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Reading Proc Time from list

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hello, dear Community.

I applied all suggestions from the previous thread and tested it.
I run in the following issue:
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The table is now situated at root network and was referenced by
.root.BZGehäuseUT.[2,@.PositionImArbeitsplan].
Variations and using the formula also did not help.

So I am considering to drop the table approach and switch to
methods in entry control based on MU user-defined attributes.
Before I discard this much more elegant & efficient solution, 
is there something I oversaw, why this doesn't work?

Thank you very much for your suggestions

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Re: Reading Proc Time from list

Gears Esteemed Contributor Gears Esteemed Contributor
Gears Esteemed Contributor

as a method it would be:

 

:time

is

do

  return root.BZGehäuseUT[2,@.PositionImArbeitsplan]

end

Steffen Bangsow
freelance simulation specialist  
web: www.bangsow.eu
mail: steffen@bangsow.net

Re: Reading Proc Time from list

Phenom
Phenom

looking  at your screenshot

 

1. There seem to be some mistakes in the set paths

 

e.g. look how Steffen_B wrote it.

 

 

2. I guess the Bearbeitungszeit list(typ) should be a table not a subtable.

 

 

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Re: Reading Proc Time from list

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

yes, I continued experimenting with it, and it works now;
.root.RZ[2,@.PositionImArbeitsplan]
respectively
.root.RZ[2,1]
thanks to Steffen_B.

it is not a sub-table, I wrote the address wrong.
Thank you. now I can continue on further tasks.