How to create Tittle with Connect
I have created a film how to create a title block with connect.
Now I want to know how to export or create list of the sheetfiles I have created with Connect.
Andy Parinussa said:Now I want to know
it's not clear what your question is about.
This is general Developers and Programming forum, so is it about programming?
Moreover, your post does not follow best practices, so it's not clear what product and version do you use and using what API/language you plant to use.
Andy Parinussa said:I have created a film how to create a title block with connect.
I have to say I understand nothing from the video you linked. Without sounds or subtitles (in English) it's not clear what is explained.
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Sorry Jan, Because I thought if a draftsman see this, he/she can understand what I mean with this, so he/she can use this as a tutorial, by clicking on his microstation/OpenBuildings menu.
My question is, how to create a drawing list, with the data that I have allready fill in the When open connect, yu can create projectnumber (projektnummer), description (omschrijving in dutch),Projectmanager(Projectleider). And data in Models
With explorer I don't see the data, that I had allready type in the sheetfile.
Andy Parinussa said:I thought if a draftsman see this, he/she can understand what I mean with this
that's probably very subjective. My experience is that how sheets are structured and how data are shared in workspace / workset is very different in every company. Many users even do not know about Workset custom properties and Text Fields that can be linked to different data sources, because they (often for historical reasons) use tags in sheets description / titleblocks.
Andy Parinussa said:My question is, how to create a drawing list, with the data that I have allready fill in the
You did not answer my former question: Whether you expect to implement own code or you question is about how to do it manually without programming.
When the first option is correct, you should move this post to MicroStation Programming forum and to define, what language you want to use. I guess it would be possible, even when I have not tried to access Workset custom properties e.g. from VBA.
When the latter option is correct, move your question to MicroStation forum. My assumption is that the reports is the way to go, but it can't be achieved fully, because workset custom properties are not supported (yet) in reports as far as I know.
To move existing discussion, use More > Move tool under your original post.
Andy Parinussa said:with the data that I have allready fill in the
Sorry, but the description is incomplete and confusing. I would prefer to describe it something like: