Manual Checking Rule allows you to create issues for those components that you specify by defining their properties. You specify the Category Name, Issue Name, Issue Description and define the components by specifying their properties in the ‘Components Attached to the Issue’ dialog. Issues are generated for those components that match the properties defined by you, when the rule is checked in the Checking view.
The rule parameters are:
Issues to Be Created:
This table has four columns that let you specify the Category name, Issue Name, Issue Description and Components.
Category Name: Here you can write the text that should appear as Category Name. For example, it can be 'No Components' or 'Components that exist on the same floor'.
Issue Name: Here you can specify the text that should appear as Issue Name. For example, it can be 'No Beam components in the model' or 'Columns and slabs exist on the same floors', etc.
Issue Description: Here you can specify the text that should appear as Issue Description in the 'Info View'. For example, it can be 'No Beam components are found in the SMC Building', 'Columns and slabs exist on the same floors'.
Components: Here you can specify the components for which you want to create issues and that are involved in the issue generation. Double clicking the Components column opens a new dialog which has the same parameter exactly as the one in Filtering view.
Analysing the results:
For this rule, issues are generated based on the selected components and their user-defined properties.
The rule does not have a report.
The rule does not have any tools.