Why are components that are visible not stored when I create an issue?
In Tekla, it is currently not possible to automatically save visible components in an issue. You can either save the selected components or no components.
The best way to link components to an issue, is to first select the components that need to be visible before you create a new issue. Limit the number of selected elements to the elements that are affected by the problem. After zooming to the issue, only these elements will be visible
To visualize the surrounding elements, follow these steps:
- Zoom to the issue
- To show the surrounding elements, choose the Tekla command View > Work area > To selected parts in all/selected views
- Choose View > Redraw > Redraw all views
Warning of more than 10.000 components when creating an issue
Viewpoints with thousands of components can be slow to publish, download and to lookup in the model. We advise you to limit the number of linked components in a viewpoint. For this reason you can choose to link visible components and/or selected ...
Why are components not stored in a viewpoint?
In Tekla, components can be part of an assembly, to easily select them as a group. These assemblies do not have the same reference ID as the components they contain. If an assembly is selected as a whole and linked to an issue, the BCF Manager will ...
Warning of more than 25.000 components when zooming to the viewpoint of an issue
Some applications using BCF can create viewpoints with an extreme number of components. This can seriously effect the practical use of BCF and BIMcollab Cloud. For performance reasons we have added a warning when (too) many components are associated ...
Why are viewpoint components missing after an import?
When issues are imported, Solibri builds a new viewpoint internally. Any components referred to from the viewpoint which are not present in the currently loaded models will be discarded, and will not be visible in the viewpoint. This can be the case ...
Create fast, light-weight and effective viewpoints
By 'effective' viewpoints, we mean understandable for others as well as workable in the BIMcollab ecosystem and BCF-communication. Let’s start with effective BCF-communication and establish some basics. The most important information in a viewpoint ...