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  1. I am trying to make a routing decision based on the Candidate node's routerequestqueue's summation of the entities user-defined property. If there are different types of entities with ex. different priority levels. I would like the routing process to choose the transfernode which has the smallest total sum of it's entities priority level. the transfernode that needs to be chosen also has a routing group attached to its entity destination type rule where its final machine has 0 buffer and due to a blocked destination rule, there will be a queue build up at the transfernode that needs to be chosen. I have thought about using a state variable for each node and using add-on process each time a unit enters and leaves a node but because the main model has many multiple nodes the node's entity priority sum has to be able to be accessed through the candidate.transfernode._________________. For example during the routing step in the process section, I have candidate.transfernode.destinationroutinggroupname.routerequestqueue which gives me the node's number of units waiting, but i need to be able to access the candidate nodes summed queued property. Is there either a way to directly access this information, have looked at the expressions and having a hard time finding something. failed attempt: candidate.transfernode.destinationroutinggroupname.routerequestqueue.population.defaultentity.priority.summation or is there a way to use the add-on process where i am adding/subtracting the priority levels, but somehow attach it to the candidate.transfernode's property Hopefully this makes sense. If you look at the file, please ignore the upper half and focus on the transfer nodes maintransfer, transfernode1 and transfernode1_1. maintransfer has an entered add-onprocess which is the subject of this question. the route process and it's selection expression is what I'm trying to adjust but find a way to express the candidate transfernodes of transfernode1 and transfernode1_1 (which are part of the XferRouting group). I'd like to choose and compare the total summed priority level of each node's queue. Simple_Routing.spfx
  2. Hi, I'm working on an airport simulation, this is my first simulation, i have a transfer node that has one income link and two output links, so I would like to know if there is a way that depending on certain Entinty's boolean state variable, whe passing throught the tranfer node if the state is true set and specific outbound link and if it is false then set the outbound link rule by link weight.
  3. I have a series of gated processes that are defined in a sequence table. Occasionally sequential gates will use the same server. In our process, the entity doesn't actually move out of the server, but in Simio the entity has to exit the server and re-enter. What winds up happening is that if another entity is queuing for that server, it will enter first during the approximately 2 seconds it takes for the entity to travel from the output node to the input node , causing the entity that was in the server to queue. I would like the entity to stay in the server through multiple gates, according to the routing logic, without getting bumped by other entities in the queue. It's important to keep the gates separated instead of combining them into a single entry on the routing table, because I need to look at performance statistics for each gate separately. Thank you
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