A model of the simulation includes the values of all
parameters and settings, and the logical and physical structure
of the model.
It does not include information on transactions in service
or those waiting for service.
Nor does it include information on which windows and panels are
When you select Model...
from the pull-down menu in Figure 7.1,
the Save Model window in Figure 7.2 opens.
The model is saved in a SAS data set whose name you enter
in the Save Model window.
You can restore a model by selecting
pull-down menu in Figure 7.1.
Figure 7.2: Save the Simulation Model
Since a model is saved in a SAS data set, it is possible
to edit the model.
However, this should not be done since it will result in errors when
reading the model back into the simulation.
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