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Tue, Sep 16, 2003 at 6:40:54 PM | Does revit can export data via ODBC to Microsoft Project.?

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Does revit can export data via ODBC to Microsoft Project.? if so,I thought it's would benefit to construction management.

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Fri, Sep 26, 2003 at 5:29:56 AM | RE: Does revit can export data via ODBC to Microsoft Project.?

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Revit can export an ODBC database to any ODBC source, including, theoretically, Project. I have not tried this, however.

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Thu, Oct 28, 2004 at 1:28:46 AM | RE: Does revit can export data via ODBC to Microsoft Project.?

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I always want to try out this and finally I did. My conclusion. Yes. Revit can export data to Project but not directly. From my 3 tests, 1. Export direct to Microsoft Project don't work, 2. Export ODBC thru MS Excel don't work 3. Export thru Access can be done. Once you export your Revit Project into Access Database, Open up your Microsoft Project>File> Open> Click on the small button for ODBC> Browse to your Previous save Access File & Microsoft Project will run thru the export wizard. My try out eventually stop here because I hit with a roadblocker. Error Messages appear after I was trying to mask some of the category.... More try out after this are required as in Access Database, it split up all the revit family/ objects into individual ID. I doubted in MS Project required all of those to be presented but I believe cost & assignee can be proved very useful in MS Project if those items can be grouped. How to mask all the revit family/ type/ element into task also are foreseen will be a very complicated task. Though I am yet to try out those. Hope to see more experience sharing from this particular area..prehaps from those who are well verse with database

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