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All Topics | Topic "Loss of expression terms during model backup/compression to .WEAP file"
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Mr. James Syme

Subject: Loss of expression terms during model backup/compression to .WEAP file   
Posted: 8/21/2018 Viewed: 3322 times
I'm working with another model that I'd like to transfer to my machine, and I'm finding an issue where a number of expressions in the WEAP area appear to lose aggregation information (e.g., in a ReadFromFile term, specifying "sum", "average", "median", etc.) after they've been backed up to a .WEAP file and loaded onto my copy of WEAP—essentially, the model runs fine on machine A, gets backed up to a .WEAP file and loaded onto my machine (B), but then crashes immediately during a run due to the missing aggregation information.

Are there any known bugs surrounding this issue? The WEAP area is quite complex and includes a lot of information, and when results are included, the total size of the .WEAP file is around 600 MB.
Topic "Loss of expression terms during model backup/compression to .WEAP file"