Bang! for Dynamo Update

#11

Thanks John for your quick response

My Warning.Description doesn’t work as shown below. Do you know why?

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#12

The input of that needs to be a warning element type. That would be the one from the first node’s output in your image

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#13

Yes @john_pierson ohn. You’re right. It was my mistake. :slight_smile:

Now it works

Thanks

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#14

I’m trying to use this to extract a summary of warnings types to report out general model health and trends. Is there a way to pull all warnings to a single list to then start the sorting and filtering, kind of the way the first release of Bang! did?

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#15

Hi @jamesd101, I removed that functionality in favor of the dropdowns. Let me go ahead and add that back to the package eventually.

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#16

Fantastic, I look forward to seeing it. Thanks for the help

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#17

Thanks John, I was also looking for this functionality.

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#18

Hi John,

I still don’t see the node WarningsTools.GetWarnings to your latest package. Is it possible to bring that back?

Thanks

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#20

Actually this is still in the package, just not visible in the UI. (I can revised that in an update)

But it the meantime you can do the following:
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#21

The update is now live!
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#22

Thanks a lot John.

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#23

Hi John,
I just noticed the dropdown node for warnings in the latest update has disappeared. We need both nodes: WarningTools,GetWarnings and All Warnings of Type. Please!

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#24

That should not be the case, which version of Revit/Dynamo are you in?

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#25

Hi John,

I am using Revit 2018 and Dynamo 1.34
The node that I am not seeing is “All Warnings of Type”.

Thank You

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#26

In the library, navigate to bang and see if you have a selection category. Also, what does the yellow error say?

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#27

Hi John,
This is what I see under Selection category:

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#28

Thanks for the info. Let me do some more digging.

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#29

Figured it out. I recently swapped to using a desktop and forgot to sync some of the old code from my laptop to the new package. :man_facepalming:

This is now updated and is version 2019.3.1

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#30

Hi John

Fantastic work!

Is there a way to customize the serverity for the warnings?

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#31

Hi @jgu!

Thanks for the kind words. Unfortunately, I do not think there is a way to modify the severity of the warning element itself since these are defined by Revit.

This seems to be the case for the time being as there is only a method to get the severity.

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