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C4R Publish Settings

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Message 1 of 7
bim
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C4R Publish Settings

Whenever I access my C4R project in BIM360 Teams, the only thing available is the default {3D} view. 

 

When I go to the Publish Settings in Revit, I select sheets & views and get the message as seen in the attachment

 

"Warning

 

Because you did not select any views or sheets, only the default 3D view will be published on A360."

 

You can see in my screenshot that I have sheets selected. I have tried this multiple times and get this message regardless of which combination of sheets / views / sets I select.

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Message 2 of 7
andrea.kikuchi
in reply to: bim

Hi @bim

 

Have you initiated the model via C4R into the project on BIM360 Team? You will have to do this first before you can choose views to upload. 



Andrea K

Technical Support Specialist



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Message 3 of 7
Kevin.Thickett
in reply to: bim

Is there a reason the "include" box adjacent to Set 1 is unticked?

Presumably you tick this before pressing save & close.

Message 4 of 7
bim
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in reply to: bim

This particular C4R project currently has (18) RVT files loaded to it. All of them have been published to BIM360 Teams at least once. All (18) models show this error when trying to change the publish settings in Revit.

 

All of the models on C4R ONLY show the default 3D View. None of the views or sheets are populated.

Message 5 of 7
bim
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in reply to: Kevin.Thickett

I receive the same error message if the Set is checked or not checked.

 

The plan is to utilize a Sheet Set to manage the published sheets yes, but the error shows up no matter what combination of sheets / views / sets I select.

Message 6 of 7
bim
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in reply to: bim

Given that these projects were fresh / brand new, they did not have a Sheet Set created. Set 1 was not a REAL set, but a Revit Database placeholder.

 

Once we created a new Sheet Set, assigned sheets to it and published, things are working properly.

Message 7 of 7
andrea.kikuchi
in reply to: bim

Thanks for the update, glad it's working now!



Andrea K

Technical Support Specialist



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