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  1. Dave recommends going back to the source, which is definitely going to be the easier option. However, if you really want to get at the embedded models, open the Simio project file (my_awesome_model.spfx) like a zip using 7-zip or some other archive managing tool. In the Simio Project file, there is a "\Data\Geometry\" folder. You will find all of the custom (user added) symbols here. They are in S3D format. As I have never had to use these directly, I never felt a need to find what tool can open those. As for the Simio ones, they are all ssfx files (another format I haven't
  2. I have been running very large experiments that take a few days to run. Murphy's law seems to interfere through either power outages or automatic updates which can cost me a couple of days of computer time. So I found some code using autohotkey and modified it to work great with SIMIO. autohotkey is a free download and easy to use. The below code runs a loop which hits {control S} on the SIMIO window if it is open every 10 minutes. Persistent ;run a loop 100 times saving every ten minutes if your SIMIO file is open. loop, 100 { ;save file every 10 minutes MsgBox, Iteration
  3. Hi, I am getting a file corrupted message when trying to open the model. Is there something I need to run or compile beforehand ? I am using version 5. Mark
  4. That's not quite true. I removed the "ModelEntity" from the component and used the one from the calling project. The component didn't find the reference. Ah, maybe something has changed, which is why I have not seen this bug yet. I also completely forgot about the internal references we can now read. Have you tried comparing the object references to see what is up? If you right click on the model (that uses the entity) and click on "Object References", you will see the reference id. If you then use winRar or 7-Zip you can open the Simio project file and look at the xml. Find
  5. We just noticed this. We will fix this in a future build. As a work around, open the Database Binding Screen. Once opened, specify "SQL Server" as the database type and then select the "Custom connection string" option. Once this option is checked, select "ODBC". Now you should be able to enter a custom connect string to your MySql database.
  6. I cant open your model, because it is in Academic version. So this may not solve your problem, but it is good to be avare of this. If you transfer entity into station using transfer step you have to use EndTransfer step in a process which is triggered by event station.entered. Simply create this process set triggering event as station.entered and add EndTransfer step.
  7. The next three-day Standard Simio Training class, open to the public, will be held on February 6-8, 2013. The classes will be in downtown San Diego, CA, convenient to airport, hotel accommodation and area attractions. The fee for the class is $1,485 per attendee. More information on Simio training and class registration: http://mosimtec.com/services/training/ Contact me if you have any questions. Also look out for details on a Simio Standard Training class scheduled for March 2013 in McLean, VA. Best, Martin
  8. Many times, you are not sure if the port is open between the Simio GUI (client) and the Simio Network License Server. The program in the attached zip will allow you to test whether the port is open. Just unzip the CheckPort.exe from the attached zip file. Then run the program and enter the host and port. If you get a Socket Exception, you cannot connect to the server / port. If you get a message saying "Socket connect to...", the port is open. CheckPort.zip
  9. The Extended Flow Library discussed in this thread is now obsolete. Most of its objects are now integrated into the Simio Flow Library or included in the new Candidate Library: http://www.simio.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=1740 The built-in Flow library includes very powerful features and capability, but is currently limited in scope to just a few basic objects. While we are enhancing that built-in library based on your feedback, we have provided an extended set of flow-related objects. This library includes objects such as Solidifier, Liquefier, Filler, Extractor and St
  10. Here are some quick instructions: 1) You will need to have Microsoft Excel on your computer. 2) Download the "ImportsObjectsAndLinks.xlsx" and populate it with your model. 3) Extract "ImportObjectsAndLinksFromSpreadsheetAddIn.dll" from the "ImportObjectsAndLinksFromSpreadsheetAddInDLL_V5.zip" into a temp folder (e.g. c:\temp). 4) Right-click the assembly and select properties. Then choose to "unblock" button and press apply. (only needed for Windows 7 and later). 5) Copy "ImportObjectsAndLinksFromSpreadsheetAddIn.dll" into "C:\Users\\Documents\SimioUserExtensions".
  11. I haven't done routing using tables, but I have definitely done server based decisions where each server had a row in the table. And things from server properties to parameters used within the server logic were also in the same row. The search step in conjunction with logic that tells you what the parent object you are in is.... works wonders. It is a staple form of modelling for me now. It is far easier to control parameter values from a table, than via the UI. As to the usage of the API... as you might guess... the API is not advanced enough to create or even edit models. All of the mod
  12. This works with an important caveat: you cannot take advantage of any VCS merge functionality (or any other functionality that modifies the content of the source file). This is because each .simproj file (which is essentially an xml file plus resource files, I believe) has a hash associated with it. This hash is checked on load, and if the xml has been modified outside of Simio the file will not load. We had wanted to use Tortoise SVN to help manage development of models and custom objects; however this behavior limits what we can do as we cannot branch and merge projects. As an example, I
  13. Simio LLC is one of the rare places where you can work on the cutting edge of software technology and get to see the immediate results of your efforts. This is your chance to "get in on the ground floor" of a company that is changing the simulation market and is now taking off - adding customers and products. We are looking for bright, high energy, engaging people to help us design, develop, market, and deliver our simulation and scheduling software products to customers across the globe. We don't always have positions available, but we are steadily growing and we are often looking to hi
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. 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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