Troubleshoot - Desktop installation🔗
Missing or not working license.🔗
Solution: Go to Installation chapter and check that the license is installed properly. Go through the installation troubleshooting chapter. If this does not help, please contact support
Something went wrong pop up.🔗
The web-browser sometimes gives an error saying: "Something went wrong".
Solution: This can be caused by the server being temporarily unavailable (e.g. network issues). Try to reload the model by F5 or CTRL+R.
Model simulation pending / waiting.🔗
This can happen when the connection with server has been interupted and re-connected during certain actions.
Solution: Use CTRL+SHIFT+I, right click on the reload icon and select Empty Cache and Hard Reload.
Older Modelon Impact versions cannot be used on the same computer with the 1.0 version🔗
Some users need to have older desktop versions (e.g. 2020.0 v0.29) installed and runnable on the same computer to be able to use special features as e.g. dynamic optimization used in
Microgrid application. Modelon Impact 1.0 automatically converts
C:/Users/<User_name>/impact deleting the
wams folder. When user runs older version, the
C:/Users/<User_name>/wams folder is created again and all does seem to work fine till user runs the 1.0 version.
Then, an error is populated saying that the 1.0 can not start.
Solution: Before running Modelon Impact 1.0 version, manually rename
C:/Users/<User_name>/wams to e.g.
C:/Users/<User_name>/bakup_wams. When you would like to run the older version, rename the folder back
In the desktop installation, Google Chrome always starts. User cannot choose a different browser.🔗
Google Chrome is chosen as a default browser. Moreover, it is expected to have it installed in the standard location (C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application). User has to open a different browser and manually add URL: http://127.0.0.1:8080/ to start working with Modelon Impact.
Solution: Change the default browser location in Modelon Impact installation
def open_browser_with_delay(timeout=60): chrome_path = "C:/Program Files (x86)/Google/Chrome/Application/chrome.exe %s"