So to begin to understand Model Checks, it is best to have a look at some checks that have already been created.
Open the Model Check Setup
Click on Open
Chose one of the Public Library checks. A good one is the Revit 2023 Best Practices.
This is the Check that will be run if you choose to.
To see what is contained in the Check, Launch the Configurator.
In the General Settings tab, open the relevant Check Set file and click OK
If you now click on one of the checks in the check set, you will see the definition. The name of the check, the description, whether it runs by default, the result, and the preview of the XML script that runs the check are shown. You can also click on the Edit icon to open the check.
Now you would be able to edit this check. Basically, you are using a filter data grid to generate the required XML script to leverage against the Revit model/database. You will notice that the built-in categories of Revit are used.
Thankfully, you just need to select them from the list.
Alternatively, you can duplicate the check to create an additional check that is modified to perform some other action, or completely delete the check, in which case it will reside in the unused check area.
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