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Old   January 23, 2008, 00:15
Default compiled UDF....HOW?
shehab abdelrahman
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hi all the forum: HOW to get the fluent opened from the visual studio prompt command ? use a compiled UDF i must open fluent from the command prompt of visual studio... how can I do that...any one have steps or something?
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Old   January 23, 2008, 03:12
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Hello Shehab,

normally this should also work with the Fluent GUI. You need Visual Studio installed on your computer. Then open Fluent and your cas (and dat) -file and go to Define -> User-Defined -> Functions -> Compiled and Add your udf-file there. First Build and then Load it.

I read something about the visual studio prompt command at the udf-Manual, but I didn't get it, too. But this way works also ...

Best regards, Mira

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