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Old 06-08-2015
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Generally, in flexsim sofeware the nodes inside the classes node or superclasses node of object is a reference to the superclasses object in the library, with the path i can find some souce function codes. but in flexterm sofeware i found something different, what the nodes inside classes object hold are no long a reference to some other superclasses object but just a number. and i tried to use the command tonode or something else to find what is it? but nothing was found. so my question is what is the number? What is it used for?
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hello
Generally, in flexsim sofeware the nodes inside the classes node or superclasses node of object is a reference to the superclasses object in the library, with the path i can find some souce function codes. but in flexterm sofeware i found something different, what the nodes inside classes object hold are no long a reference to some other superclasses object but just a number. and i tried to use the command tonode or something else to find what is it? but nothing was found. so my question is what is the number? What is it used for?
Oliver,
I looked in some projects I'd done in Flexsim, but none of them have this "Flexsim Object" property. If I had to guess I would say it is something like the "unique ID" from items, but the equivalent for fixed resources.
Also this maybe a feature of an older version. What is the version of your Flexsim software?
PS: Mine is 7.5.4
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hello Marques
Thanks for your reply.
what i used is not any versions of flexsim. it is another sofeware which was developed based on flexsim sofeware. The version is FlexTerm 1.0.0.
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