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Tracking Down missing building materials

scottybaustralia1990
Contributor

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Is there a quick and efficient way to find which beam/object has the missing material rather than trolling through 100's of my objects?

 

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AllanP
Advocate

The bit of the code "SS-116" is the Element ID of the placed object.

use find and select,

Element ID

copy the id name out of the error

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that will give you the placed object, and the object type

I am up to page 4,152 of Archicad 27 Reference Guide, (Bluebeam Connection), but i got to read it all 😞
don't tell 'em i cheated by reading the last page first to see how it ends 🙂
Lingwisyer
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JeffH
Enthusiast

What I do is select everything Right of the " | " and left of the " ) "...In your case 276A..............194 , copy this entire string of unique ID

Then under the find & select palette click the drop down arrow next to add & Select "IFC Properties", in the new flyout select the TAG option under Attributes.

 

Paste your copied ID in there and it should find the desired item to correct the issue(s).

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Win10
David Maudlin
Virtuoso

scottybaustralia1990:

 

I have seen this error message with Stairs, the "SS" is the default ID for Stair Stringers. Check the Building Materials under Stringer Component Settings (it is possible that the macro "beamProfile_m.gsm" is used for other parts). Sometimes it appears when an unused parameter, like "End Plates", has a "Missing" Building Material.

 

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