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  • Salome 3.2.1 & DATA module

    Posted by JMB at September 10. 2006
    Hello all,

    There is a mention of a DATA module in Salome under "http://www.salome-platform.org/home/presentation/data/"  that allows the assignment of Material, Initial & Boundary Conditions, etc on the geometry.  However I do not see any way of using it in Salome 3.2.1.  Is it because the underlying functions (Python routines) are available, but no GUI has been built for them?  What am I not understanding correctly?

    Thanks
    JMB
    • Re: Salome 3.2.1 & DATA module

      Posted by Eugen Wintersberger at September 14. 2006
      Hy there
       I've just started to use Salome and I have the same problem with the DATA module. Has anyone an idea how to use it?

      thanks
      • Re: Salome 3.2.1 & DATA module

        Posted by Eugen Wintersberger at September 14. 2006
        Well, it seems that I was a bit too fast with my posting. According to the posting below

        http://www.salome-platform.org/forum/forum_10/thread_580

        the DATA module is still under developement and therefore not in the public release of Salome.
        • Re: Salome 3.2.1 & DATA module

          Posted by Erwan ADAM at September 14. 2006
          Eugen Wintersberger wrote:
          Well, it seems that I was a bit too fast with my posting. According to the posting below
          http://www.salome-platform.org/forum/forum_10/thread_580
          the DATA module is still under developement and therefore not in the public release of Salome.

           

           

           

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                           E.A.

           

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