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kwihae
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Door schedule- show host wall type

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01-03-2012 08:12 AM

What kind of an instance paramater needs to be implemented in order to account the host wall type in the door schedule?

 

Thank you

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loboarch
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Re: Door schedule- show host wall type

01-03-2012 01:18 PM in reply to: kwihae

The host wall of a door is known to Revit internally but not exposed to the user in any way.  It can't be scheduled using out of the box tools.  Usign the Revit API a custom application could be written to access this information.  it does take programming knowledge to access and use the door's host wall information.



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GlynnisP
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Re: Door schedule- show host wall type

01-03-2012 06:09 PM in reply to: kwihae

Host Wall and Host Wall Type-based data are among the types of parameter data that Ideate BIMLink supports - see image.  Grabbing the area of the wall in which a window is hosted is a similar type of task. 

 

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Glynnis Patterson, Architect

www.ideatebimlink.com

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Chris_Baze
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Re: Door schedule- show host wall type

07-30-2014 07:28 PM in reply to: GlynnisP

Host wall type is still only accessable through the API in 2015, correct?

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GlynnisP
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Re: Door schedule- show host wall type

07-31-2014 05:08 AM in reply to: Chris_Baze

That is correct.

-Glynnis

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