Generally how do I know which is at fault if an error occurs?
If you are still using TRANED to interact with TRANSYT 11 or TRANSYT 12 we would recommend that you, at the very least, look at what the latest TRANSYT (TRANSYT 15) has to offer, as you are missing out on many significant new capabilities and improvements to TRANSYT that have been added to the product over the past 11 years! You will find it easier to use, fully integrated, and far more capable than ever before. For detailed information please look at our TRANSYT product page and if you need more information simply give us a call.
If a fault occurs when a run is attempted then it could be due to either the TRANSYT analysis program or due to the interaction of TRANED with it, usually TRANSYT warning or error messages are fairly easy to spot if they come from TRANSYT itself rather than TRANED.
If the fault appears to be due to TRANSYT you should contact TRL. If the fault appears to come from the TRANED add-on you will need to contact JCT Consultancy who produce this software. TRANED is neither approved or produced by TRL. TRL have no involvement with TRANED.