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Availability of results

SkyLine results are returned on demand from the server into the browser window in geWorkbench. The results will be available within geWorkbench for as long as they are preserved on the server, which should be at least 30 days. It is not possible to preserve the entire SkyLine run result within geWorkbench. There can be thousands of model directories for each run, and the total size could reach 200MB-700MB, even >1GB. Instead, in geWorkbench the data is retrieved for one model at a time as a model is clicked on.


Hence, after a SkyLine run, the relevant results should be determined and saved to an appropriate format (screenshot, etc).

To maintain access to a particular SkyLine result between runs of geWorkbench, you should save the workspace before exiting geWorkbench.

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