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I am trying to do simulation in VANET I am having problem in MOVE to Create Traffic model I have select Traffic model > Static mobility when i try to import file sumo.sumo.tr and map.net.xml it is fetch but
MOVE get disappear . and i see following error in terminal
Again, actually reading/understanding the error message goes a long way towards solving your problem. You have set the map boundaries to NOTHING (0.0 x 0.0). How, exactly, do you think a program can find your position on map that doesn't exist? Correct the map specs in map.net.xml.
but i am having problem in generating TCL file from MOVE default value is not going to fetch from sumo.sumo.tr and man.net.xml file. there is no option to set value of x & y; it will show me the error as i describe in post #1
but i have create correct map according to instruction given by MOVE step PDF file but it is not possible to fetch value of x and y. while creating tcl file in traffic model > static mobility
You either have one of two problems:
You are not specifying the map boundaries correctly
You do not have a valid map
That's it...there IS NO OTHER CAUSE. Either you generated a map with a 0x0 size, or you have specified a search area of 0x0. Pick one...can't be any more plain than that. In your other thread, you even say you're getting errors generating a map, but don't follow up or say what you did to fix it, nor how you VERIFIED that you did, in fact, generate a valid map.
there are no step in MOVE where i can set X & Y direction it simply create map by using Node.nod.xml and edge.edg.xml and map created. but at the time of generating tcl it will give me error of map information cant fetch and x=0.0 y=0.0.
so tell me in MOVE where to specify boundry during crating map.
I am trying to do simulation in VANET
I am having problem in MOVE to Create Traffic model I have select Traffic model > Static mobility when i try to import file sumo.sumo.tr and map.net.xml it is fetch but MOVE get disappear . and i see following error in terminal
First, read the LQ Rules. You re-opened a thread that has been closed for just short of THREE YEARS. Secondly, read the "Question Guidelines" link in my posting signature...you are not providing the relevant details, which would let someone help you.
And most importantly, I find it very, VERY hard to believe that the OP's question and yours aren't the same. Specifically, you posted the OP's SAME USER ID and MACHINE NAME in your output. Might want to try to disguise the fact you broke the LQ rules about creating another user ID a bit better.
The solution still stands from three years ago. Read the thread above, and pick one.