Executes selected calculations. The Selected property of a calculation specifies whether the calculation is selected.
If a calculation requires an output from an other calculation as an input, DIAdem first executes the other calculation. DIAdem uses this method to specify the sequence in which calculations are to be executed, and automatically expands the volume of calculations to be executed, if required. If DIAdem cannot clearly determine the calculation order, DIAdem displays an error message.
DIAdem records the sequence of the executed calculations in the return value so that you can reproduce the calculation sequence.
If an error occurs in a calculation during the calculation, the error message contains information about the incorrect calculation. The previously executed calculations remain.
Use the Validate method of a calculation to execute the validation script of the respective calculation.
Set oCalculationList = Object.RunSelected([FailedCalculations], [RunMode])
Object with this method
Returned collection of failed calculations
|[RunMode]||Specifies whether DIAdem executes the subsequent calculations after an error has occurred.|
Enumeration with the following selection terms:
Returned collection of executed calculations
VBS does not set the return value when an error occurs.
The following example executes specified calculations and then displays the name of the first executed calculation:
Dim oMyRunedCalculations Set oMyRunedCalculations = CalculationSet.RunSelected Call MsgBoxDisp("First calculation: " & oMyRunedCalculations(1).Name)