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Thread: Session 11: Revit Collaboration & a "One Model" Case Study

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    Default Session 11: Revit Collaboration & a "One Model" Case Study

    Instructor: Chris Price

    Class Description: Revit multi-discipline and interoffice collaboration is becoming more and more common in the industry. So what are the tricks to getting it all to work seamlessly? I will be addressing the various issues you will face, best practices as well as the different ways to achieve a successful outcome.

    • Revit Server
    • Copy/Monitor
    • Coordination Review
    • Linking / Coordinates
    • File Exchange
    • Communication Methods

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    Default Re: Session 11: Revit Collaboration & a "One Model" Case Study

    Hi Chris, per your case study above, have you guys, or do you know of anyone that has developed a Revit Plugin that...
    • Track unauthorised changes to the model,
    • Give permissions to particular users on what parts of the model they can edit,
    • Log and prompt for comments when a user edits something outside of their scope

    Thanks Much, Ryan
    Last edited by theoryshaw; 2014-07-09 at 05:30 PM.

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