Hello, I assume the Executive briefing center sample file is working on import? If so and the file you loaded is not then it mostly has to do with how the COBie file was generated or the setting for import. When you performed the COBie export from Revit what unique identifier was used? What is the value in the ExtIdentifier field of your COBie spreadsheet and what are the import settings used during the import session?
The Executive briefing center sample file is working on import.
We received the COBie file from our customer, I don't know what settings are used to generate the file.
The GUID is used as the unique identifier.
An example line from the COBie file:
The extidentifier field contains the guid from Revit.
Settings used for import:
I also send the working sample COBie and .rvt files to the customer so they can compare the settings.
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I'm indeed working on a test environment.
I have multiple COBie files and tried this with one of the files.
I used a different prefix for the asset so I can recognize them in Maximo.
However, the result is the same.
Are those screens from MAS?
Because they seem to have more options, or at least a different layout from Maximo V18.104.22.168
These are screens from Maximo 22.214.171.124 with the lates version of Forge Viewer installed.
How do I check this please?You seem to have more options listed here than I do, or at least they're grouped together differently.
Under Assets > Manage BIM Viewer > 3D View > Forge Viewer Settings gear cog icon I see View V6.6.4 bottom right hand corner.
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