Hi! So I have been trying to add the execution of a couple of commands from Matlab making use of the AAS Toolbox. I basically copied the structure that you input in the TUI command prompt on fluent but when I put it in Matlab it doesn't work.
These are the couple of commands that need to be executed which when introduced on the TUI command prompt work perfectly:
solve/execute-commands/add-edit a 41 "time-step" "define/boundary-conditions/zone-type wall) 7 pressure-outlet" solve/execute-commands/add-edit b 41 "time-step" "define/boundary-conditions/pressure-outlet mv yes no 1067 no yes yes no no no"
But when I try to do the same on MATLAB i just get an error which in my experience doesn't make any sense since I'm just sending a TUI command to fluent which works properly when directly typing it on Fluent:
iFluentTuiInterpreter.doMenuCommandToString(['solve/execute-commands/add-edit a 41 "time-step" "define/boundary-conditions/zone-type wall) ',num2str(mv),' pressure-outlet"']) iFluentTuiInterpreter.doMenuCommandToString('solve/execute-commands/add-edit b 41 "time-step" "define/boundary-conditions/pressure-outlet mv yes no 1067 no yes yes no no no"') Java exception occurred: AAS_CORBA.EFluentGenericError: IDL:AAS_CORBA/EFluentGenericError:1.0 at AAS_CORBA.EFluentGenericErrorHelper.read(EFluentGenericErrorHelper.java:80) at AAS_CORBA._ICoFluentSchemeControllerStub.doMenuCommandToString(_ICoFluentSchemeControllerStub.java:126)
Thanks for your help!!