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Adding an IDOC node is the first step, but it is actually nothing more than creating an empty container without a function. The real power of IDOCs is the "Job Manager", which finally splits the simulation into several computational domains and passes them to the connected computers. Before you can start, the appropriate “Job Manager” settings have to be made. For a detailed description how to install and configure this tool, please read the “Job Manager (JM)” chapter.

Furthermore, please note that network simulations can only be performed with an appropriate number of licenses. For each computer you want to use, a “RealFlow Node” license is required. With a standard “RealFlow GUI” license, network simulations are not possible. For more information about pricing, bundles and interesting offers, just visit or contact our Salesdesk team ( We look forward to hearing from you.