Shared Parameters with data managed from Excel List

excel
#4

Hi @Kulkul
Thanks for the reply. Have replaced the image.
Had to zoom in till the level of one node (as advised by @Ritesh_Chandawar) till it worked!!

Thanks!

0 Likes

#5

@Ritesh_Chandawar Thanks, Did you open the dyn file and captured? :smile:

0 Likes

#6

@Chandrasekar_Rajaman Which Revit version your using?

0 Likes

#7

Using Revit 2016 and Dynamo 1.2

0 Likes

#8

yes, I do.

0 Likes

#9

@Chandrasekar_Rajaman Similar issue is discussed in this topic Add shared parameter node you can find Dyn Script try that. Good Luck!

1 Like

#10

Will try that @Kulkul
Remember reading that post but TBH, I didn’t try the DYN.
Thanks!

0 Likes

#11

Hi @Kulkul
Still, no luck!! Though it worked with the downloaded Excel file…
So it’s got to be something that is there in my Excel file…??


I have no idea of Python coding - so can’t follow what’s the error in line 101 :sweat:

Attached files used…
SP_Temp.xlsx (9.6 KB)
Shared Parameter Dynamo1 - 2016_RCS.dyn (19.6 KB)

Any guideline would be much helpful
Thanks!
R. Chandrasekar

1 Like

#12

Alright, I will fix it for you give some time.

0 Likes

#13

Ok
Thanks a lot

0 Likes

#14

Here you go try this files SP_Temp(Kulkul).xlsx (8.3 KB)
Shared Parameter (For Chandrasekar).dyn (13 KB)

5 Likes

Adding Project Parameter
Add parameters to family instance Revit 2016 Dynamo 1.3
Create Shared parameter from excel file
#15

Dear @Kulkul ,

i tried your script & it works just fine.
Thank you for help.

Could you help me Adding some of these parameters as project parameter on some categories?

Thanks

0 Likes

#16

Hi @MegaMax84x Sure why not. Could you please create a new topic.

0 Likes

#17

Dear @Kulkul,

i created a new topic as requested, could you help us??

0 Likes

#18

Hi @Kulkul
Thanks a lot for your kind efforts :+1:
It works as expected :slight_smile: when using with the Excel you uploaded.
But, When I try to change the Parameter Group to be Multiline Text, it fails

Maybe there’s a syntax that I am missing :sweat:
Can you please advise how to change that?

Thanks
R. Chandrasekar.

0 Likes

#19

There is no PG “MultiLineText” that’s the reason it throws that error. I suggest you use different PG…

0 Likes

#20

It’s exactly the same definition, no changes except the one highlighted value in my previous post.
Graph below:


PG_MultilineText is Parameter Group (I suppose)
That value gets dropped out of the list too
The Category part didn’t have errors

0 Likes

#21

0 Likes

#22

Sincere Apologies - My Bad :sweat:
As the data in my head was transposed to the way this works along with the no headings, I was lost!
I was meaning the Type of Parameter

So changed it in the other row

Error is this now…


What am I missing or doing wrong?
Many Thanks once again @Kulkul

0 Likes

#23

Sorry - Had missed to connect the first Input

Drops that value in the other list now…


Correct error is this

0 Likes