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  1. In order to see the entities accumulated on any path you should first transfer the created entities (which Adam mentioned above) out of the source object. The attached model shows one way of how you can achieve accumulated enities on any path. isThereInputBufferCapa.spfx
  2. If you want to experiment with different number of resources (or servers) you can create these objects automatically by using auto-create functionality. This will save your time and simplify your progress.
  3. You can use seperate servers (each has 1 capacity) each represents individual firms. Create entities (raw products) via a data table where you should also include one column (a node property from object reference property) to represent where the created entity will be processed (as its destination). Then at the output node of the source object set entity destination type property to specific. Then set node name to Table1.NodeInstanceProperty1. The entities will be routed appropriately.
  4. Check if you are selected by sequence option on all the nodes you included on the sequence table. I think on transfernode4 "by sequence" option is not selected.
  5. It seems defining a list state variable within a data table will work?
  6. Another way of creating entities the way you want without using data tables. Note: You can use any distribution instead of Uniform as well. Arrival_other way.spfx
  7. examining the simbit named Changing Queues When Server Fails will give you an idea on how to.
  8. Did you look around "start tasks" step in processes tab? You can use this in processes together with a user-defined "task sequence" element (definitions-->elements).
  9. you can define task sequences via simio's data tables. Then, if you feed data tables externally you do not need to enter them manually. I think there are one or more simbits related to task sequences via data tables.
  10. You can use task sequences. Set process type property of a server as "Task Sequence". While populating processing tasks property of a server object (when you click on the three dots, that are seen at the right hand of processing tasks property, a repeating property editor will pop-up) you should use the same sequence number for all tasks you considered. Under Resource Requirements section of Processing Tasks-repeating property editor you have to input your resources (nurse, PA, doctor etc.). Examining some simbits related to task sequences will help you.
  11. Hope it works!, it may not be exactly what you want, but it will give an idea of how to do it... do not hesitate for asking more. Renege Model.spfx
  12. You can use paths’ selection weighs property to set these kinds of proportions. İts default values will do for you. İf you Want to send 1/4 to counter 1 and the remaining to counter 2 you should set the weight of path to counter 1 to 1 and 3 to counter 2.
  13. gocken

    Entity arrival

    I attached a different solution to your problem to show how the same results can be gained via totally different approaches. 100 entities_different.spfx
  14. If they are not required the best way to avoid deadlock situations is to use two separate paths each for either direction.
  15. tyr other options from the dropdown list of "From" property of transfer step.
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