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hecker@WILMA.BCASD.AZ.HONEYWELL.COM

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[W] >>exist(sys)=2 for nonexistant function
Posted: Jul 9, 1996 8:20 PM
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Hello all,
A user has developed a problem in a simulink model. He created a simulink
function block, grouped it into a subsytem (the only element in the parent
model), copied it to disk, gave this to another fellow, who opened up
the file in simulink and then dragged it onto his model.

Now, when we use bdplot to generate printer files, the function barfs on
the subsystem. The specific error is
"Unable to open the Simulink model ....
I've poked around at it a bit, and have found that the >>exit(sys) used
in bdplot returns a 2 (M-file on MLab search path) for this particular
block, while >>which returns a "not found".

The symptom is passed to any other subgroups made on the diagram editor.

Any words of wisdom out there would be appreciated. Thanks





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