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  1. In sprint 76 (due out in a few days), when you transfer to a specific process, if it is in a category that is closed, it will automatically open. Thens for reporting this.
  2. I'm in Sprint 75, and they appear to open on one click. Isn't this better than 2 clicks? If I recall correctly, Sprint 73 had a few UI bugs. I believe it was the sprint that accidentally removed the scrolling in process view.
  3. Hello, I've noticed that on Sprint 73 the Category headers don't open automatically when you double-click the Add On process trigger on the Facility window. Should'nt it be preferable to keep this feature on? It saves a lot of time when searching across the process windows. J. Beltran
  4. Is there a way to open (import) two or more Models into a new Model (for example I will do a queuing with check-in counter in airport terminal, and use this model multiple times into different projects), the idea is instead of creating on big model, to create small models and combine them to create final model, and also those small models will be easy to use an modify for future projects. Thanks in advance for your help Arben
  5. I think this has something to do with your regional settings in Windows and Excel. In Europe CSV file is a file separated with semicolons and text encapsulated by "", but in USA it is separated by commas. If you have correct settings Excel will open CSV properly. Otherwise you should use import from text feature in Excel or easier Text to column feature. I would recommend that SIMIO should identify regional settings and create CSV files according the computer settings. Think that changing separators in a code is not that hard to implement.
  6. If you open up the test.csv file in a general text editor, then yes, you will see the commas in between (as it is a comma separated variables file). However, if you open it in Microsoft Excel, you will see that Excel puts those values into different columns.
  7. I did search for these information in the SimBit you referred. In the attach you can check the model. As you can see, when you open test.csv, the values in the file appear separated by commas and not in different columns. LabelBrandCSVFile.spfx LabelBrandCSVFile.spfx
  8. The next three-day Standard Simio Training class, open to the public, will be held on August 14-16. The classes will be held in the McLean VA area, convenient to Dulles and Reagan airports and local transportation. Also plenty of hotel accommodation in the area and nearby downtown Washington, D.C. and all its attractions. The fee for the class is $1,485 per attendee. More information on Simio training: http://mosimtec.com/services/training/ Contact me if you have any questions or would like to register. Best, Martin
  9. This is unfortunate, and I understand the need to protect the software. I am surprised that allowing business owners to open xml files that don't match the hash would leave a gaping hole. I am not, however, a security expert
  10. I know this is going to be a noob question, but is it possible to force a vehicle to perform tasks in an order dictated by priority? I have SeizeRequests with a MovementPriority of 1, and ResourcePickups with entity priorities > 1. How can I get the vehicle to ALWAYS perform the pickups in preference to the seizerequests?
  11. This is something I have heard others talk about, but never actually got working for myself. Is it possible to reference a file with a dynamic name? I want to write out to a csv file during simulation runs, but the write originates from a submodel. This means that it is called multiple times, meaning that only one of my sub models actually gets to write. What is the easiest way to over come this? And yes, the write must originate from the sub-model.
  12. Just a word of warning using .simproj (or .xml) files with SVN: if there is a conflict you cannot use the merge capabilities of SVN because the Simio hash will no longer match. Simio will not open the "resolved" file. This limits the usefulness of version control particularly in an environment with multiple developers (or, in my case, an inexperienced SVN user ) Perhaps another reason to allow licensed users the ability to edit/load xml files? Thanks, Adam Yeah that is a good point. We were aware of it, and somewhat frustrated by it. What we were after though is a bette
  13. Just a word of warning using .simproj (or .xml) files with SVN: if there is a conflict you cannot use the merge capabilities of SVN because the Simio hash will no longer match. Simio will not open the "resolved" file. This limits the usefulness of version control particularly in an environment with multiple developers (or, in my case, an inexperienced SVN user ) Perhaps another reason to allow licensed users the ability to edit/load xml files? Thanks, Adam
  14. In fact, opening it to third party providers was not on our list of reasons to implement this - we had many other very good internal reasons. And there are other (programmatic) methods provided to interact with external programs. We actually debated internally about even telling anyone that it was XML because it might set false expectations. But we decided that there are many benefits that users could (and have) realized from using the XML and so we made it as open and usable as we could without "giving away the farm". I can certainly understand your user perspective and I agree XML has gr
  15. In fact, opening it to third party providers was not on our list of reasons to implement this - we had many other very good internal reasons. And there are other (programmatic) methods provided to interact with external programs. We actually debated internally about even telling anyone that it was XML because it might set false expectations. But we decided that there are many benefits that users could (and have) realized from using the XML and so we made it as open and usable as we could without "giving away the farm". I can certainly understand your user perspective and I agree XML has gr
  16. I feel the same way. Using XML to save the model is great, but it only pays off if you allow other tools to actually edit the model. That's the whole point of XML in my opinion, to make open the model for third-party providers. So I am with you that Simio should offer a way to allow paying users to edit XML and be able to load the models afterwards. Think of the possibilities it would give you for dynamic model creation...
  17. 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
  18. Is it possible to move or spawn a node at a new (X, Y, Z)? I have to modeling scenario where the path changes each pass (the path becomes steeper or shallower). The only two possible ways of tackling this, that I can see, is to be able to move the node, or destroy it and create another in the correct position. EDIT: I can see that it is possible to spawn Objects (seemingly exclusive to Vehicles and Workers) at new positions, and possibly even to move them, using the Object.Movement.X etc property... even though I would have thought it was the Object.Location property that contro
  19. I am trying to use XML to edit my model instead of having to drag and drop 200+ resources. I save my model as a .XML and then open it up and try and edit something ... anything... even just the name of a minor/un-used state variable. After I save any changes to the XML file I try and open it back up in Simio and receive the following error "Failed to open.... Reason: Unable to verify XML contents" Anyone have thoughts on this issue. or a better easy way to create a large number of resources with out dragging and dropping them. -Andrew
  20. Is simulation123 still open to new members. I try and access the website but am greeted with a request for username and password.
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