Feliks, I initially thought of that as the solution as well but I had a problem. If I persist the results data in the appData then how would I know the appropriate time to release the memory? I have found that ModelCHECK is not very intuitive. Each time my check function was called the results were given and stored in an HTML report for each object. The results at the top-level do not contain the results for all sub components. I had to either navigate to each component or go to the my check and see all of the models that failed. I then had to navigate to each component that failed my check. I was not expecting this behavior so I think this is a learning experience for me.
Patrick Williams Sr. Systems Engineer II Mechanical Engineering Solutions Missile Systems Raytheon Company
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