Use identifiers in the SPCRetrieveMapping.xlsm workbook - Intergraph Smart Construction - 2018 (6.0) - Customization - Hexagon PPM

Intergraph Smart Construction Customization (2018)

PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart Construction
PPMCategory_custom
Customization & Programming
SPCVersion_custom
2018 (6.0)

If multiple values are available for a property of a published object, you can specify an identifier like MAX, MIN, or AVG to get the maximum, minimum, or average value for the mapped property. For example, the bore size of the openings of a gate valve might have two different sizes; you can specify that the minimum, maximum, or average value be used to configure the valve properties.

To specify that the minimum, maximum, or average value be used, use the following identifiers for values in the EFProperty column:

Identifier

Explanation

MIN([Property Name])

Configure the minimum value.

MAX([Property Name])

Configure the maximum value.

AVG([Property Name])

Configure an average value.

The [Property Name] value is the tool property to be mapped with the Smart Construction property.

If a property has multiple enumerated values available, you can specify which value is to be configured - a minimum or maximum value. The identifier, when used with a table name, finds multiple enumerated values and compares those multiple enumerated values with the Value column in the OrderedValues tab to return either a maximum or minimum value.

To specify the minimum or maximum enumerated value for a view definition, use the following identifiers for values in the EFProperty column:

Identifier

Explanation

MIN([Property Name],[Table Name])

Configure the minimum enumerated value.

MAX([Property Name],[Table Name])

Configure the maximum enumerated value.

The [Property Name] value is the tool property to be mapped with the Smart Construction property. The [Table Name] value is a table name from the OrderedValues tab.