View models on hubs (BIM 360 or Fusion Team)
This sample shows a basic tree view with Hubs, Projects, Folders, and Items. It does not use the ASP.NET native TreeView due to its limitations, but the jsTree library, that has support for menus, reload, among other features. This sample is based on the Learn Forge tutorial.
The tree view will display personal enterprise (shared) hubs, with respective projects. For Civil 3D drawings with Alignments, the Alignment Design Check toolbar icon list alignments and compare its curves with a minimum radius value. The following image demonstrates a typical tree view:
Live reference version
BIM 360 Account: (optional) must be Account Admin to add the app integration. Learn about provisioning.
Forge Account: Learn how to create a Forge Account, activate subscription and create an app at this tutorial.
Alliance ID Account: Active AID account with billing enabled.
Connecting to the Alliance Business Suite
To access your BIM 360 Docs files through the Alliance Business Suite, you need to connect your BIM 360 account with the ABP.
- Log in to BIM 360 Account Administration . Note that you need account administrator permissions.
- If you have more than one account, select the account you want to integrate with the app.
From the toolbar, select SETTINGS > Apps & Integrations.
Click the Add Integration button.
- Select BIM 360 Account Administration and BIM 360 Docs, and click Next.
- Select I’m the developer and click Next.
- In the Forge Client ID and App Name fields, enter the Forge client ID and app name provided by the app retailer.
- Select the I have saved the Account ID information securely checkbox.
Congratulations! You can now access your BIM 360 Docs files through the ABS.
Can't see my BIM 360 projects: Make sure to provision the Forge App Client ID within the BIM 360 Account, learn more here. This requires the Account Admin permission.
error setting certificate verify locations error: may happen on Windows, use the following:
git config --global http.sslverify "false"