I know I know, there are problems with using this to populate a BOM with material. But in my case, I am only using it as a temoporary error check, so I know all of the components have materials assigned so I can trust my mass calculation. When I finally release the drawing, I will hide that column in the BOM.
I know if I enter it as an equation, $PRP:"Material" it will return the value for the custom material property. But that is not what I want. I want to know what material was selected in the feature tree material library, for each part.
Anybody know a way to achieve this, even if they think it is a bad idea?