ANSYS Workbench Service Pack 2007-SV16 for Rigid Dynamics Licensing

This service pack corrects a Rigid Dynamics licensing problem with Simulation that started appearing after May 31, 2007.

At Release 11.0 of ANSYS Workbench, Simulation always attempts to check out a Rigid Dynamics license as soon as you add an Analysis Type (with a Structural or higher license), regardless of whether or not you actually require a Rigid Dynamics license. You will then see one of the following behaviors:

If you do not have Rigid Dynamics licenses, you would see a single message, such as 'No such feature exists' or similar. To continue, simply click OK on the message dialog box and continue your simulation as usual.

If you do have Rigid Dynamics licenses, you would see nothing out of the ordinary until all of the Rigid Dynamics licenses were taken. Then, you would begin to see messages such as 'Licensed number of users already reached' or similar each time you interacted with the GUI (such as a right-mouse click, menu selection, etc.), regardless of whether your analysis requires a Rigid Dynamics license.

This service pack corrects this problem. To install the service pack, follow these steps:


1. Shut down any running ANSYS Workbench sessions.
2.Log in to the ANSYS Customer Portal at www.ansys.com/customer.
3. Select Get Software from the list at the left.
4. Click Software Download.
5. Scroll down to the Product Updates section and click the + sign next to ANSYS Workbench Service Pack 2007-SV16 to expand the selection.
6. Choose one or more operating systems of interest and then click the Proceed to Download Summary button.
7. Click on the link or links shown above in blue text, and your download should look similar to the one shown below: (Windows 32 bit shown being downloaded via a Windows XP OS machine).
8. Extract the file(s)

DSObjectsU.dll on the Windows platforms
or
libdsobjects.so and dsobjects.rsb on UNIX

from the zip or tar


ANSYS Workbench Service Pack 2007-SV16 for Rigid Dynamics Licensing

This service pack corrects a Rigid Dynamics licensing problem with Simulation that started appearing after May 31, 2007.

At Release 11.0 of ANSYS Workbench, Simulation always attempts to check out a Rigid Dynamics license as soon as you add an Analysis Type (with a Structural or higher license), regardless of whether or not you actually require a Rigid Dynamics license. You will then see one of the following behaviors:

· If you do not have Rigid Dynamics licenses, you would see a single message, such as `No such feature exists` or similar. To continue, simply click OK on the message dialog box and continue your simulation as usual.

· If you do have Rigid Dynamics licenses, you would see nothing out of the ordinary until all of the Rigid Dynamics licenses were taken. Then, you would begin to see messages such as `Licensed number of users already reached` or similar each time you interacted with the GUI (such as a right-mouse click, menu selection, etc.), regardless of whether your analysis requires a Rigid Dynamics license.

This service pack corrects this problem. To install the service pack, follow these steps:


1. Shut down any running ANSYS Workbench sessions.
2.Log in to the ANSYS Customer Portal at <a target=_blank href="http://www.ansys.com/customer">http://www.ansys.com/customer</a>http://www.ansys.com/customer
3. Select Get Software from the list at the left.
4. Click Software Download.
5. Scroll down to the Product Updates section and click the + sign next to ANSYS Workbench Service Pack 2007-SV16 to expand the selection.
6. Choose one or more operating systems of interest and then click the Proceed to Download Summary button.
7. Click on the link or links shown above in blue text, and your download should look similar to the one shown below: (Windows 32 bit shown being downloaded via a Windows XP OS machine).
8. Extract the file(s)

DSObjectsU.dll on the Windows platforms
or
libdsobjects.so and dsobjects.rsb on UNIX

from the zip or tarfile for your platform into the ANSYS installation directory under the v110AISOLDesignSpace<platform> directory (Windows)
or /v110/aisol/dlls/<platform> directory (UNIX/Linux).

Note that for the 64-bit UNIX systems, the files are actually 32-bit files and need to be installed into the appropriate 32-bit directory:

Platform Name File name <platform> Installation Directory to Use
Windows XP x64 winx64 v110AISOLDesignSpacewinx64
Windows 32-bit intel v110AISOLDesignSpaceintel
HP PA8000 64-bit hp64 /v110/aisol/dlls/hp32
Linux AMD Opteron 64-bit linop64 /v110/aisol/dlls/linia32
Linux Intel Xeon EM64T linem64t /v110/aisol/dlls/linia32
Linux Intel IA-32 linia32 /v110/aisol/dlls/linia32
Sun UltraSPARC 64-bit sun64 /v110/aisol/dlls/usparc
Sun UltraSPARC III and IV 64-bit usIII /v110/aisol/dlls/usparc


9. Restart ANSYS Workbench.





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