I’m using a Dynamo graph to duplicate schedules, change their filters, and add them to new sheets. Among a number of issues I’ve run into, I’ve found that the schedules are not populating their table with any information until I open and close the Edit Filter dialog within Revit. The filter value change (made in the dynamo graph using a ScheduleView.ClearAllFilters node, then two ScheduleView.AddFilters nodes) is going through successfully, it seems, but the schedule does not show any data in its view or on the sheet until the filter is “refreshed” by opening and closing the dialog.
Is there a way to automate the “refresh” of the schedule filters/tables so that each schedule filter dialog does not need to be opened/closed? There will be hundreds of schedules, so this is crucial to get automated.