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The type dependent time for the MU 'Entity' is undefined

Creator
Creator

I choose List(Type) to import Table of processing time data (on the right hand side of picture) for every machine object. But when I try to run simulation, it always appear "The type dependent time for the MU 'Entity' is undefined."  What do I have to do or is there any thing wrong with the way I import the Table on every machine object?

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Re: The type dependent time for the MU 'Entity' is undefined

Legend
Legend

You are doing it correctly, altough the List(Type) reads from the MU name, so if you need to rename the MU to M1 and so on.

 

You can do this in the source if you define the MU Selection as Sequence, Sequence Cyclical, Percentage or Random and define a new table for it to use. The table you specify will be automatically formatted and you can set the names for the different variants there. Or derive from the Entity base class and use them in the table.

 

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Re: The type dependent time for the MU 'Entity' is undefined

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

The type in the table has to be the type of the MU. It allows you to define a MU dependant processing time.

So the first column of the table has to have the names of the MUs.

Regards,

Ralf
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Re: The type dependent time for the MU 'Entity' is undefined

Experimenter
Experimenter

M0, M1, M2.... in your table file is MU name or name Singleproc ?

if you set the processing time of each Singleproc depend on MU name

then the Source sould produce different MU (Table) and assign name  for MU

 

 

Re: The type dependent time for the MU 'Entity' is undefined

Creator
Creator

Thank you very much for your reply with picture. Now I can run the simulation!