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How can I disable the constraints in AIMMS?

  • 20 May 2019
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Hello

1- I will try different constraints for my model. For example, I want to disable all constraints and show the results.
I tried to created parameters as a below;
parameter: IsDisable , range=integer
Constraint: MyConstraint , index: (i,j) | not IsDisable

But in index section in MyConstraint: " t | t>=2 "
I could not add the " | not IsDisable "

2- Also How can I write the solution to excel?

Could you please help me?

Best Regards.
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Best answer by mohansx 20 May 2019, 20:35

Hello @inci ,



You can write the index domain of MyConstraint as below.



code:
t | t>=2 and (not IsDisable)






This constraint will be valid only when IsDisable = 0



This link is a very helpful resource for exchanging data with Excel files.



https://how-to.aimms.com/Articles/85/85-using-axll-library.html



You will be using axll::WriteTable or axll::WriteCompositeTable depending on what format you want your Excel data to be in. Review the article and let us know if you need more specific help
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Hello @inci ,

You can write the index domain of MyConstraint as below.

code:
t | t>=2 and (not IsDisable)



This constraint will be valid only when IsDisable = 0

This link is a very helpful resource for exchanging data with Excel files.

https://how-to.aimms.com/Articles/85/85-using-axll-library.html

You will be using axll::WriteTable or axll::WriteCompositeTable depending on what format you want your Excel data to be in. Review the article and let us know if you need more specific help

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