Assembly: RevitAPI (in RevitAPI.dll) Version: 184.108.40.206 (220.127.116.11)
Since: 2016 Subscription Update
Field ValueTrue if the parameter is reporting, False otherwise.
When a global parameter is declared as reporting, it takes its value from the one driving dimension it is set to label. To be declared as reporting, a parameter must be labeling no more than one single-segment dimension. If a global parameter is not labeling any dimensions at the time it is declared as reporting, its value stays unchanged until a driving dimension is labeled with it.
Reporting parameters can be (currently) only of type Length or Angle , but programmers can always call the HasValidTypeForReporting first when in doubt about whether a global parameter has a data type eligible for reporting.
|Autodesk.Revit.Exceptions ArgumentException||When setting this property: This is a formula-driven parameter. As such it does not allow the current operation. -or- When setting this property: This non-reporting global parameter has already labeled other dimensions (more then 1). It cannot, therefore, be made reporting and dimension-driven before un-labeling all the dependent dimensions first. -or- When setting this property: The global parameter is not of a type that may be used with reporting. Generally, a reporting parameter must be either of type Length or Angle. -or- When setting this property: Currently reporting parameters may not be changed if they are driven by a dimension that cannot have its value set by a global parameter, such as an arc-length, locked, or multi-segment dimension.|