ID module in object

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This topic contains 3 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Antoine Jullien 4 years ago.

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  • #2467

    Antoine Jullien

    Hi, in my object i want to write the ID object + the ID module,
    with glob_id i find the id object but never id module+ id object

    have you an idea ?

    id_string = “-”
    id_string2 = “-”
    id_string3 = “-”
    id_string4 = “-”
    id_string5 = “-”
    id_string6 = “-”

    l = REQUEST (“ID_of_main”, “”, id_string)
    m = REQUEST (“Zone_relations”, “”, id_string2)
    n = REQUEST (“Custom_auto_label”, “”, id_string3)
    o = REQUEST (“Internal_ID”, “”, id_string4)
    p = REQUEST (“Name_of_plan”, “”, id_string5)
    q = REQUEST (“Name_of_macro”, “”, id_string6)

    TEXT2 A/2, B/2+1.5, glob_id
    TEXT2 A/2, B/2+1, id_string
    TEXT2 A/2, B/2+.5, id_string2
    TEXT2 A/2, B/2, id_string3
    TEXT2 A/2, B/2-.5, id_string4
    TEXT2 A/2, B/2-1, id_string5
    TEXT2 A/2, B/2-1.5, id_string6

  • #2469

    Gergely Fehér


    REQUEST ("Full_ID_of_parent", "", id_string)

    For annotation elements linked or hotlinked on the floor plan, returns all identifiers (Master ID) of the linked modules and the parent library parts’ identifier set in the tool’s settings dialog box in the id_string variable (otherwise empty string). Causes warning if used in parameter script.

    Is this what you’re looking for?

    Gergely Fehér
    Team Leader, Library Team

  • #2470

    Antoine Jullien

    Yes, but when i use Full_ID_of_parent, i have only the ID object not the ID module.
    in link file my object
    thank’s for your answer

  • #2473

    Antoine Jullien

    Do you know why ?

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