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We are developing applications using .Net CORE 5. This is a great language to develop solution on either Windows or Linux. We have no issues using CPLEX with Windows as we have the cp_wrap_cpp_dotnet2010.dll running but we miss a Linux version of ...
Callbacks are available from CP using C++ or Java, but not if using the API from C# (or any .Net language). This seems to be very strange as the internal structures must be there inside the CP libraries etc in order to support the callbacks from C...
Add support for Python 3.9 and 3.10 to cplex & docplex packages (they support a very limited number of Python versions)
Please add support for Python 3.9 and 3.10 to the cplex and docplex Python packages as soon as possible and upload new binary packages (wheels) to the Python Package Index.
The cplex package currently supports Python 3.7 and 3.8. According to the...
In OPL ODBC connection, add a setting for batch size
The prebuilt ODBCConnection allows OPL to access databases using ODBC.One way to optimize database access is to tune the execution batch size.With older versions of OPL that included DBLink, this was the dbUpdateBatchSize parameter.
Currently, CPLEX and CPO provide a java API to the engines.This API currently supports Java 8 (IBM SDK and Oracle Java).A more recent versions of Java with LTS is Java 11 - It would be nice if CPLEX Optimization studio officially supports Java 11 ...
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