I have an optimization model, for which I’m trying to give names to its constraints so that I can write them to an lp file and find them easily. However, I’m having some trouble.
The constraint specifically that I’m trying to name looks like this:
@constraint(m, [ms in millStorageDayIndexes, pm in prodMills], millStorageDayLevel[ms] == pm.amountDay0)
where millStorageDayIndexes and prodMIills are both tuples with multiple fields each. I’ve tried to put a name, in the following way:
@constraint(m, millStorageConst[ms in millStorageDayIndexes, pm in prodMills], millStorageDayLevel[ms] == pm.amountDay0)
but I get the error: ERROR: Gurobi Error 10003: Name too long (maximum name length is 255 characters)
which I understand corresponds to the fact that the tuples used as indexes are too long to be a name.
Is there anyway I can choose specific fields of the tuple to use for the name, instead of the whole tuple, or anyother way of giving them a name?