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If I look in the code of : examples/advanced/hadrontherapy/src/HadrontherapyAnalysisManager.cc of the G4-9.3, in : void HadrontherapyAnalysisManager::book()
I see that the kind of storage is hardcoded in this example :
theTree = treeFact -> create(fileName,"hbook",false,true); theTree = treeFact -> create(analysisFileName,"ROOT",false,true,opts);
Here it is hardcoded to "ROOT". Instead, you must arrange to pass "AIDA" or "XML" if you want for example to produce at the AIDA XML format...
In fact anyway there is something wrong in this example : the first "theTree = treeFact->create" line should be commented out ! (It will create a .hbook file for nothing !)