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Old   July 25, 2009, 12:42
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Dear CFX Masters!
Please answer my question!
The installaton manual of ANSYS 12.0 says, that if you want fortran user routines you need Intel Visual Fortran (I VF) 10.1, and Microsoft Visual Studio (M VS) professional 2005 or 2008.
I have I VF 10.1, but i have M VS 2003 profesional only.
Does it work, or I have to get M VS 2005 or 2008 professional?

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Old   July 27, 2009, 19:26
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#1 Mr. ckleanth did start the discussion: assuming you installed fortran correclty and before compiling at the command line window, type "ifortvars"




#2 rogbrito (myself) said: Donīt forget to include the PATH in the environment variables of your Windows:



C:\Program Files\ANSYS Inc\v120\CFX\bin\

#3 Mr. J.Ramon said: Thanks guys but i havenīt got it works, i donīt know what can i do...





#4 Mr. Lance also said: Could it be that you have spaces in the path?


"C:\Archivos de programa..."




#5 Mr. J.Ramon said: C:\Program Files\... has spaces too.. prfff i donīt know what could be the problem



Thanks.


#6 Mr. rogbrito (myself again) said: You have to install (only for Windows XP 32 bits) MS Visual C++ 6.0 or .NET 2003 or MS Visual Studio 2005 Express Edition.




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Originally Posted by J.Ramon


Hi:



I saw in the forum a threads similar like this but without answer, simply what ocurr is when i write in the CFXīs command editor the order: (all is about the 9 tutorial, like others threads):



! system ("cfx5mkext Pipevalve_inlet.F") < 1 or die;



in the comman window (ms-dos) appear the next error:



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ifort: error: could not find '\Bin'


An error has ocurred in cfx5mkext:



C:\Archivos de programa\Intel\Compiler\fortran\9.0\IA32\Bin\ifort could not be started, or exited with return code 255: .



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And the compiling process fail.



If anyone could help me about this issue, iīve searched in google and in the forum, but i havenīt found something that works.



Iīm working with ansys cfx 11, with intel fortran compiler 9.0, in a os windows xp pro (32 bit) with an AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core processor and 2 GB RAM.



THANKS IN ADVANCE.




#7 Mr. J.Ramon said: Thanks to all, finally iīve got the compiler works, the problem was i hadnīt installed the microsoft sdk platform, i had installed ms 2005 and i was thinking when i installed ms 2005, the microsoft sdk platform had been instaled with ms 2005, but it hadnīt been installed with this, and that was the problem, i installed microsoft sdk platform and added some values in the PATH and LIB variables at enviroment variables and system variables, and finally it worked, and i got do the tutorial 9 with ANSYS CFX CEL fucntion.




THANKS A LOT TO ALL PEOPLE FOR YOUR ADVICE, THANKS, THANKS.


#8 Mr. rogbrito (myself) said: Hi Sir, youīre welcome, but you donīt need Microsoft Platform SDK for Windows Server 2003 SP1 for Windows XP 32 bits (for ANSYS CFX v11.0)! For windows xp 64bits and for ANSYS CFX v11.0, you need only Intel Fortran v9.0/9.1, and Microsoft PLatform SDK for Windows Server 2003 SP1.

Please, donīt forget to put the CFX files in the path of Windows XP 64/32:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Platform SDK\Bin\.;C:\Program Files\Microsoft Platform SDK\Bin\WinNT\.;%IFORT_COMPILER91%\IA32\Bin;%IFORT _COMPILER91%\EM64T\Bin;C:\Program Files\ANSYS Inc\v110\CFX\bin

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Thanks to all, finally iīve got the compiler works, the problem was i hadnīt installed the microsoft sdk platform, i had installed ms 2005 and i was thinking when i installed ms 2005, the microsoft sdk platform had been instaled with ms 2005, but it hadnīt been installed with this, and that was the problem, i installed microsoft sdk platform and added some values in the PATH and LIB variables at enviroment variables and system variables, and finally it worked, and i got do the tutorial 9 with ANSYS CFX CEL fucntion.

THANKS A LOT TO ALL PEOPLE FOR YOUR ADVICE, THANKS, THANKS.

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Please answer my question!
The installaton manual of ANSYS 12.0 says, that if you want fortran user routines you need Intel Visual Fortran (I VF) 10.1, and Microsoft Visual Studio (M VS) professional 2005 or 2008.
I have I VF 10.1, but i have M VS 2003 profesional only.
Does it work, or I have to get M VS 2005 or 2008 professional?

Regards

Z. Turzo

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Old   July 28, 2009, 13:27
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Thanx!
I will try to compile.

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