Hi
I am using Cplex net optimizer (C). I set some upper bounds of the arcs to zero using "CPXNETchgbds" but
when cplex solve the net it still uses any of them. It this possible?
Cplex should take another arc but it takes the same one over and over.
Thank you for your time
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Re: Cplex Net optimizer  arc solution = 1 with upper bound = 0
20130210T10:13:31ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.That should clearly not happen. How big is the flow on the arc with upper bound 0? May it be that it is very small and you are just suffering from numerical roundoff?
Could you also export the network using CPXNETwriteprob and double check that the bounds on the arcs are as expected? 
Re: Cplex Net optimizer  arc solution = 1 with upper bound = 0
20130212T11:15:18ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer. SystemAdmin
 20130210T10:13:31Z
That should clearly not happen. How big is the flow on the arc with upper bound 0? May it be that it is very small and you are just suffering from numerical roundoff?
Could you also export the network using CPXNETwriteprob and double check that the bounds on the arcs are as expected?
I've exported the model to a .lp file: (BOUNDS)
http://...
0 <= x63 <= 1
0 <= x64 <= 1
x65 = 0
x66 = 0 < (I'm using default arc names so x66 corresponds to arc 65 in the model)
0 <= x67 <= 1
0 <= x68 <= 1
http://...
Cplex's solutions:
http://....
Arc 63: Value = 0.000000 Reduced cost = 403.975342
Arc 64: Value = 0.000000 Reduced cost = 1.036865
Arc 65: Value = 1.000000 Reduced cost = 603.963074 <
Arc 66: Value = 0.000000 Reduced cost = 0.000000
Arc 67: Value = 0.000000 Reduced cost = 604.999939
http://...
How I can know the flow on the arc? I'm looking up for a function in the callable library but I haven't found anything yet.
Sorry if it's sounds very basic, I'm new in Cplex
Thank you 
Re: Cplex Net optimizer  arc solution = 1 with upper bound = 0
20130212T21:49:46ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer. SystemAdmin
 20130212T11:15:18Z
Thanks for your answer,
I've exported the model to a .lp file: (BOUNDS)
http://...
0 <= x63 <= 1
0 <= x64 <= 1
x65 = 0
x66 = 0 < (I'm using default arc names so x66 corresponds to arc 65 in the model)
0 <= x67 <= 1
0 <= x68 <= 1
http://...
Cplex's solutions:
http://....
Arc 63: Value = 0.000000 Reduced cost = 403.975342
Arc 64: Value = 0.000000 Reduced cost = 1.036865
Arc 65: Value = 1.000000 Reduced cost = 603.963074 <
Arc 66: Value = 0.000000 Reduced cost = 0.000000
Arc 67: Value = 0.000000 Reduced cost = 604.999939
http://...
How I can know the flow on the arc? I'm looking up for a function in the callable library but I haven't found anything yet.
Sorry if it's sounds very basic, I'm new in Cplex
Thank you
It was my fault, solution status was infeasible and cplex was returning the last feasible solution. I'm working in a problem
which has hundreds of nets and this net had an issue :( .
Thanks for your help