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  Wednesday July 3 2019
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Hello everybody

We are using the 2019 version of Revit.
By default, the text file of the Uniformat 2010 classification is loaded into the software and linked to the "assembly code" parameter.
Do you think that it is possible to modify the text file and load the one relating to the Uniformat 2015 classification?

Thank you very much.
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Hello,
Yes, it is perfectly possible to use Uniformat 2015 (or even any other personal classification). Just that people who have not configured the same classification will not be able to decipher it (they may only see the code and not its wording).
Concretely how to do?
  • The list linked to the assembly code is stored in C: \ ProgramData \ Autodesk \ RVT 2019 \ Libraries \ France \ UniformatClassifications.txt. Obviously the access path has to be adapted according to the context (in particular RVT 2019 according to the versions).
  • It is possible to modify the file that Revit will look for from Revit in Manage> Parameters> Additional parameters> Assembly code
    Thus we can keep the Uniformat 2010 file and fetch the values ​​in a second file for Uniformat 2015, or any other classification.
  • The list is a .txt text file, editable from any text editor. If you have the classification, you just have to format it as follows:
  • - the code (for example A1010)
    - the wording (for example Standard foundations)
    - the level in the list (for example A = 1, A10 = 2, A1010 = 3 ...) which allows Revit to create the hierarchy.
    Each column is separated by a tab.
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There is a very good source of XML classifications for Archicad here:
Archicad classifications

In the context of the development of JustBIM, we developed a small script that converts these Archicad classifications to Revit format.

If I take the ASTM Uniformat II file ( Uniformat II ), this gives the following file, loadable in Revit by the method described by Sylvain:

Uniformat II for Revit
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Hello everybody

Fabrice your link to Uniformat II for Revit is dead, can you reupload it?
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Hello, does anyone have this txt file in French? Thank you :)
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