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  1. Seems like this issue is still not addressed. Using the workaround suggested to get to the Connection String works fine, but for password protected access and security reasons we would not want to enter the password in this connection string. The file option would be preferred but it's selection box is not active. Can you please fix this ODBC connection type or advise on alternate approach? Thanks, Martin
  2. Dave - Thanks for the response. Maybe we're just building too large models or spending too much time in Simio (or both). Yes closing and opening a model does solve it too, but not ideal. If there is a Applications Settings based option to limit the number of undo steps or undo buffer size control (I'm fine with the default setting being infinite), it would be much appreciated. Safe travels, Martin
  3. Any update to share with regards to Simio significantly slowing down when working in a model (closing and reopening fixes it)? Thanks! Martin
  4. We have also experienced slow down in model behavior for large models. Consistently experiencing slowing down during the course of a day (during development). Any property or layout or any change in the model, result in longer and longer processing time before the change is applied. Closing down and reopening Simio solves the problem. I don't see any obvious indication of a memory leak (memory utilized before and during the day remain the same). We are running 64 Bit and experience similar behavior across different machines with anywhere between 4GB and 32GB of memory installed. My guess is it has to do with the undo trace that is building up and with a model this size the effect becoming apparent. Any others with similar experience? Sincerely, Martin
  5. What I believe is meant here is that entities that represent flow, can have individual unique attributes (states and properties in Simio). So your flow based tank full of products, will or can have unique attributes on each of the products in the tank. Also with flow, you can let two types of products flow into a valve and have a third type of products flow out of the valve. Hope that helps. Sincerely, Martin
  6. It is the latter. Your warmup period is included in the total run time. So I suggest you configure to run your model for 1080 hours in this case. Sincerely, Martin
  7. Sumanth - You have quite a few different ways to go about collecting these interval based statistics, the first few that come to mind include: (With Enterprise Edition) setup a daily timer and trigger a process to write the statistic to a output table, then reset the statistic Setup a tally statistic and a daily timer and trigger a process to tally the statistic, then reset the original statistic Setup a array and a daily timer and trigger a process to capture the statistic in the array, then reset the original statistic As you can see, in all cases have some statistic that can be cleared on the interval after capturing its data in either a output table, tally statistic or array. Let us know if we can be of any help with your healthcare model -- we've done quite a few of these with various levels of detail depending on the question at hand. Sincerely, Martin
  8. David - Take a look at the SetRow step for assigning table reference through process logic. Sincerely, Martin
  9. I suggest you consider using the Simio flow library for that. The capability is also available in Simio to develop a custom electricity library with the components you mention. Sincerely, Martin
  10. Sure, in processing time property on server just fill in a reference to the table cell where the data exist. Either TableName.ColumnName if there is an associated object with a table association, or TableName[RowNumber].ColumnName, or TableName[ColumnNumber, RowNumber]. Sincerely, Martin
  11. David - Glad to see you are getting your hands dirty with Simio. The problem in your model is that you have the Source 2 set to create between 1 and 4 entities per arrival. Your combiner is set to Batch Qty of 4. So if say only 3 entities are created in Source 2, they (and their matching parent) will never pass through the combiner, since they are waiting for the 4th entity. As a solution I would suggest having either the parent (preferred) or the members carry a reference value to how many batch members are expected. Then use that in the Batch Qty field on the combiner, such that the combiner works with any 1, 2, 3, or 4 batch member sizes. Sincerely, Martin
  12. Based on popular demand we have added a training class for November. The next Simio Standard Training class is scheduled for November 11-13 in Washington, D.C. metro area (Herndon, VA). The fee for the class is $1,485 per attendee. If you are looking to fast-track learning Simio, register today! More information on Simio training and convenient class registration: http://mosimtec.com/services/training/ Contact me if you have any questions. Sincerely, Martin
  13. We have our next Simio Standard Training class scheduled for October 7-9 in Washington, D.C. metro area (Herndon, VA). The fee for the class is $1,485 per attendee. If you are looking to fast-track learning Simio, register today! More information on Simio training and convenient class registration: http://mosimtec.com/services/training/ Contact me if you have any questions. Sincerely, Martin
  14. One approach that comes to mind would be a custom vehicle serving as transporter instead of the batching approach. Then utilize the evaluating transport request to check if TEU capacity on the vehicle is available or not. Sincerely, Martin
  15. Interested in music? Interested in simulation? Well we've got a match for you. Join MOSIMTEC in the Music City for some Simio simulation training right after Independence Day weekend. Class is scheduled for July 8-10, 2014 and seats are still available. More information and registration available here: http://mosimtec.com/services/training/ Sincerely, Martin
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