I have assembled a dynamo-file that reads the different wall types in my project and compiles their structural
assembly into a list.
The ultimate goal is to read this data/text into a Schedule or Wall Legend in Revit in order to save time
when working with a large project and automatically updating the text from dynamo when changing a wall type.
I have tried exporting it to an Excel Sheet, but then getting it back into Revit and yada, yada…
seems such a hassle and not so streamlined so it might be faster to just do it the good old manual way in the end… ¯_(ツ)_/¯ Or maybe you know a good workflow for that strategy that I couldn’t figure out?
When researching I bumped into a thread talking about a dynamo-component that creates schedules in revit, I think it is called "ViewSchedule.Create…or similar… but I can’t find it in any package?!
Maybe that’s the solution I’m looking for?
Anyways, after scratching my head and going in circles over this topic for a couple of days,
I now look to you all for advice…
Any help, ideas, clues or tips are highly appreciated!
Ps. If anyone wants to have a look on the file you’ll need the clockwork package…
Greetings from Oslo!
180411_Wall types parameters.dyn (49.5 KB)