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Old   September 16, 2019, 05:33
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Hi dear Foamers,

So far I have used cfMesh, with .stl files, and everything worked well, thanks to the guidance and tutorials in the forum. On the verge of improvement, I have started using Salome and so far It ran smooth. Now, I would like to visualize the .fms, obtained through Salome. For this I have used, FMSToVTK input.fms output.vtk, this generated a .vtm file (output.vtk.vtm) as mentioned in the cfMesh user guide. When I tried to access this .vtm file through paraview, I am getting the following error
Cannot read points array from Points in piece 0. The data array in the element may be too short.
Have anyone faced a similar problem, please let me know if I am doing something wrong while converting .fms file. Thank you all in advance.

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