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Cameo Simulation Toolkit 2021x Documentation


Cameo Simulation Toolkit supports Mathematica®, a Mathematical computation engine, to analyze and solve Mathematica®l expressions. Once you have installed Mathematica® , you can specify it as the language of opaque expressions. 

First, you must install Mathematica® on your local machine, and then set up your system to allow Cameo Simulation Toolkit to use the installed Mathematica®.


To use Mathematica® on a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Microsoft Windows and Linux 


  1. On the MagicDraw main menu, select Tools > Integrations. The Integrations dialog opens.



  2. From the list, select Mathematica and click Integrate/Remove Integration. The Mathematica directory selection dialog opens.



  3. Browse for the home directory of Mathematica®.
  4. Click OK and restart MagicDraw.

To use Mathematica® on Mac OSX 


  1. From the main menu, click Tools > Integrations. The Integrations dialog opens.



  2. From the list, select Mathematica and click Integrate/Remove Integration. The Mathematica directory selection dialog opens.



  3. Specify the directory where you have installed Mathematica® and click OK.
  4. Restart the modeling tool.

Information

(Only for integration with Mathematica Version 12.3) After completing the steps above using the Integration dialog, you must change JAVA_HOME to JDK 11 by following the steps below:

  1. Download JDK 11 (11.0.12 recommended) according to your operating system from https://www.oracle.com/java/technologies/downloads/#java11. Alternatively, you can use the bundled java from Mathematica 12.3 (JDK 11.0.10) in the [Mathematica installation dir]\SystemFiles\Java\Windows-x86-64 directory.
  2. Open the property file of the modeling tool, [Modeling Tool dir]/bin/[Modeling Tool].properties, with a text editor, e.g., magicdraw.properties.
  3. Change JAVA_HOME to the JDK 11 directory and save the file, for example:

    JAVA_HOME=C\:\\Program Files\\AdoptOpenJDK\\jdk-11.0.12
  4. Restart the modeling tool.


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