For any element, the Raw Data is that property that can not be added through the scheduling tool. But for the project purpose, those data need to be exported to an Excel sheet or sometimes need to be placed as the table in a DGN file. This particular data is only visible through MS Properties, Here we have shown the workflow of how this can be done for ‘Range High’ and Range Low’ as an example,
For this particular case, we have used ‘Range High’ and ‘Range Low’ values as an example, 1. Need to go to the ‘Report Tool’ and create ‘Report Definition’ 2. Then Properts will arrive in the window. From there under the ‘Objects’ tab click the browse button. Then tick on the ‘Elements’ from the list and click on ‘OK’. 3. After that right-click on ‘Column’ and select ‘Add Column’ from the dropdown menu. 4. Then the ‘Select a Column to Add’ dialog box will pop up. There the ‘Element’ option needs to expand to see all the available categories. 5. And the very bottom ‘Raw Data’ can be found and from there select ‘Range High’ and ‘Low’. 6. Then On the top ribbon of the Report dialog box click on ‘Export Results’. Thereafter giving it a name the Excel file will be created in the desired location. 7. Then Close the ‘Report’ dialog box. And now go to the ‘Place Table’ tool. 8. In the Place Tabel dialog box select the ‘Report’ icon. 9. Then from the ‘Report’ dropdown select the newly created report definition. And then you can easily place it as a Table in the DGN.