GMP::SolverSession::AsynchronousExecute invokes the
solution algorithm to asynchronous solve a generated mathematical
program by using a solver session.
GMP::SolverSession::AsynchronousExecute( solverSession ! (input) a solver session )
The procedure returns 1 on success, or 0 otherwise.
This procedure will not copy the initial solution into the solver, or copy the final solution back into solution repository or model identifiers. When you use this function you always have to explicitly call functions from the
GMP::Solutionnamespace to accomplish these tasks.
The following solvers are thread-safe and can be used for solving multiple mathematical programs in parallel using the same solver: CPLEX, GUROBI, XA, CONOPT, and KNITRO.
The following solvers are not thread-safe but the AIMMS-solver interface is thread safe and therefore they can be used in parallel with another solver: IPOPT and SNOPT. For example, SNOPT 7.1 can be used in parallel with IPOPT but it cannot be used in parallel with SNOPT 7.1.
GMP::SolverSession::AsynchronousExecutecannot be used by the following solvers: AOA, BARON, CBC, ODH-CPLEX, and PATH.
GMP::SolverSession::AsynchronousExecuteinside a callback procedure is not allowed.
GMP::SolverSession::AsynchronousExecutecannot be used if an external function is used in a constraint.
GMP::SolverSession::WaitForSingleCompletioncan be used to let AIMMS wait until one or more asynchronous executing solver sessions are finished.
Normal solve statements will be ignored during an asynchronous execution of a solver session.
Sensitivity ranges will not be calculated during an asynchronous solve.
This procedure does not create a listing file but you can use the procedure