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Schmit01
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Terminal Scheduling by Level

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08-23-2012 03:46 AM

Can someone please explain to me the logic as to why some schedules can be filtered by level and others not. Why is it I can do it with a Mechanical equipment schedule but not with the Terminal schedule?

 

Yes you can create a work around by using multiple category schedules and then just filter family type but then you lose some of the paramters specific to that familiy. I mean if I have a 20 story building and I need to create terminal schedules by floor whats the correct way to go about it?

 

Ryan

Revit MEP 2013

South Africa  

The issue is that depending on the template used, "Level" may actually be a number of different parameters. For the default air terminals in the template,there is a parameter called Level. However, for the face hosted terminals, there is a parameter called Schedule Level.

 

The workaround at this time would be to use a multi-category schedule, or add a shared parameter to the terminals and add the level information there.

 

We understand that this may not be the preferred workflow, but the request to have the "Level" parameter added to the list of scheduled parameters for Air Terminals has already been logged with our Development group.

 

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Chris.Aquino
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Re: Terminal Scheduling by Level

08-27-2012 07:10 AM in reply to: Schmit01

The issue is that depending on the template used, "Level" may actually be a number of different parameters. For the default air terminals in the template,there is a parameter called Level. However, for the face hosted terminals, there is a parameter called Schedule Level.

 

The workaround at this time would be to use a multi-category schedule, or add a shared parameter to the terminals and add the level information there.

 

We understand that this may not be the preferred workflow, but the request to have the "Level" parameter added to the list of scheduled parameters for Air Terminals has already been logged with our Development group.

 



Chris Aquino
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