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Old   November 2, 2012, 09:57
Unhappy CFD Post Application Error: 'wbload' action requires parameter: 'id'.
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Hi,

I've finished some simulations through the Fluent application in ANSYS. I wanted to transfer my results to the Results Application in Workbench. When I tried to open the application, this error came up:

'wbload' action requires parameter: 'id'.

Thanks to this, I have not been able to process the results I got from Fluent.

Any recommendation or thoughts on this?

Thanks,

Gustavo
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Old   May 7, 2014, 14:58
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Hi Gustavo,

Unfortunately, i have the same problem right now with CFD-Post
i cannot find what I have done wrong before. i appreciate if you could help me here. no one else has mentioned this error anywhere
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Old   October 20, 2014, 04:28
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I figured out, why this error message came up for me:

I loaded Fluent files which had the hash key (#) in their name. After renaming the files the error didn't show up. So check your files for any special characters.
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