David Bradley bradley at tess-inc.com
Thu Nov 1 12:06:00 PDT 2007

   I checked with the EES developers and we think 
that the ability for TRNSYS and EES to 
communicate with each other was developed after 
EES v 5.196. I think you will have to upgrade to 
a more recent EES in order to use the connection.
Kind regards,

At 07:12 10/30/2007, LiDapeng wrote:
>Dear trnsys users:
>    I use EES(version 5.196,professional) and 
> TRNSYS15, I want to know if the EES(version 
> 5.196) can be called in TRNSYS? If yes, how to do this?
>    When I run the example of 'EX4', there is no 
> error, but it run endless and no results were output.
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