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 defining corners and run analysis from ocean 

Last post Fri, Sep 7 2007 2:35 PM by archive. 0 replies.
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    defining corners and run analysis from ocean Reply

    Hi,
    I'm trying to define my corners and analysis directly in the ocean file as I don't see the reason to use a pcf or a dcf file. The problem I have is to define the simulation that the cornerRun() is supposed to perform. Current result is just like running the cornerTool from AWD when you forget to define an ananlysis: The design i read in, all warnings and notices are printed, but no analysis is run.
    What I have is so far:

    ... more ocean/skill ...
    corner_analysis = t
    (when corner_analysis
    ... define tech, corners and variables ...
    analysis('tran ?stop 1n)
    cornerRun()
    )

    I've been through debugging the tech, corners and variables setting so I am quite sure that it is possible to do this self-contently inside an ocean script, but cornerRun() doesn't seem to work like monteRun() where I define the analysis just before the call to monteRun() and everything works just fine. Documentation on the cor* functions does not give real help as I am probably "exhausting" the use of corner simulations.

    If anybody has an idea, I would be very happy as I hope to do a final verification in batch only where the simulation file is self-content.

    --
    Svenn


    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by svenn
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