Last modified: January 28, 2021

Whitelist

Generally

A whitelist may be used for two purposes. A whitelist may be attached to more models. This entails that content only needs maintenance at one place instead of in each model that contains the same content

A whitelist may also be used as a filter in which different types of content are categorized such as e.g. ordinary and hospital inventory with different properties in relation to dimensions

Interface whitelist

Navigate to whitelist under administration. From here you edit, create and delete whitelists

To attach a whitelist see the section ”project

  1. Create
  2. Delete marked whitelists
  3. Press existing whitelist to edit

Create

  1. Name: Here you indicate the name of the whitelist. By editing a whitelist you may edit the name here
  2. Check the types that you want for the whitelist
  3. Create
  4. Version: Here you see which version the Revit type is. Here you must pay attention to the fact that Revit is not rearward convertible, therefore the types must be the same version or older than the version to which the whitelist is used.

Whitelist in Revit

Project types

To import types from a whitelist press ”Project types”

”Yes” Fetches new ones, i.e. types missing in relation to the content of the whitelist

”No”

 ”Yes”: overwrites all types from whitelists that are part of the model

”No”: a step through each one in relation to whether types are to be overwritten

After import the user will get a receipt of import

Whitelist search dialogue in AjourObjects

Open the search function that searches for categories in the AjourObject ribbon

Here you choose between the whitelists that are already in AjourObjects/AjourCollab

Types, which are part of the chosen whitelist, are white, types, that are not part, are orange. See picture

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