Question about getting some information from registry

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Question about getting some information from registry

Postby JulieCouturier » 09 February 2021, 09:28

Hello,

I am implementing CAPE-OPEN functionality in the new version of our software. Currently, I’m using that has been done in the previous version in order to display
• Cape-Open property package information
• Compounds information
• Properties information
• Phases information

I would like to know if it is also possible to display ‘Property Calculations’ and ‘Interaction Parameters’ through registry like ConfigureTea:
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Thanks in advance !

Best regards,

Julie Couturier
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Re: Question about getting some information from registry

Postby jasper » 09 February 2021, 17:25

I am not clear what you mean by "registry" in this context - all these components interact via CAPE-OPEN.

The data you are looking at are not available via CAPE-OPEN though. Nevertheless, for a given fsd document you can find the TEA configuration inside the Flowsheet.xml file that you will see if you unzip the fsd file.
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Re: Question about getting some information from registry

Postby jasper » 03 March 2021, 15:56

If it is not COCO that you are using, then any PME that uses a property bag to store the data will be receiving the entire TEA set of data in a more or less comprehensible (but not CAPE-OPEN standard) manner. Does this answer your question?

If you are asking whether the CAPE-OPEN standard allows exchanging such information, the answer is that, yes, in general it does, via the Parameter Common Interface, but I do not know of any implementations that support that, including TEA.
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