- Procedure SolverGetControl(None)
A single use local license allows you to run two concurrent AIMMS
sessions. At any time, however, only one of these sessions can make use
of a solver. Prior to executing a
SOLVE statement, AIMMS will
determine whether the solver is already locked by another session. If
this is the case, AIMMS will abort the
SOLVE statement with a
runtime error. If the solver is not locked, AIMMS locks the solver for
the duration of
SOLVE statement by default. With the procedure
SolverGetControl you can programmatically lock the solver for a
prolonged period of time, for instance, during an algorithm requiring
The procedure returns 1 if the solver was successfully locked, or 0 otherwise.
AIMMS also supports multi-session local licenses that allow you to run multiple concurrent solves, and twice that number of concurrent AIMMS sessions.
This procedure has no effect if you are connecting to an AIMMS network license server. In that case every session requires a separate floating network license.