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How to sort BOM or parts list by part number in Inventor? (iLogic)

A - answer You can change sort order of your parts list in an Inventor drawing using the following simple iLogic rule - it re-sorts the partlist so that its individual items (rows) are listed in ascending order their part number.

The re-sorted parts list can be then renumbered starting by 1.

On Error Resume Next
Dim oDwgDoc As DrawingDocument
oDwgDoc = ThisApplication.ActiveDocument

Dim oPartsList1 As PartsList
oPartsList1 = oDwgDoc.ActiveSheet.PartsLists.Item(1)
If oPartsList1 Is Nothing Then
	MsgBox ("No parts list!")
Else
	oPartsList1.Sort("PART NUMBER") ' Needs to be localized: e.g. BAUTEILNUMMER (de), ČÍSLO SOUČÁSTI (cz)
	oPartsList1.Renumber
End If 


If you need to change sort order of your assembly BOM in a similar way, use the following iLogic rule:

'Get active assembly
Dim activeAssembly As AssemblyDocument = ThisApplication.ActiveDocument
'Get structured bom view
Dim bomView As BOMView = activeAssembly.ComponentDefinition.BOM.BOMViews(2)
'Sort by Part Number
Call bomView.Sort("Part Number", True)
'Renumber rows
Call bomView.Renumber(1, 1)
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applies to: Inventor ·

See also:
Tip 11886:STEP file from ProE is loaded into Inventor with part numbers, not names.
Tip 11883:How to quickly locate (and run) a specific command in Revit?
Tip 11868:Open just a part of a DWG drawing - layers, views.
Tip 11614:How to reorder custom properties in a dynamic block?
Tip 11581:How to compare changes between two versions of a Revit BIM project?


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