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Issue running Simulink Upgrade Advisor

Asked by Heidi Fedorak on 1 Apr 2018
Latest activity Commented on by Walter Roberson
on 20 Jun 2018
When the model did not compile simulink advised me the model was out of date and I should run the upgrade advisor. The upgrade advisor provides me with a write error, see attached screenshot. Any advice on how to resolve this would be appreciated.

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Answer by Gavin Walker on 8 Apr 2018
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I'm sure we can work out what's happening here, but it might take a few rounds of debugging. Can you contact our tech support team and we can progress things from there?
https://uk.mathworks.com/support/contact_us.html

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Answer by Gavin Walker on 6 Apr 2018

The error is occurring because the Upgrade Advisor cannot create an HTML report. The slprj folder is usually a local, temporary folder that is writeable. Is the slprj folder mentioned writeable?
If I try the model, though, I see some issues with missing data, so it might be a more straightforward issue to fix without needing the full upgrade process. (Defining values for m, M, I, b , g, l in the MATLAB base workspace seems to make the model run).

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Answer by Heidi Fedorak on 7 Apr 2018

Yes, the folder is writeable, that's why I'm stumped by this one. Matlab has actually written several other reports to the same folder. I can fix the simple model but for more complex cases I'd still like to be able to run the upgrade advisor if needed. Do you know how I can access and edit its code to change the write options?
Thanks!

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