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Nagor Name of the IO Device from which this tag was generated. The logged variable name clustername. Refegence Date and Time. The period of the history file. The value to be added to the totaliser while trigger is true.

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Alarm Functions You can use alarm functions to display alarms and their related alarm help pages, and to acknowledge, disable, and enable alarms. You can assign a privilege to each command that uses an alarm function, so that only an operator with the appropriate privilege can perform these commands.

However, you should assign privileges to commands only if you have not assigned privileges to individual alarms. The alarm where the cursor is positioned when the command is executed is acknowledged. You can also use this function to acknowledge multiple alarms.

AlarmComment: Adds a comment to the alarm summary entry at run time. The comment is added to the alarm where the cursor is positioned when the command is executed. A keyboard argument passes the comment into the function. Verify that the length of the comment does not exceed the length of the argument, or an error results.

AlarmDisable: Disables an alarm. The alarm where the cursor is positioned when the command is executed is disabled. You can also use this function to disable multiple alarms. The alarm where the cursor is positioned when the command is executed is enabled. You can also use this function to enable multiple alarms. AlarmHelp: Displays an alarm help page for the alarm.

Each alarm in your system can have an associated help page. The help page for the alarm at the position of the cursor when the command is executed is displayed. AlarmSplit: Duplicates an entry in the alarm summary display.

You can use this function to add additional comments to the alarm entry. Page Functions With the page functions, you can display your graphics pages and the standard alarm pages. Note: The following page functions are not supported in the server process in a multiprocessor environment. Calling page functions from the server process results in a hardware alarm being raised. PageAlarm: Displays current alarms on the alarm page configured in the project.

PageDisabled: Displays disabled alarms on the alarm page configured in the project. PageDisplay: Displays a new page on the screen. The Page name or number is required as an argument. Use the PageLast function to go back to the last page - the page that this new page replaced. PageFile: Displays a file on the file page configured in the project. PageGoto: Displays a new page on the screen. This function is similar to the PageDisplay function, except that if PageLast is called, it does not return to the last page.

PageHardware: Displays hardware alarms on the alarm page configured in the project. PageLast: Displays the graphics page that was displayed before the current one. PageSummary: Displays summary alarm information on the alarm page configured in the project. PageTrend: Displays a standard trend page. Chapter: 5 Working with Commonly Used Functions Keyboard Functions Keyboard functions control the processing of keyboard entries and the movement of the keyboard cursor on the graphics page.

It is normally used to erase keyboard characters during runtime command input. KeyDown: Moves the cursor down the page to the closest animation point number AN. KeyLeft: Moves the cursor left across the page to the closest animation point number AN. KeyRight: Moves the cursor right across the page to the closest animation point number AN. KeyUp: Moves the cursor up the page to the closest animation point number AN.

Report Functions To run a report by operator action, use the following function: l Report: Runs the report on the report server. Time: Returns the current time as a string. FullName: Returns the full name of the user who is currently logged in to the system. InfoForm: Displays the animation information form.

This form displays the real-time data that is controlling the current animation. Login: Allows a user access to the Vijeo Citect system. LoginForm: Displays a dialog box to allow a user to log in to the system. Logout: Logs the current user out of the Vijeo Citect system. Prompt: Displays a message on the screen. The message String is supplied as an argument to the function. Shutdown: Terminates Vijeo Citect. Use this function, or the ShutdownForm function, to shut down your system.

Otherwise buffered data may be lost. ShutdownForm: Displays a dialog box to allow a user to shut down your Vijeo Citect system. Chapter: 6 Writing Functions Vijeo Citect is supplied with over built-in functions. One of these functions or several functions in combination can usually perform the required tasks in your system. However, where system functionality cannot be achieved with built-in functions, you can write your own functions. A Cicode function is a small program: a collection of statements, variables, operators, conditional executors, and other functions.

While it is not necessary to be an experienced programmer to write simple Cicode functions, it is strongly recommended not to attempt to write large, complex functions unless you are familiar with computer programming, and have experience with Cicode. Note: The Cicode Editor is designed specifically for editing and debugging Cicode functions.

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Dale Special SQL formatted date and time. Last trigger value, used to check for rising edge of the trigger code. The format can be configured in the citect. Select the categories ckcode which you would like to see messages displayed Now if operator acknowledges this by mouse click or by some key board command the window flashing will become stable in red color as the condition still exists. Note that common words and, that, etc. Alarm Date and Time.

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Alarm Functions You can use alarm functions to display alarms and their related alarm help pages, and to acknowledge, disable, and enable alarms. You can assign a privilege to each command that uses an alarm function, so that only an operator with the appropriate privilege can perform these commands. However, you should assign privileges to commands only if you have not assigned privileges to individual alarms. The alarm where the cursor is positioned when the command is executed is acknowledged. You can also use this function to acknowledge multiple alarms.

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Meztishura By ghatevinod on 25 August, — 2: The size of each subgroup. Hi ghate Vinod, For tool tip at runtime you follow below mention steps. For non-Hardware Analog alarms: Otherwise — Configured alarm description. By jimmi on 20 May, — 7: Your subscription request is being processed. Special SQL formatted date and time. The port number the server is listening on. Remember me on this computer.

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Sasida Special SQL formatted time. The variable tag clustername. Storage method for the SPC data. For Alarm, Report and Trend servers: The number of history files stored on the hard disk for this tag. The name of the cluster to which the server belongs. For Argyle Multi-digital Digital alarms: Pl guide me to achieve both the functions. If no legacy port number was configured, this field contains the default legacy port number for the server type.

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