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#156 fixed Worflow of new Controller version Michael Halloran michelpons

Reported by michelpons, 9 years ago.

Description

Build 263 is used: when opening up Controller and selecting a given component, the \"Enable Logging\" box is appearing as non-ticked. The \"Call CAPE-OPEN error interfaces if errors are raised\" box and \"Log Reference counts\" box are ticked and greyed out. Then I tick the \"Enable Logging\" box. The \"Call CAPE-OPEN error interfaces if errors are raised\" box and \"Log Reference counts\" box remain ticked and are now ungreyed. Next I untick the \"Enable Logging\" box. The \"Call CAPE-OPEN error interfaces if errors are raised\" box and \"Log Reference counts\" box have then greyed out and unticked. I close the COLTT controller and then enters it again. When going to the same component as before, the \"Enable Logging\" box is unticked while The \"Call CAPE-OPEN error interfaces if errors are raised\" box and \"Log Reference counts\" box are ticked and greyed out.

I would think that ticking or unticking the \"Enable Logging\" box should not alter the two other boxes. Since by default these two boxes are ticked but greyed out, it means that they are partially independent from the \"Enable Logging\" box. Anyway they will be \"active\" only when a component is logged. Now I wonder if really the selection for these boxes is per component or rather is it for the entire set of components to be logged. I don't exactly how the implementation is done. If reference counting and error interface calls are not component dependent, the corresponding boxes should appear elsewhere than within a component detail.

#165 fixed Viewing log perturbed by special character Michael Halloran michelpons

Reported by michelpons, 9 years ago.

Description

With a log of a Simulis Thermodynamics PP in COFE, the file, when viewed within the Viewer, is not properly displayed. It seems to be related to the presence of special characters in name of the PPM.

#168 fixed CalcSinglePhaseProp mentioned in CalcTwoPhaseProp log Michael Halloran michelpons

Reported by michelpons, 9 years ago.

Description

I am using a ChemSep UO with a TEA 1.1 Property package in PRO/II 9.2.1. I am looking especially at two phase properties and at surface tension.

I notice the following entry in the log:

MaterialObject <Anonymous> : Call to CalcTwoPhaseProp

CalcSinglePhaseProp takes input Arguments:

Property Phase SurfaceTension Vapor SurfaceTension Liquid

... MaterialObject <Anonymous> : Return from CalcTwoPhaseProp - Succeeded

I think it should state \"CalcTwoPhaseProp takes input Arguments:\" instead of \"CalcSinglePhaseProp takes input 1rguments;\"

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