Please bear with me if I am missing a simple step, but whenever I send “everything” to a stream from Revit, I cannot access any of the element id’s in PowerBI, which in my opinion, these ids are the most important keys for data. Every Revit element has a set of id’s such as an element Id and unique Id. The unique id is the most stable representation and is about a 40 character guid. WIth that said, it looks like the unique id is passed as the “applicationId” when seen in the web viewer, however, I do not see where I can access this value when extracting the data in PowerBI looking through the records. Can someone advise? Thank you.
All revit parameters are stored under “parameters” record in Power BI. I’d recommend watching the following video to understand the structure of Revit data in Power BI better:
ok thanks. So more specifically, [data][applicationId]. Thanks. The misunderstanding was assuming everything is under parameters which an ID value usually is but in this case Speckle puts ids outside of parameters.
Structure of the data may vary based on the source application. However, we always do our best to include as many parameters from Revit as possible. If you notice that we missed something, please don’t hesitate to let us know.