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jdoran

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  1. From what I have seen of it so far, share point is kind of like a wiki, and has some file versioning capabilities too. Thanks for your answer, I will keep u posted on what we eventually do.
  2. We are planning on integrating our models into sharepoint so that people can collaborate and view models. I know there is a html export of the model. Is there anything else we can look at doing?
  3. This is something I have been meaning to implement for a while, and now have finally decided it needs to be done. I have a submodel, and due to the limitations of the software can't transfer it into the submodel and keep the model clean. I followed advice posted here, and have made the submodel seize the worker and send it to a node in the higher level model... while the submodel is in progress. Is there a nice efficient way to have the worker/vehicle (vehicles are the new worker in terms of having all the functionality i require) able to interrupt the submodel and either remember wh
  4. Ah good to hear. A lot of my job revolves around the use of this tool, but I definitely do not envy you for using the tool, during what I can only assume would be its more "rough" stages of development, and having to support multiple users all trying to do weird and wonderful things with the tool... in ways that it probably wasn't intended to be used. I can only see Simio getting better in the near future, and look forward to the new features we will see. Although I was left a little confused with the release of the Enterprise version. Based off of the release notes, the only things
  5. Today I had to do a quick and dirty model in Arena. I just thought I would take this opportunity to do a quick post on my findings. By no means is this a comprehensive analysis of the two tools, but I just felt like sharing my opinion of the two. Being the predecessor to Simio, it is natural to compare the two tools, and even after using Arena for the short amount of time I did... the differences were astounding. I will admit that Simio was my first immersion into the world of using corporate modelling tools. It was a tough journey to get to the stage where I felt comfortable using S
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