Switching different batch names through a switch

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I would like to connect three batches with different properties in Simulink/Simevents in parallel and then unite them with a switch.
The problem is that different batch names must be used for different properties, which cannot be combined at the input switch, as only one name is allowed there.
The problem description says:
This message is related to a hidden MsgSvcAdapter block.
Consider manually inserting such a block to debug the problem.
Unfortunately, I can't find any information about a MsgSvcAdapter.
Can you help me with my problem and explain how an input switch can switch different batch names?

Answers (1)

Abdolkarim Mohammadi
Abdolkarim Mohammadi on 8 Sep 2021
Edited: Abdolkarim Mohammadi on 8 Sep 2021
Your description of the problem is a bit confusing for me. Are you talking about something like this?
Dennis Kimmich
Dennis Kimmich on 9 Sep 2021
The "input entity name" does not yet exist during entity generation.
Therefore, no attribute can be generated for it.
If the number of entities in a batch is different from the number of entities in the batches connected in parallel, then the error is displayed that the entity typed named "Batch" using different data properties for attributes.
And if the "Input entity name" is changed in a batch, then the error: Input Switch must have the same entity structure.
Does the solution still work with your code and if so, what do I have to change?
Abdolkarim Mohammadi
Abdolkarim Mohammadi on 10 Sep 2021
You are right. It seems that in addition to the type and attribute names for normal entities, the batch size is part of the structure of the batch entities. I don't have solutions for you right now. But in such situations where there is no ready-to-use block, the only solution would be to use MATLAB Discrete-Event System block, which enables you to author a customized block, using a syntax similar to MATLAB.

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