The Run Configuration panel is used to specify the parameters, analysis elements and file resources of the model that must be transferred to the cloud model version.
To access the Run Configuration panel
The Run configuration panel is divided into two areas.
- you can use
resources that satisfy the following conditions: they are referenced in
the model, stored in the model folder and have relative path. If the
resource does not satisfy one of these conditions, it will be grayed
out in the elements tree.
Note: The elements of the Outputs section will be automatically grouped if there are more than two elements of the same type.
Note: The sections are instantly updated, i.e. a new element becomes listed here as soon as you place it onto the top-level agent diagram.
The text field inside the element's block allows to set the label for the added element that will be displayed in the AnyLogic Cloud user interface. In case of a Parameter element, its Label is used by default, if any. In case of an Output, its name is used by default. In case of a Chart, the Title of its data item is used by default. If the chart data contains multiple data items, the Name of the chart is used.
The Search field that is located in the
left part of the configuration panel performs
search within the tree of elements only.
To add an element to the exporting Inputs/Outputs
There are three alternative options of adding an element to
list of the to be exported elements:
There are three alternative options of removing an element from the list of the to be exported elements:
Export model to AnyLogic Cloud – opens the wizard, allowing to export the model to the Cloud. Alternative ways of exporting a model to Cloud are described here.Top-level agent – Here you define the top level agent by selecting the required agent from the drop-down list of the available agents. The agent of this type will play a role of a root for the hierarchical tree of agents in your model.
Maximum available memory – The maximum size of Java heap allocated for the model.
Stop – Defines if the simulation in Cloud should be stopped and when to stop it.
Stop at specified time – Simulation will stop at the time specified in the Stop time option below.
Stop at specified date – Simulation will stop at the date specified in the Stop date option below.
Start time – Here you define the simulation starting time point.
Stop time – [Enabled if the Stop at specified time option is selected in the Stop parameter] Here you define the time point at which simulation will stop.
Start date – Here you define the simulation starting date.
Stop date – [Enabled if the Stop at specified date option is selected in the Stop parameter] Here you define the date at which simulation will stop.
– Defines if the animation in Cloud should be stopped and when to stop
Never – animation will be running until you stop it.
According to Model time settings – animation will be stopped according to the settings of the Model Time section.
Execution mode – Choose the animation execution mode here:
Virtual time (as fast as possible) – The model will run at its maximum speed with no mapping to be made between model time and real time. This time mode is useful when you need to simulate your model for a long period of time.
Real time with scale – In this mode you specify how many model time units one second takes. It is frequently needed when you want your presentation to appear as in real life.
Enable zoom and panning – If selected, the user will be allowed to pan and zoom the model animation window in AnyLogic Cloud.
Tutorial: Exporting a model to
AnyLogic Cloud options