Following the model options Ple4Win uses the input tables to calculate and produce the output tables.

Some data table features available only for output tables are:

Set back / Unlock:

A Set back of a design function will leave all its output tables empty. Unlocking a design function (only available in design function 5 ("Pipeline Behaviour") and 6.2 ("Cross-Section Behaviour") leaves the output data intact and unlocks all input tables, making changes to their data possible again.

Output table status

An output table can be in one of the following specified status:

Table.Empty Empty

This table does not contain any data, it can be opened to add data.

Table.LockedEmpty Locked Empty

This table does not contain any data, it cannot be opened (unless a secondary database is defined, see above).

Table.UserEmpty Locked Empty (User)

This table does not contain any data because the user selected a model option instructing the program to ignore the input data present this table is based on. It cannot be opened (unless a secondary database is defined, see above).

Table.Data Data

This table does contain data, however, that data has not yet been fully checked (tested). The table can be opened to add, modify and/or check the data.

Table.Error Data with Warnings/Errors

This table does contain data, however, during testing or during the calculation it was determined that the data has errors. Alternatively, the data is technically correct, but the program warns that it will most likely lead to unrealistic results. See the notices table for more information. This table is editable.

Table.Locked Locked Data

This table does contain data, it can only be read.

Table.LockedWarn Locked Data, with warnings

This table does contain data, it can only be read. At least one value of that table data exceeds a given limitation. See the notices table for more information.


ResultTables, last changed: 12/4/2019

See also:

Tables Reference

Input Tables

Special Tables