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    Crane Library - Bridge and Underhung bridge cranes

    Hi Glen, We have been using the Crane Library of early 2013 in our model and it worked fine until all of a sudden we received this message: Requesting seize of resource(s) in behalf of owner 'Crane7[1]'. Object 'Crane7[1]' seized '1' capacity unit(s) of resource 'Crane6[1]'. Issue 1: Crane 6 then also stalled and did not transport any entities for the remainder of the simulation. We tried the Cranes V5 library and now we get the following issues too: Issue 2: Home node property was not specified. This seems to be an issue before run time. All the Cranes' home nodes are specified in the model. See screenshot. Issue 3: Inside the Crane process "MoveCraneToNode", the "OwnsCrossAisleZone" step throws an error as per the 2nd screenshot. We didn't have these issues in the older library. Do you have any idea what could be causing any of these 3 errors? Regards, Quintin
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    Is there a RemoteControl of Simio

    Running it as administrator didn't solve the problem. I managed to do what I wanted to using Java. I do want to mention, though, that I had issues with the encoding of the directory path name (in Java). Perhaps it is something similar.
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    Is there a RemoteControl of Simio

    Hi, My question relates somewhat to what has been mentioned in this thread. I created a form with a button that executes the code as shown in this thread. When I build the solution in Visual Studio and execute the executable file, it works perfectly. However, if I let someone on another computer execute it, it opens Simio, but not the chosen model (which is selected using OpenFileDialog()). Does it have something to do with the references to DLL files or the way that I build the project? (The other person has the correct version of .NET). I am not very familiar with C# development, thus I was hoping that you may have done something similar. Regards, Quintin