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Old   March 24, 2005, 05:47
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tata sairamesh
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hi im using fluent for solving moving boundary problem while using compiled udf im getting the following error messages while building udf "nmake is not recognized as aninternal or external command" after load "the system can not find the file specified" im using fluent in a net work of windows it is asking to share the working library that i could not understand please help me in this regard
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Old   March 29, 2005, 05:01
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sairamesh
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hi im using fluent for solving moving boundary problem

while using compiled udf im getting the following

error messages

while building udf

"nmake is not recognized as aninternal or external

command"

after load

"the system can not find the file specified"

ive installed service pack5 for visual studio

very urgently i need the correct procedure to use

compiled udf in fluent

if any body knows about this problem

please give me details

ramesh
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