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  1. Hi What limitation in the number of symbols ("objects") are you referring to ? There is not such a thing, as far as I know
  2. Hello Alex, You cannot directly see the variables of a member which is inside a batch unless you use a process looking for it (with a Search and extracting the required value) An easier method is to transfering the value of the variable of interest (Member.Priority) to the holding Parent (for exemple, onto Parent.My1stMemberPriority) and run your decision logic pointing to it. Regards,
  3. you may want to use a random probabilistic function to select one row of your sequence, and then using SetRow to point to this randomly obtained position as your actual one.
  4. Hello, How big are the tables you're running in Simio? Dealing with a 2-milion rows table feed by a csv file takes 4 GB in RAM memory (for each table). In case you are using manual import with such tables your PC gets hardly reactive. Automatic import slows down the system only when running the model, obviously. Then, defining a similarly sized matrix takes roughly the same amount of memory, approximately 3.5 GB RAM. One might think that a matrix data structure should be far much lighter than a table's, but it is not, apparently. A curious thing, memory occupancy remain the same if you quit the model, only re-starting Simio the amount of memory used is cleared. It migh be the backup function. HAs anyone found any trick to work comfortably with by those really huge data structures? regards,
  5. An alternative approach might be using a combiner upstream to the WS to create a fictional entity, let's call it "block", which contains all 3 objects. This way, the workstation process a single entity (the block). All 3 original entities enter and leave the WS at the same time, obviously. Downstream the Ws, you can split the block into its 3 original entities, and it's all done. Meilleures salutations,
  6. Dear colleagues, we're starting to post a number of graphical symbols that can be useful for your models. Greetings, Note: We built them with SketchUp on purpose to be used within Simio. You're free to use them and share them with other Simio customers, but please don't divulgate them on Google Warehouse. Symbols4Simio.ZIP
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