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How do I access a table column by name using a table property defined for the model? In my model, I have multiple data tables each with the same named columns defined for each. Each table has a different number of rows. For a run or a set of replications, I want to select a table to use. I have defined a model-level table property named _SelectedTable to support this. During simulation runs, I want to access this selected table's data by row and column name. Specifically, I want to use this data to update model entity state variables. I also want to stop creating entities when all of t
Hello In my simulation model I need to scan rows for maximum value within a column, and then assign this maximum value to say a state variable so I can reference it in the responses to optimize using optquest. It would also be useful if I can add all the values within the column and use that instead for optimization. I am not quite able to figure out how to do this. Would appreciate any help in pointing me towards right direction! TIA!
I have 3 questions: 1) I have a data table, each row representing an entity to be created. I create several entities and assign each of them to each row in this data table, using a SetRow Process. I have read somewhere that after I set a row to an entity, it becomes or token? So what is a token exactly? 2) Also, after a created entity is set to a row in the data table, is there any special syntax I can use to make reference to values in other columns in this row? Or I still need to keep track of which row in the data table the entity is set to and make the references using the normal