Using IFC 2x3 and Revit’s IFC Import, I’m trying to coerce some of my IfcBuildingElementProxys into a specific Revit sub-category.
Neither of the following seem to work
- Populating the ‘ObjectType’ of the IfcBuildingElementProxy with a custom value specified in the mapping file’s “Ifc Type” column
- Setting a IfcPropertySingleValue on the IfcBuildingElementProxy to a custom value then specifying that same value in square brackets in the mapping file’s “IFC Type”
I notice that in IFC 2x3 there is no “PredefinedType” attribute for IfcBuildingElementProxy to set to “USERDEFINED”
I see that the IfcBuildingElementProxyType has a PredefinedType and an ‘ElementType’. Is that worth trying? I’m not sure if I’m even close.
Has anyone here selectively coerced IfcBuildingElementProxys or IfcBuildingElementProxyTypes into Revit Categories? If so, what is the trick?