gdxcopy4.gms : Test internal gdxcopy call and its controls

Description

The environment variables GDXCOMPRESS and GDXCONVERT can be set to control
the GDX files produced - here these settings are tested.  The gdxdump
output contains information about both the data and the internal version &
file format information of the GDX files produced.  The dump output
should be the same no matter what solvelink setting is used.  Note
that the environment vars must be upper case to work on non-Windows
systems.

Contributor: Wolfgang Britz


Small Model of Type : GAMS


Category : GAMS Test library


Main file : gdxcopy4.gms

$title Test internal gdxcopy call and its controls (GDXCOPY4,SEQ=399)

$ontext
The environment variables GDXCOMPRESS and GDXCONVERT can be set to control
the GDX files produced - here these settings are tested.  The gdxdump
output contains information about both the data and the internal version &
file format information of the GDX files produced.  The dump output
should be the same no matter what solvelink setting is used.  Note
that the environment vars must be upper case to work on non-Windows
systems.

Contributor: Wolfgang Britz
$offtext


$ifi %system.platform% == AIX $exit No V6 GDX exists for this platform
$ifi %system.platform% == BGP $exit No V6 GDX exists for this platform
$ifi %system.platform% == DEX $exit No V6 GDX exists for this platform
$ifi %system.platform% == DII $exit No V6 GDX exists for this platform
$ifi %system.platform% == SOX $exit No V6 GDX exists for this platform

$SETENV GDXCOMPRESS 1
$SETENV GDXCONVERT  V6

scalar HALLO / 123 /;

EQUATION XDUMMX_; XDUMMX_ .. 10 =E= 10; MODEL XDUMMX / XDUMMX_ /;

execute 'rm -f test1.gdx test2.gdx test3.gdx dump1 dump2 dump3';

execute_unload "test1.gdx" HALLO;
XDUMMX.Solvelink = %SOLVELINK.ChainScript%; solve XDUMMX using CNS;
execute_unload "test2.gdx" HALLO;
XDUMMX.Solvelink = %SOLVELINK.CallModule%; solve XDUMMX using CNS;
execute_unload "test3.gdx" HALLO;

execute 'gdxdump test1 | sed -e "s/test1\.gdx/test\.gdx/" > dump1'
         'gdxdump test2 | sed -e "s/test2\.gdx/test\.gdx/" > dump2'
         'gdxdump test3 | sed -e "s/test3\.gdx/test\.gdx/" > dump3';

execute 'diff dump1 dump2'; abort$errorlevel 'dump1 <> dump2';
execute 'diff dump2 dump3'; abort$errorlevel 'dump1 <> dump3';