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Old   February 14, 2004, 13:08
Default i installed C++ BUT I CAN;T LOAD
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hello i have INSTALLED C++ BY VISUAL STUDIO.NET.I BUILD MY SOURCE FILE IN A LIBRARY AS YOU ALL KNOW LIBUDF AND WHEN I AM GOING TO LOAD THIS LIBRARY I RECEIVE THE CLASSIC ERROR MESSAGE:THE SYSTEM CAN;T FIND THE ARCHIVE OR DIRECTORY. MY WORKING DIRECTORY IS C:\CFD AND OF COURSE STUDIO.NET HAS BEEN INSTALLED IN A DIFFERENT DIRECTORY IN THE SAME DRIVE. WHAT;S WRONG WHY THIS IS HAPPENS???????
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Old   February 16, 2004, 22:19
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To use compiled UDF, you need to

- Put the C source file in the same directory of your case file.

- Select that file.

- Click on Build.

- Click in Load.

If you still receive the error message which tells you the libudf directory can't be found, probably compilation didn't end successfully. You can see errors in FLUENT console.

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