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Link ABAQUS 2018 with Visual studio 2015

Link ABAQUS 2018 with Visual studio 2015

Link ABAQUS 2018 with Visual studio 2015

Hi ,
I have been trying to link visual studio 2015 with ABAQUS 2018.
I have installed ABAQUS 2018, Visual Studio 2015 and parallel studio 2016.
I have tried linking the Visual studio 2015 with ABAQUS by the following method:

1. Creating two new path in environment variables in control panel.
path A to locate ifort.exe file and B to locate ifortvars.bat file.

A.) C:\Program Files (x86)\IntelSWTools\compilers_and_libraries_2016.1.146\windows\bin\intel64

B.) C:\Program Files (x86)\IntelSWTools\compilers_and_libraries_2016.1.146\windows\bin

Then i changed the abq2018 command file in C:\SIMULIA\Commands
and edit it to add the command :
@call ifortvars.bat intel64 vs2015

It still is giving me the error that "VISUAL STUDIO 2015 is not installed in this system"
I checked and the visual studio is installed and it works.
Why am i getting the same error?!

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