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can¦t choose "code compliance" in static output processor

can¦t choose "code compliance" in static output processor

(OP)
Hi there,
Im using Caesar II 5,10 to analyze hot steam network, designed using the code EN13480
In the Static Output Processor, I seem not to be able to choose "code compliance" in the Standard Report window.
Can you tell me why this is? ..is it possible due to wrong setting in my Caesar program?

regards
civilhak

RE: can¦t choose "code compliance" in static output processor

What load case did you pick (for the Code Compliance report)?

Richard Ay
COADE, Inc.

RE: can¦t choose "code compliance" in static output processor

(OP)
Hi richay,
I picked all my load cases (34 in total). The thing was that the "code compliance" was not a selectable option in my report list.
But I have found out why, Options->Custom Reports->Reset was what I needed to do.

thank you for your time and answer,
regards
civilhak

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