Known bugs in NAADSM

Known bugs in NAADSM version 3.1.22

Listed below are problems originally identified in NAADSM/PC and NAADSM/SC, version 3.1.22. This list may not be comprehensive: problems discovered in more recent versions may or may not exist in this version as well. Most users should obtain the current version of NAADSM, Unless there is a specific need for an older version. Please refer to the version history for descriptions of problems fixed in various releases of NAADSM.


Priorities legend

Priority 1Urgent: Programming bugs or model implementation errors that may result in incorrect calculations or data loss.
Priority 2High: Important new feature requests; bugs that may cause the application to crash unexpectedly but do not cause data loss or invalid results.
Priority 3Intermediate: Useful new feature requests; bugs that pose no risk to data quality but may result in unexpected behaviors.
Priority 4Low: New feature requests; interface problems that have slight impact on program operation.
Priority 5As time allows: New feature requests; bugs that pose minor inconveniences or cosmetic problems but do not affect program function.
Priority undefinedPriority has not yet been set.


Bugs in version 3.1.22

Bug list last updated: 5-Aug-2013 7:02:51 PM

Priority 1

Bug (PC and SC) FIXED
Using a maximum distance of airborne spread of 1 km with linear decline of probability of airborne spread results in no airborne spread at all. [Details]

Date listed: 7-Aug-2009
Found in: 3.1.22
Fixed in: 3.1.23

Priority 3

Bug (PC only) FIXED
The error message "Grid index is out of range" is occasionally displayed when the user attempts to scroll through the output statistics window of the Scenario Comparison screen.

Date listed: 13-Aug-2009
Found in: 3.1.22
Fixed in: 3.1.24

Priority 3

New feature (PC and SC) FIXED
When vaccination rings are used, all units of the production types for which vaccination has been selected will be vaccinated. This includes clinically infectious units that have already been detected by clinical signs. [Details]

Date listed: 28-Apr-2009
Found in: 3.1.22
Fixed in: 3.2.12