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Old   July 18, 2011, 08:51
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Hey guys

I am going to run a macro and always follogin message appears:

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Annotation: Macro run-time error: ClientServerObjectManager: star.common.BoundaryManager_2
   ObjectName: Perio_a1
   error: Named object does not exist in manager
Annotation: Named object does not exist in manager
Annotation: Named object does not exist in manager
error: Macro run-time error: ClientServerObjectManager: star.common.BoundaryManager_2
All my boundarys are named like the input file for the macro. There is no difference in capital letters, etc..!

What is the problem?

Thanks
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Old   July 27, 2011, 05:30
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post the Macro please!
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Old   August 7, 2011, 15:20
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The solution is quite simple: There is NO boundary named "Perio_a1" in the boundary manager where the macro expects a boundary with this name.

I just noticed, your boundary manager is named "BoundaryManager_2", so I suspect there will be more than one boundary manager. Are you sure, your macro is looking in the right boundary manager for the boundary?
For example, when "BoundaryManager_1" contains a boundary named "Perio_a1", all looks fine for you when checking the sim-file. But it doesn't mean, "BoundaryManager_2" (which we assume NOT to contain that boundary) can find it, because it's a different manager - and that causes an error message.
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Old   August 9, 2011, 02:04
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I just noticed, your boundary manager is named "BoundaryManager_2", so I suspect there will be more than one boundary manager. Are you sure, your macro is looking in the right boundary manager for the boundary?
Thanks for help, that was the problem....
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