From: "Ralph Quadflieg" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: NONMEM ERROR
Date: Tue, 13 Oct 1998 17:51:31 +0200
Dear NONMEM user,
Does anyone knows how to solve:
ERROR 199 INTERNAL TABLE SIZE EXCEEDED; DIMCNS IS TOO SMALL ?
Thanks a lot for your help
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From: email@example.com.EDU (ABoeckmann)
Subject: Re: NONMEM ERROR
Date: Tue, 13 Oct 1998 09:15:18 -0700 (PDT)
Re: ERROR 199 INTERNAL TABLE SIZE EXCEEDED; DIMCNS IS TOO SMALL
This is an error message from NM-TRAN.
See NONMEM GUide Part III (Installation), chapter 5, page 56.
This message indicates that too many constants are present. New constants are defined by the user and by NM-TRAN itself. The user should first try to decrease the number of constants in the abbreviated code. If the message cannot be avoided, increase the value of DIMCNS in TSIZES (e.g., change DIMCNS=50 to DIMCNS=100) and recompile main program NMTRAN (or recompile all of NM-TRAN if it has not been separated into individual files).
Certain NM-TRAN subroutines will also have to be changed: see Chapter VI, Section 2.1.2.