2013 10:44 AM in reply to: jeremytammik
Thanks. I appreciate the feedback.
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