An "Overflow" error message for the MRIO

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    jenny
    We officially support up to 10 linked models, but you should have no problem with 51 linked models. Where did the 114 come from?
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    Nik
    I just unselected and reselected "CA minus LAC" to link it to LAC, again, it says "114 working areas". CA - LAC has only 51 regions. I re-run the model again and got the same message.
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    jenny
    A few things to try are: 1. Reboot the computer 2. Update the software (Help > Check for updates) 3. Rebuild the models Please let us know if the error persists after you have tried all of these.
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    ccooper
    Just so we are clear, we are only linking two models. One model is composed of Los Angles County; the second is composed of all other 57 counties in CA. (I have also tried a version of this where the first model is the five counties of southern California and the second model is of the remaining 53 counties.) The overflow error occurs during MRIO on the second region. This is a surprise to us because we used similar analysis to estimate impacts of CA spending on the rest of the nation by forming one model with the state of California and a second model with the other 49 states. That analysis worked without error. We would very much appreciate some guidance since we think this methodology is the most appropriate to use.
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    jenny
    I wasn't able to produce the error you're gettting - I was able to successfully link a model with LA County to a model with all other CA counties and run an MRIO Labor Income change. Our best suggestion at this point is to rebuild the models from scratch, re-link them, and re-run the scenario. Note: you can import your activity to your newly-built LA County model from your old model (Activity Options > Import > From Another Model). If this does not do the trick, please give us a call at 651-439-4421 and we can use a LogMeIn session to work through it with you.
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