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Old   September 8, 2009, 06:38
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Hello,

Im trying to execute CFX from the command line. I have seen how to use cfxsolve, cfxstop...but I don t find a command to say CFX to save graphs or particular results you are interested in (for example, forces in an specific boundary), when the running finishes.
Any ideas?
Thank you in advance
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hi, Are you referring to the residual plots and monitor points? And you would like to save these as plots?
I not sure if we require so much of automation.
Once your run is complete you may go back to the SM and open the results using the monitor finished run option. This would give you access to the residuals and other info.
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