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Aviva Galaski

Locate Door Schedule Parameter?

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Hi!

My current door schedule has a column called Glaz. Style. In the Database Headers it is call out as =('Door'.'Glazing') but it's currently reporting #NAME? for all rows. I cannot figure out where in the door settings this piece of data is located. Is there any quick way to find out where a specific item on a report queries? (And vice-versa, is there a quick way to know what the equation for a specific setting item is?)

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Place a door object in a drawing (not a door in wall), select it and run the script from this thread:

https://techboard.vectorworks.net/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=108487#Post115054

You will get a worksheet showing the exact Record and Field Names that you need to use as the formulas in your door schedule.

It looks like you might want to use 'Door'.'GlazingClass', but I am not sure if that is what you are looking for or not.

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Hi Pat,

Thanks! I wish there were an easier way to work between the record and the object info palette, but this will let me find the information, at least.

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For the breakdown click on your door or window and open settings and click on data it will give you the list and what they are called. This should be what you can call up in your schedule.

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On 4/16/2015 at 10:49 PM, Pat Stanford said:

Place a door object in a drawing (not a door in wall), select it and run the script from this thread:

https://techboard.vectorworks.net/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=108487#Post115054

You will get a worksheet showing the exact Record and Field Names that you need to use as the formulas in your door schedule.

It looks like you might want to use 'Door'.'GlazingClass', but I am not sure if that is what you are looking for or not.

 

Hi Pat, where can I found this thread? seems like it have been relocated. Thanks!

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If you use the Create Report command in a worksheet you can see almost all of the parameters you are usually interested in, so the script is less useful that when it was originally written. Last updates for VW2017, but I still use it occasionally.

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