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Window Door Schedule

Noel Gardner
Booster

Element ID , plan view, elevation, width, height etc won't show up in my schedules

even though they are selected in scheme settings.

 

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Solution

Are your Windows classified as Windows?

Your Schedule Criteria says:

"Archicad Classification" is in branch of "Window"

which means that your Windows must be classified as Windows to appear on the Schedule.

WindowClassification.png

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Solution

Hi Laszlo. Yes that worked. I switched from V20 to V24 last year so

hadn't encountered this change before. My other job where it was working was an earlier V20 brought into V24. Thank you.

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ryejuan
Expert

check your scheme settings if you are choosing the correct element type.

In the end what is your Objective?
ArchiCAD 9 onwards

Also check if the have a category for properties.

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Here are two different projects showing schema settings and where one shows the elements and the other no ID views etc. Hope this may help

But are the widows categorized or just undefined? When mine are undefined they don't populate in the schedule

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Thanks for that but sorry I don't understand where to change categorised of undefined.

In the Project where the schedule does not list value, it is because it did not find any elements that satisfy the criteria. Are those Windows properly classified as Windows?

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Thanks Laszlo.  My windows are labelled W-01 onwards etc as per attached floor plan.

The ID's also show up on the elevations. I am able to produce Window schedules correctly on other drawings but not on this one. The doors are similarity labelled.

Solution

Are your Windows classified as Windows?

Your Schedule Criteria says:

"Archicad Classification" is in branch of "Window"

which means that your Windows must be classified as Windows to appear on the Schedule.

WindowClassification.png

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Get Archicad Tips at https://twitter.com/laszlonagy
AMD Ryzen 1700X CPU, 48 GB RAM, Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB, 500 GB NVMe SSD
2x28" (2560x1440), WIN10 PRO ENG, AC20-AC25
Loving Archicad since 1995

Solution

Hi Laszlo. Yes that worked. I switched from V20 to V24 last year so

hadn't encountered this change before. My other job where it was working was an earlier V20 brought into V24. Thank you.

My element types are identical to  the schedule that works correctly.

ryejuan
Expert

in my opinion simplest way of setting up the window schedule

ryejuan_0-1641983619672.png

 

In the end what is your Objective?
ArchiCAD 9 onwards

My objective is to create a wall and door schedule that I can see the I.D views of the windows or doors quantity, head heights etc

i haven't tried merging the wall and door & window in one scheme though. but if you are referring to something like this?

ryejuan_0-1642040321736.png

 

In the end what is your Objective?
ArchiCAD 9 onwards

They are not in one scheme. The tow schedules are just placed on one sheet a they both fit.  I still can't work out what is wrong but.

Yes that is it. Image is what I normally achieve.

Noel Gardner
Booster

I think image didn't attach before. This is my normal window scheme.

My settings look the same to the one that won't show elevations ID etc like this.

ryejuan
Expert

i'm a bit lost now from your 1st post leading up to your recent post. 😅

i saw in your screenshots you manage to get the scheme working...

not that clear what we are trying to resolve. 🤔

In the end what is your Objective?
ArchiCAD 9 onwards

That schedule I shared was from another drawing. What I am trying to achieve is for the blank looking scheme to look like the image I just shared,

This is what my window schedule looks like on the drawing plans I am wanting help with. This is a different drawing to the correct window schedule on another drawing . As you can see the views the ID the height will not show up.I have no idea why . Both drawings look like they have the same settings.

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