Queries the status of hole traces and displays hole trace attributes and relationships. All attributes and relationships are read-only. Select hole traces to highlight them in a graphic view and the Workspace Explorer.
You can sort the hole trace list by clicking a column heading, similar to sorting files in the detailed view of Windows Explorer. By filtering the column data, similar to filtering in Excel, you can limit the number of hole traces that appear on the dialog box. If needed, the dialog box size can be adjusted by dragging an edge of the dialog box.
Select the button on a column to filter the hole traces based on data in that column. For example, you can filter the hole traces to display by Hole Status.
Filter (All) - Turns off any custom filtering that you have defined for the column and displays all occurrences.
Filter (Custom) - Defines custom filtering criteria that you can apply to the column data. Only hole traces that meet the specified filtering criteria appear. You can use the asterisk [*] wildcard to match multiple characters.
Filter (Top 10) - Displays ten hole traces in the list.
Filter (Column Listing) - Displays all the values in this column. Select one of the column values to filter the results by that value.
Displays the name of the hole trace. The name is specified on Hole tab of the Hole Trace Properties dialog box.
Specifies the discipline associated with the hole trace. For example, if the hole trace is the result of a pipe penetrating a structure, then Piping appears. Similarly, if the hole trace is the result of a HVAC duct, then HVAC appears.
Hole Fitting Type
Displays the type of hole fitting associated with the hole trace. Displays No Fitting if no hole fitting has been placed. The fitting type is specified on the Hole Fitting Ribbon.
Displays the name of the permission group to which the hole trace belongs. The permission group is specified on Configuration tab of the Hole Trace Properties dialog box.
Displays the user name that created the hole trace.
Specifies TRUE if a hole cut has been placed. Specifies FALSE if a hole cut has not been placed.
Displays TRUE if a hole fitting has been placed. Displays FALSE if a hole fitting has not been placed.
Displays the date the hole trace was last modified.
Structure Part Name
Displays the name of the structural system on which the hole trace is placed. Structure name is also specified as the System name on the Structure tab of the Hole Trace Properties dialog box. If the hole trace is associated with multiple structures, all of those structure names display with a ; between the names.
Number of holes
Displays the number of hole traces based on different criteria.
Total - The total number of hole traces in the current workspace of the model.
Approved - The total number of hole traces with Approved status and visible with the current Column Filter.
Reviewed - The total number of hole traces with Reviewed status and visible with the current Column Filter.
Working - The total number of hole traces with Working status and visible with the current Column Filter.
Selects all hole traces listed in the dialog box. Selected hole traces highlight in a graphic view, the Workspace Explorer, and the dialog box list. You can also select individual hole traces by selecting the row in the list.
Closes the dialog box.