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  1. Hi Chris, Thanks for your reply. I am using the Start and End 2D Domain commands, although this is intentional as the model has multiple 2D domains I'm confused that TUFLOW has, in the past, retried for a M2D license if none were available. It only seems to be since updating to the latest FM and TUFLOW versions that we've had issues with models failing rather than retrying for licenses. Any advice you're able to offer on this would be much appreciated Thanks, I-Hsien
  2. Hello, I'm attempting to run a linked Flood Modeller-TUFLOW model, which fails immediately with the following message in the .tlf initialising M2D licence... TUFLOW M2D Module No free LAN licences available. NoXY: ERROR 2100 - Multiple 2D Domains module not available or all licences in use. Cannot use "Start 2D Domain" command. For licensing information, please contact sales@tuflow.com. Wiki Link: http://wiki.tuflow.com/index.php?title=TUFLOW_Message_2100 We do have networked M2D licenses, and it is correct that at the time none were available. However, the set-up of the TUFLOW_Dongle_Settings.dcf file (below) should mean that TUFLOW retries for a license WIBU Retry Time == 20 ! seconds. Values less than 3 are set to 3. Default = 60. WIBU Retry Count == -1 ! Use -1 for indefinitely. WIBU Dongles Only == ON ! If ON, searches for WIBU dongles only. Default is OFF. Would anyone be able to advise on why the model fails, rather than retrying for a license? This seems to have only become an issue since updating to the latest versions of Flood Modeller (4.3) and TUFLOW (2017-09-AC-iSP-w64). Many thanks I-Hsien
  3. Hello I'm running an ISIS-TUFLOW model in TUFLOW version 2016-03-AC-iSP-w32, using GIS files in Arc .shp format. The executable crashes out when writing out the "2d_x1d_nodes_check.shp" check file, and the TLF file ends with the following message: Should not be here [dbfdataline] - please contact support@tuflow.com. "DN01_19327"," ", 968, 6.310, 6.310, 0, 19 Where the line beginning "DN01_19327" is the final line in the "2d_x1d_nodes_check.shp" attribute table. In case there was a corrupted file somewhere, I tried deleting the "2d_x1d_nodes_check.shp" and associated files, then writing out check files to a different folder, all to no avail. However, when I write out check files in MID/MIF format (by removing the "GIS Format == Shp" command), the model runs. This is the only change required to get the model running - the model geometry files are unchanged and in Arc .shp format. Has anyone else encountered this problem? Is there are workaround that allows the x1d nodes check file to be exported in .shp format? Thanks I-Hsien
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