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  1. Hi Jim, Unfortunately, at this time, there is not a way to reference a column name with a string variable. The column needs to be directly specified by name (like MyTable.ColumnName) or you could specify the cell by the table row and column index (like MyTable[RowIndex, ColumnIndex]). The indexes can be State Variables that evaluate to an integer. The caveat is that you can not just specify the column index, the row index needs to be there as well. So assuming you can assign the row, one approach to consider is creating an integer State Variable to save the column index. A Math.If expres
  2. Hello! In your Destroy step, when you reference EntBB[1], you are referencing the entity that has been assigned the first index in the entity population. The indexes of the entity population are based on the current number in the system and are constantly changing due to entities being created and destroyed. I would avoid referencing the entities by their population index. The nBBRouter_Entered Process will first be triggered by the Worker who is dropping off the entity. If the entity is dropped off, the entity will then enter the Transfer Node and trigger the same process
  3. Hello! One suggestion is to use Key/Foreign relational tables to accomplish your goal. If you have a table that defines your unique entities, you could then set the entity column as a Key. In the Task Sequence Data Table, you could then add the Foreign Key column to specify which rows pertain to the specific entity. This could limit which rows in the Task Table the Entity will have a reference to. Happy modeling, Liz
  4. Hi! Please keep all student competition related questions in the SI Student Competition Forum. While others can answer this question, that would take the fun out of the competition! If we feel it is a fair question, the answer will be supplied there.
  5. Hi! Please keep all student competition related questions in the SI Student Competition Forum. While others can answer this question, that would take the fun out of the competition! If we feel it is a fair question, the answer will be supplied there.
  6. Hi Alberto, I recommend you take a look at a standard Vehicle object and compare the VehicleX3 to see the updates that were made. Only 6 new Properties were added to the standard Vehicle to make VehicleX3. The numerous other Properties were inherited from the Vehicle and were not changed. There are other small changes for the States, Events, and Elements as well. Doing a comparison between the standard Vehicle and VehicleX3 will be the most beneficial way for you to learn. Additionally, all the updated Process Logic in VehicleX3 has been colored. Any grey process steps were inherite
  7. ********************* FOR VERSION 191 AND LATER ******************************* In Sprint 191, a change was made to the Seize step's On Seized Process and the Release step's On Released Process which impacted the Token Associated and Context Objects. This change effects the logic in VehicleX. For use in Simio versions 190 and earlier, please use the files at the top of this thread. Attached is an updated VehicleX (now VehicleX3) for use in Simio 191 and later, as well as the updated examples using VehicleX3. VehicleX3 now will reject an Entity's Transport Request if an o
  8. John, I too believe Task Sequences could be very useful for your project. For example, for the multiple patient types coming in, you could utilize a Branch Type of 'Conditional' in your Task Sequence so to only use a certain workflow for that type of patient. There is a general description of Conditional and Probabilistic Branching in the Simio Reference Guide Help page titled "TaskSequence" along with some other helpful information on Task Sequences. Additionally, I recommend you take a look at the SimBits titled "Task Sequence and Worker In Table (from project Task Sequence And Worker
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