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Old   May 18, 2011, 06:58
Question launch cfx from command line with CCL file
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I want to launch CFX from command line with specified CCL file, but It only launch with the given def file, CCL file is not included?

Is it possible to run a def in GUI solver with CCL? thanks

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Yes, this is all described in the documentation. Look at the cfx5cmds command for writing a CCL file into a def file, and the solver manager for adding CCL into a def file at run-time using the GUI.
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Yes, this is all described in the documentation. Look at the cfx5cmds command for writing a CCL file into a def file, and the solver manager for adding CCL into a def file at run-time using the GUI.
Thank you so much, I forgot cfx5cmds command. That's what I want. Great!

Further question, is it possible to append a short CCL to a def file, or modify part of the del file with a text CCL file?

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I got it. Append. Hope it is the proper way.
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