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Why are these unique ID objects appearing twice in a schedule?

Kelly at Kanvi Homes
Participant

We have an issue with correct surface area in one of our schedules. There are 2 walls with stone in this project but they are each appearing in the schedule twice. Does anyone know why that would happen? I've attached a pic of the scheme settings and of the schedule which clearly shows the unique ID of both objects appearing twice. Thanks in advance,

 

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Kanvi Homes is running AC24
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brakpanpolisie
Booster

I had a similar issue only with roofs over here : https://community.graphisoft.com/t5/Document-Visualize-forum/Excel-Import-Element-is-duplicated-in-S...

 

For interest sake what kind of wall is it? Composite, complex profile etc?

Andre Steynberg
Win 10 64-bit
AC25

It's a composite wall, but with only one building material in it.

Kanvi Homes is running AC24

Miha Nahtigal
Booster

Your schedule should be of "Elements" type, not of "Surfaces"

I created a new elements schedule and it appears to be working correctly now. That still doesn't explain why the same unique ID object appears twice in one schedule.

Kanvi Homes is running AC24

I guess because the Wall has two sides and both sides are considered as individual surfaces in the Surface Schedule.

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Kelly at Kanvi Homes
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Also, I made a copy of the AC file and now the original surface schedule does not have duplicate items in it. Seems to be a bug in the original AC file???

Kanvi Homes is running AC24

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