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Old   June 26, 2008, 12:10
Default Java form and star ccm+
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I want develop a form using java which can read the messages from the output window. But i don't know how to get the messages from star ccm+ to my text box. Please help me out.

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Old   July 2, 2008, 10:15
Default Re: Java form and star ccm+
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I guess that you want to get value of a report from the output window to a java variable. Is that correct?

Perhaps you could try the following

Create the report, here I am using a maximum.

In your macro do something like:

// STAR-CCM+ macro: package macro;

import java.util.*;

import star.common.*; import*;

public class myMacro extends StarMacro {

public void execute() {

Simulation simulation_0 =


MaxReport maxReport_0 =

((MaxReport) simulation_0.getReportManager().getReport("Maximum 1"));

double xx=maxReport_0.monitoredValue();

simulation_0.println("value "+xx);

} }

Does this help? The API which you can find under the Help is very useful here.

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