I have created a custom set Part & Family's and also a DGNLIB with all the matching levels required for each family part.
But when I open the "Family/Part Editor" all the family part have "(Non Existent Level)" behand them but the levels are present in the file from the DGNLIB
Using OpenBuildings Designer Update 8
I have tried the similar steps that you have suggested.1.Created a custom level dgnlib, in the dgnlib there i have created a custom level. 2.Opened OBD and created a custom Part & family and then have assigned the custom level to the same. Till now no Non Existent Level behind the level. Tried reopening the file, still the same. Please have a look at the attached image.
What is your DGNLIB called?
The default values for variable MS_DGNLIBLIST_LEVELS are set to Levels*.dgnlib, any DGENLIB in these locations whose filename follows that pattern will be included. Other filenames will not.
The design intention is that DGNLIBS can be used for their intended purpose via their name without configuration changes.
The issues is not the DGNLIB, but the DGNLIB files name is "Levels_ONYX.dgnlib"
I can see in the level library in the Level Manager, but the levels are always (Non Existent Level).
The only time the level is correct in the list is if it has been an active level.
As you have raised this issue in this SR 7001239798 and it resulted in Defect Report 1129858.
Once this issue gets resolved you will be notified. The status of the SR will be Open-Defect filed
Answer Verified By: Marc Thomas
Has this issue been resolved. For what it's worth, this only occurs when the dataset is placed on the network. When working from default install location, this does not occur.