The Reliance 4 Design development environment is intended for creating and editing visualization projects (applications). It is available in two versions, Desktop and Enterprise. The Desktop version allows for creating local applications for one computer. The Enterprise version is designed for creating network applications and displaying a visualization application in a Web browser, on a smartphone, or on a tablet.
The Desktop version lets you create applications of type "one computer – any number of devices". A device is a PLC (programmable logic controller), telemetry system, or another I/O device type. The Desktop version does not enable you to develop network applications and applications for thin clients (Reliance 4 Smart Client, Reliance 4 Web Client). Thus, the resulting application only allows communications between a single computer and any number of devices.
A license key purchased for Reliance Design Desktop also contains the license for Reliance View and Reliance Control with the same number of data points and for all communication drivers. This license is intended to be used only for the purpose of testing and debugging applications by a systems integrator. It cannot be used for the runtime software running permanently at the end-user site.
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The Enterprise version incorporates all the features of the Desktop version. In addition, it empowers you to develop network applications for any number of interconnected computers with "view-only" and/or "full control" access. The Enterprise version also lets you export an application for thin clients. Thus, the resulting application allows communications between any number of computers and devices and, at the same time, providing thin clients with data and alarms.
A license key purchased for Reliance Design Enterprise also contains the license for Reliance View, Reliance Control, Reliance Server, and Reliance Control Server with the same number of data points, for three thin clients, and for all communication drivers. This license is intended to be used only for the purpose of testing and debugging applications by a systems integrator. It cannot be used for the runtime software running permanently at the end-user site.
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