This Wiki contains a wealth of information to help you be successful with Bentley's OpenFlowsTM products:
OpenFlowsTM WaterCAD®, OpenFlowsTM WaterGEMS®, OpenFlowsTM HAMMER®, OpenFlowsTM, WaterSight, WaterOPSTMOpenFlowsTM SewerGEMS®, OpenFlowsTM SewerCAD®, OpenFlowsTM StormCAD®, OpenFlowsTM CivilStorm®, SewerSightOpenFlowsTM PondPack®, OpenFlowsTM FlowMaster®, OpenFlowsTM CulvertMaster®, OpenFlowsTM FLOODTM
Use the Search bar at the top to find technical articles, FAQs and answers to questions and problems. Below is a list of notable Technotes and FAQs. Can't find what you need? Ask on our Forum.
OpenFlows product Licensing FAQs and Troubleshooting
Downloading OpenFlows Software
Change Log (new Features and Enhancements for each version of OpenFlows products)Cumulative patch set frequently asked questions
How to receive alerts on new version availability
Important License Update for OpenFlows Users
Install a CONNECT Edition product without an internet connection
Generating a log file for installation problem troubleshooting
Performing a silent installation
ProjectWise IntegrationEnhancing OpenFlows multi-user workflows with ProjectWise Share
Hints for troubleshooting machine-specific issues / errors
Can a model be saved down or back to an older version?
How can I find my registration / license information and version / build number?
How can I find out what version a model was created in?
Recommended minimum system requirements
Where can I find a manual (user guide)
Short videos showing how to get the most out of your OpenFlows Products
Upcoming training and release dates
Validation or Certification documents for Hydraulics and Hydrology products
Waterobjects.NET - Extending the capabilities of your OpenFlows product
Academic book software, licensing and solution guide
Get to know OpenFlows CONNECT Edition
New User Learning Resource Guide
OpenFlows ForumOpenFlows YouTube Channel
Bentley Training and Learning
Infrastructure Insights Blog - Water and Wastewater
Sharing Hydraulic Model Files on the OpenFlows | Hydraulics & Hydrology Forum