Subject: New Version of WEAP (3.43) Posted: 5/29/2013 Viewed: 21805 times
I have just posted a new version of WEAP, with several new features and a few bugs fixed. It is recommended for all users to get the update.
You should be able to easily update your existing version of WEAP to this new version. When WEAP starts, it should find this update and offer to download and install it automatically. If not, go to the menu in WEAP: Help, Check for New Version. You can also download the full installation from http://www.weap21.org/Download
Stockholm Environment Institute
Ms. Thuy Thuy
Subject: Re: New Version of WEAP (3.43) Posted: 3/21/2014 Viewed: 19683 times
Does new Version of WEAP (3.43) link to LEAP model?. I am using WEAP 3.43 and also with the latest version of LEAP 2012.0.0.56. When i link WEAP and LEAP, it shows like "WEAP does not seem to be install on this computer". I dont know how to fix it. Please help me.
Thanks so much
Mr. Jack Sieber
Subject: Re: New Version of WEAP (3.43) Posted: 3/21/2014 Viewed: 19677 times
I am sorry for this problem, which seems to be due to WEAP not being properly registered in the Windows Registry. This is required for LEAP to be able to see it. It is also required in order to use the WEAP API, such as for scripting.
It is possible to manually "register" WEAP. The easiest way is with this batch file (below). Save the following lines of text (starting with "@echo off") to a file named RegisterWEAP.bat and save it in the WEAP Program Folder, e.g., C:\Program Files (x86)\WEAP. Find the file in Windows Explore and double click it to run it. It will ask for the password on the Windows administrator account. Make sure WEAP is not already running when you run this batch file. NOTE: If the name of your Windows administrator account is not "Administrator," you will need to change it to the correct name in the text below.
REM This will tell WEAP to add the appropriate entries to the Windows Registry so that you can use the WEAP API
REM You will be prompted for the password for the Administrator account
echo WEAP is attempting to modify the Windows Registry to enable the WEAP API...
RunAs /user:Administrator "weap.exe /regserver"
echo If successful, nothing visible will happen (you will not see WEAP start),
echo but it should add the correct entries to the Windows Registry.
echo However, if you see an error message, then there was a problem.
Ms. Thuy Thuy
Subject: Re: New Version of WEAP (3.43) Posted: 3/21/2014 Viewed: 19670 times
Thank so much Jack Sieber. Its already successful.