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Ms. Rebeca Doctors

Subject: warnings: demand site has no transmission link into it.   
Posted: 6/14/2016 Viewed: 8435 times
Hello, my name is Rebeca and I'm running a pretty big system in WEAP. I'm receiving several warning messages stating that demand sites have no transmissions links to it. I've checked and the demands are connected to transmission links. Do you know what could be happening? Here's a picture of how it looks like: http://psr.me/h202by

Thank you,

Rebeca
Mr. Jack Sieber

Subject: Re: warnings: demand site has no transmission link into it.   
Posted: 6/14/2016 Viewed: 8429 times
Rebeca,

When I look at your area, I see that the problem is that you have the transmission links flowing the wrong direction. The flow should go from the river to the demand site (the arrowhead should point into the demand site). When you create the transmission link, first click on the source (river), then double click on the destination (demand site).

Jack

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