Anylogic animates all flowcharts at model runtime by displaying some information that can be helpful to understand how the simulated processes go on.
The basic color scheme for most of the PML library blocks in the simulation window includes a number of colors (from silver to dark blue) to distinguish the current state a block is in.
Let us take a closer look at the most frequently used blocks to define their colors and states in the model window.
|silver||denotes that a block hasn't received an agent yet|
|light blue||denotes that a block received first agent|
The dark blue process line can be seen moving horizontally or vertically depending on the type of block.
|lime green||denotes ready-to-function state or functioning without blocking agents|
|lime green with
|denotes functioning in "conditional" mode|
|red||denotes that the Hold block is currently blocking agent(s)|
|silver||Denotes that resources defined by this ResourcePool block have not received / accomplished any tasks yet.|
|Denotes that a block received resource unit shows current load of the block.|
(light blue ->lime green ->gold ->orange ->red)
|Shows the block's overall load throughout the whole operating time.|
|lime green||denotes functioning state, not blocking the entry|
|red||denotes functioning state, blocking the entry|