Use the following procedure to migrate all blocks in a model and its associated libraries to the latest version from the SimEvents® library.
seupdate function for
the model that you want to migrate.
Review the items under the heading
you update your model.
If your model contains legacy queue blocks, the migration process
identifies these blocks in your model and displays some additional
output under the heading
Before you update your model.
This additional output provides you with instructions to check for
potential changes in the results produced by queue blocks if you migrate
your model. For more information, see Migration of Model Containing Queue Blocks Using seupdate.
Enter a value at the prompt. Valid responses are
overwrite the model and associated libraries,
cancel model migration without any changes, or
read about how
seupdate changes your model.
The first update step checks the model file format. If either the model or any associated library files are not in the newer SLX file format (that is, they are in the older MDL format), the software prompts you to ask if you want to save the updated model in the newer format. If your model is already in the SLX format, you do not see this prompt.
If you see the preceding prompt, to continue the update
process, enter a response. If you enter
the updated model in the newer SLX file format. If you enter
the updated model in the older MDL format.
The software proceeds to update your model.
If migration of your model is successful, the software
displays the status
For more information about model behavior changes that you might
see after you run
seupdate, see Behavior Changes in Migrated Models.
If conditions exist in your model that cause the migration process
to fail, the software displays the status
For more information, see Resolve Migration Failure.
Review the report that the migration utility generates.
If you saw the prompt in step 4 of this procedure,
you of any files whose formats it changed.
For more information about saving models in the SLX format, see Saving Models in the SLX File Format.