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On Wed, 13 Aug 2008 12:13:15 GMT, tsukuyomi wrote:
> Thank you, Michel. > > On Tue, 12 Aug 2008 07:44:12 GMT, michel maire wrote: > You may be > interessed by recommendations given in README of any > extented/electromagnetic examples, for instance TestEm1. > > I ran TestEm1. But an hbook file was not produced. I made the following > change in the method "save" of the "HistoManager" class, > > tree->commit(); > > ------> > > if(!tree->commit()) G4cout << "Commit failed: no AIDA file produced!" << > G4endl;. > > Then I ran the program and knew that committing to an AIDA file was > failed. > > Any idea why this happend? >
I am not sure that AIDAJNI is able to produce hbook files. Try XML or root format.