This rule checks only components that pass the filters in the "Components to Check" table. The "Requirements" table lists the requirements for the components. Both tables can contain at least one filter. With this rule, you can create quite complicated “if – then” rules. For example, you can create a rule that requires that all walls, whose construction type matches EW*, and whose height is over 3 m, must have a thickness over 20 mm and length over 1 m.
The rule parameters are:
Components to Check:
This is a list of filters that define the set of components to be checked. The filters work in the same way as in the Filtering view. The filters that have the same component have a logical and between them. That is, each condition must be passed for the component to pass and to be among the components to check. You can add and remove new filters to the table from the buttons above the table.
This is a list of filters that define the requirements for the components to be checked. In this table a component must pass each of the filters. You can control the filters in the same way as in the Components to Check table.
Categorisation of Results:
In this table you control what information of the components is used in categorization of the results. Typically, you have here things like Discipline, Type, Floor, etc.
Analysing the results:
The rule creates issues based on the Requirements filters. The categorization is also parameterized, so results will depend very much on how the rule is parameterized.
The rule does not have a report.
The rule does not have any tools.