Hi, I'm trying to develop a GDL object to help us with our residential masterplanning projects.
I need for the object's 'number of storeys' value to affect a number of things:
The object's 2D and 3D appearance
Accessible by schedules
Accessible by Graphic Overrides.
If I store it as a custom Classification Property, I don't think the GDL script can access it to generate the model. If I store it as a GDL parameter then it can't be seen by Graphic Overrides. Schedules can see both.
So; I don't want to have it stored in both locations as that gives a risk that the user will enter different values for each. Is there a way to get one to see the other? Can GDL access its own properties? Or can I somehow get a Graphic Override to recognise GDL parameters? Any advice welcome!
Thanks, that's useful - planning on getting my head around Python some point soon anyway. Please could you explain your first sentence a bit more? So if I put the data in the ID, what do you mean by 'modify the object'?