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    Hello, I have attached a model to demonstrate my approach to this problem. I utilized states and add-on processes to manage the ride capacity of the Vehicle, and a table reference to define the ride capacity required for each entity type. Thanks, Ryan Varying Entity Ride Capacity.spfx
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    Please find the solution. CreateEntities.spfx
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    since exclusion property checks the expression at the start of the simulation run to determine if this step should be excluded from the run my suggestion does not work. simply omit this suggestion:( and thus decide step before the tally step best suits your purpose.
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    I think setting the exclusion expression property of the tally1 step as TallyStatistic1.Lastrecordedvalue == 0 will work for u?.
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    Heidy, maybe you can do it using 2 timers. The first one for the starting time and the second one for the 3 hrs period. You can also use the first timer and a Delay step of 3hrs, then a Fire step. Rds
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    To the best of my knowlegde every process can be enable or disable by using ProcessName.Enabled. You can assign this state variable true at the beginning of the three hour period (not a must but probabily using a timer element) and false at the and of the three hour period. I hope it works?
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    Hi M_A, I suggest checking out the SimBits called Dashboard Report Tallies, Dashboard Report Interactive Logs, and Dashboards Within Experiments. Thanks, Ryan
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    Sorry Cam.Laboy, I missed this part of your message. Of course you had better to define servers instead of sinks. This time you should use Input@Server instead of Input@Sink in the sequences table. By this way, you can collect some other useful statistics, i.e., payment time, payment queue length etc., as well.
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    Hi Cam.laboy, I mean you have to define new customer types and include sink objects into their sequences. I attach a picture of how to revise probabilities of these new customers. Hope it helps.
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    yes, it works if the sink objects are in the course of these customer entities.
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    simply increase your customer types as credit card and cash payers. For example, expand your table by includeing customer1creditcard and customer1cash, customer2creditcard and customer2cash, customer3creditcard and customer3cash? Also, rearrange their probabilities, sequences, etc. as well. Is it ok?
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    Note that the logic included in the attached model works if the entities are sourced by seperate source objects. Changing Ride Capacity of a Vehicle.spfx
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    To answer your question specifically with regards to the MultiEchelonSupplyChain example, the OnReplenishOrder process that you see in the process logic of the data table driven example is automatically executed by the Inventory elements when the inventory detects the need to replenish. Go to Definitions -> Elements and click on the Inventory elements and you will see where that process is being referenced. The ShippingReceivingLogic process is being executed when an entity enters any of the BasicNodes placed in the Facility View. For example, click on the DistributionCenter node and in the Add-On Processes -> Entered property you will see the name of that process befiling referenced. The TryFulfillOrder process is executed by the OnCustomerOrder process using an Execute step, which is in term triggered by a customer order arrival. Note that If you are trying to figure out where the name of a process is being referenced, you might go to Project Home in the ribbon UI and go to the Search window. And then search for the name of the process in the model, and it will show you the locations where it is being referenced.
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    I have attached a simple example of one approach. 1) I edited the ModelEntity object and added a state array of type MatrixFromTable. This type of array is automatically initialized from a table. Ideally I might have also added a table to the entity, but Simio doesn't work that way. Instead, I added a RepeatGroup named InitializationValues consisting of a Real property. I used this repeat group as a way to essentially add a "table" into the object, since internal to Simio there is almost no difference between a table and a repeat group. 2) Back in the model I added a table and then imported data into that table from Excel. I used 10 rows, but I could have imported 350 rows with no change to anything else. 3) Now when you place the ModelEntity object into a model, you can pass a table into the InitializationValues repeat group. Again, intead of just typing a bunch of values into the repeat group, I just say go get the whole repeat group from a specified table. This has the result of sizing that state array inside the model entity to match the current size of the table, and then initializing the state values to whatever is in the table. 4) If you run the model, you can open the Watch window on any entity and view the values of its states. I expect this won't solve all your problems, but maybe it will give you a fresh approach to consider. ImportStateValues.spfx ImportStateValues.xlsx
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    Hi J, The following two function might help: StandardWeek.TimeUntilNextValue(TimeNow) - the amount of time before a change in Schedule StandardWeek.TimeOfNextValue(TimeNow) - the duration of the next value in schedule StandardWeek.NextValue(TimeNow) - the next value in the schedule So create a schedule and reference the schedule in your expression builder. Regards, Willem
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    As an FYI, I used this technique to also solve (one of) my warm-up related problems. I created an additional list state value called "warming up" and set the list state variable to that on resource initialization and only assigned a new value when my warmup period was over. Then, in my pie chart I used a repeating group (instead of the list state) and added all list states except "warming up" to capture % time a resource was at each utilization level. Awesome!
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