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On Wed, 20 Oct 2010 01:27:49 GMT, Michael Rinaldi wrote:
> I have a detector constructed of many logical volumes. I'd like to probe > it at runtime using a geantino. I recall reading somewhere in the forum > (although I can't seem to find it now) that I could use a geantino to > probe the volumes. Specifically what I need is to send a geantino > through and get the X,Y,Z coordinates of the volume boundaries as the > geantino traverses them. Specifically the volume entrance and exit > points. Can someone direct me to an example where this might be done or > if that is not available what are the appropriate objects to use and > method calls to be made and where (UserStepping?). > > Thanks, Mike >
1- use geantino in your PrimaryGeneratorAction 2- set /tracking/verbose 1
For instance, you can run novice examples N02 or N03 interactively with :
/gun/particle geantino /tracking/verbose 1 /run/beamOn 1