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Great, many thanks Ben. Another feature request for your database then!

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Ah, that's great, many thanks for the "under the hood" details Ben. So there is actually something special about how rand() works which is not re-implementable in a plugin. I think I can solve this with...

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Thanks Ben - but still not quite what I'm after. This leads to just one call of evaluate() for a whole block. Whilst the calculationListener now forces evaluate() to be called again after each model change,...

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Yes, QAPI does allow for returning a list of values but really I want evaluate() to be called for each cell (in my project there are side effects to the call, and I want these evaluated in order of the...

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Thanks for looking at this, Dom. Unfortunately this doesn't change anything - adding a println() shows that evaluate() is only called once per spreadsheet recalculate.

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Ah, a tight security policy would indeed prevent this. Actually, this is a very sensible default as otherwise it could end up like typical Microsoft products that have files that could contain malicious...

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Just read that article further... the instantiation syntax isn't particularly nice in Groovy though as you need to do eg: jaxbContext = Class.forName('javax.xml.bind.JAXBContext').newInstance() whereas...

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This shouldn't be too difficult as I have been doing this for years with my Jython plug-in. To add to the runtime classpath all I do is: sys.path.append(jarfile) where jarfile is a string and then I...

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Hi - I've built real estate financial models, and also corporate models that show actual vs forecasted for individual business units. So a REIT model as you describe shouldn't be too different. I've also...

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Hi - I have amended your model and uploaded it as an attachment to this reply. I have made four changes: 1. On the chart, I right clicked "Sum of SI" and selected "Collapse". This allows you (along with...

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