AnyLogic supports on-the-fly checking of types, parameters, and diagram syntax. As you develop your model in the AnyLogic workspace, AnyLogic may automatically detect some problems or errors. The errors found during code generation and compilation are displayed in AnyLogic Problems view. For each error, the Problems view displays description and location.
To show/hide the Problems view
Choose View > Problems from the main menu.
The first column of the Problems view displays an icon that denotes the type of the item. Click on the item to open the file in an editor, the line containing the problem will be highlighted.
You can open an error. Depending on the error, opening it may result in displaying different views If, for example, it is a graphical error, the corresponding diagram is opened in the graphical editor with invalid shapes highlighted.
To open an error
Double-click the error in the
The Problems view displays information about problems of two types: errors and warnings.
By default the information about warnings is hidden to concentrate only on critical errors that should be fixed. You can show warnings the following way:
To show warnings
Click the Show warnings button in the Problems view. When the button is shown pressed, the warnings are shown, otherwise - not.
You can filter errors in the Problems view, to view only warnings and errors for a particular element.
To show all errors in the workspace/for a selected element only
Click the Filter problem by selection button in the Problems view.
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