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Attempting to Run Subroutine and getting error message (FTN 95)

Attempting to Run Subroutine and getting error message (FTN 95)

Attempting to Run Subroutine and getting error message (FTN 95)

I am new to both abaqus subroutines and fortran. I have downloaded fortran 95 for windows and have Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 on my computer. To begin learning, I tried using one of the example subroutine files in ABAQUS. In the abaqus command window, I typed;

abaqus fetch job=umatmst3*

The appropriate files were loaded into my folder (umatmst3.f, umatmst3.inp, and umatmst3.xml), and then I typed:

abaqus job=ExampleJob user=umatmst3
Input file: umatmst3.inp

It seemed like the everything worked, then I clicked on the .log file and it clearly did not run at all, leaving the following message:

Abaqus JOB ExampleJob
Abaqus 6.12-1
Abaqus License Manager checked out the following licenses:
Abaqus/Standard checked out 5 tokens.
<1036 out of 1500 licenses remain available>.
Begin Compiling Abaqus/Standard User Subroutines
7/21/2013 11:23:57 PM
WindowsError: [Error 2] The system cannot find the file specified

Clearly I am doing something wrong. I am completely new to subroutines and fortran but I want/need to learn how to use them. I would really appreciate if somebody could point me in the right direction so I could at least set this thing up and run some examples.


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