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> - Is there a way to get the production time of a track from its G4track pointer? I managed to get the Vertex position but not the time. Or at least get the production time from the trackID number.
You need to create a G4VUserTrackInformation object, see examples/extended/runAndEvent/RE01
You set fOriginalTime when the RE01TrackInformation object is created in PreUserTrackingAction.
> - Is there a way to get the G4track pointer of a track if you know the trackID number?
G4Track is not a persistent object; e.g. it no longer exists when the track has finished tracking. You can't go back and access the information by the trackID alone. If you need persistent information then you need to create a G4Trajectory object. See 5.1.6 in the Application Developers Guide