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Problem with "Export Native MF2K text..."

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Hi,

I would like to export native MF2K input files from GMS in order to use directly MODFLOW2000 and then UCODE_2005.

I use the "Export Native MF2K text..." function and obtain a "OutMf2k" folder with a list of input files for MODFLOW2000. When I try to execute MODFLOW2000 with these input files (typing mf2k example.mfn in the command prompt), this error message occurs:

*** ERROR OPENING FILE ""example.glo"" ON UNIT 1

SPECIFIED FILE STATUS:REPLACE

SPECIFIED FILE FORMAT:FORMATTED

SPECIFIED FILE ACCESS:SEQUENTIAL

SPECIFIED FILE ACTION:READWRITE

-- STOP EXECUTION (SGLO1BAS6OPEN)

Can someone help me fixing this problem?

Thank you very much in advance.

S.W.

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Hi,

I would like to export native MF2K input files from GMS in order to use directly MODFLOW2000 and then UCODE_2005.

I use the "Export Native MF2K text..." function and obtain a "OutMf2k" folder with a list of input files for MODFLOW2000. When I try to execute MODFLOW2000 with these input files (typing mf2k example.mfn in the command prompt), this error message occurs:

*** ERROR OPENING FILE ""example.glo"" ON UNIT 1

SPECIFIED FILE STATUS:REPLACE

SPECIFIED FILE FORMAT:FORMATTED

SPECIFIED FILE ACCESS:SEQUENTIAL

SPECIFIED FILE ACTION:READWRITE

-- STOP EXECUTION (SGLO1BAS6OPEN)

Can someone help me fixing this problem?

Thank you very much in advance.

S.W.

S.W.

GMS 7.0 was just released, I would attempt this in the new version and see if you still get the error. If you do, send an email to support@aquaveo.com with the files zipped up and we can look at them.

Cameron

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I would check the version of GMS 6.5 that you are using. There was a bug in an earlier version of GMS2Mf2k where the quotes around the file names were not removed. USGS MODFLOW can not handle quotes around file names.

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