There is a setting that controls whether when Sketching you are editing a single Occupancy or all Occupancies.
(Note this is only available if your server instance has been upgraded to allow editing sketching of multiple occupancies.)
The Area attributes allows the user to associate the Area to a single or multiple SubObjects.
Tapping on the edit button will allow you to add or remove an association between the area andSubObjects.
If there are already has associations then a list of the current associations will be displayed. You may then add more SubObjects or remove existing SubObjects.
Pressing the Done button will remove the area attributes screen from the display.
If no SubObjects have been allocated then the Room section will appear empty.
If the Area has no current associations then tapping the Edit button will allow the creation of new associations. The screen displayed first allows selection of the occupancy that the area should be associated with.
Tapping on the Occupancy will show all SubObjects for that occupancy.
Once an Occupancy is selected, the screen to allow Associating & De-Associating SubObjects with an area is displayed.
These SubObjects may be selected and deselected by tapping on the text.
Tapping on the Clear button will remove all associations for the area being edited.
Below is an example of an area associated with multiple SubObjects.
Once SubObjects have been allocated to a room they will appear as shown.
Pressing the Add button will allow creation of new SubObjects.
When tapping on the Add button, a screen is displayed that shows you all possible parents for the new subObject to be created. Tapping on the plus Icon will display a screen showing all SubObjects that can be created for the parent selected.
When tapping on a SubObject name, a new SubObject of that type will be created the screen will be exited and the new SubObject allocated to the room.
You may edit SubObjects from within the Area allocation screen.
Here the area is associated with multiple SubObjects
Tapping on an individual SubObject will allow editing of the SubObjects.
Below is an example of editing SubObjects from within the Area Attributes screen
Pressing the clone button will clone the current SubObject and allocate the newly created SubObject to the room.
When a sketch is saved the program will update the Valuation table and Occupancy table as follows.
Sketching “All Occupancies” = ON
The program totals all “Living Areas”, “Garage Areas”, “Outdoor Areas” and “Ancillary Areas” for the main Occupancy and updates the associated fields on the Valuation Table.
For all other Occupancies, the program totals all “Living Areas”, “Garage Areas”, “Outdoor Areas” and "Ancillary Areas” for the each Occupancy and updates the associated fields on the Occupancy Table record.
Sketching “All Occupancies” = OFF
If editing the Main Occupancy, the program totals all “Living Areas”, “Garage Areas”, “Outdoor Areas" and “Ancillary Areas” and updates the associated fields on the Valuation Table.
If editing anything other than the Main Occupancy, the program totals all “Living Areas”, “Garage Areas", "Outdoor Areas” and “Ancillary Areas” and updates the associated fields on the Occupancy Table record.