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Runtime software features

Feature

View Control Server Control Server

loading and running a visualization project

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acquisition of data from the communication drivers of the connected devices (i.e. automation/control devices)

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transferring changes made in managers to the runtime software on other computers

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OPC Client

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DDE Client

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DDE Server

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generating and processing alarms/events

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logging data and alarms/events to databases

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direct access to SQL databases

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network (TCP/IP) communications to other instances of the runtime software through server connections

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server connection redundancy (redundancy of a client-server connection)

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data server redundancy (primary and secondary server)

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acquisition of data and alarms/events (real-time and historical) from other instances of the runtime software through server connections

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providing other instances of the runtime software with data and alarms/events (real-time and historical) through server connections

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executing scripts

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processing recipes

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sending e-mail messages

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sending and receiving SMS messages (SMS driver required)

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multi-language support

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changing language during running a visualization project

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logging postmort records (recording changes in real-time data and logging them into special data files)

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passing commands for devices to communication drivers

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passing commands for devices to other instances of the runtime software through server connections

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executing commands for devices received from other instances of the runtime software through server connections

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controlling the industrial process through the visualization

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displaying visualization windows with real-time data

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displaying and acknowledging current alarms/events, filtering alarms/events by a device (optional), user-definable sorting

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displaying, printing and exporting historical alarms/events, user-definable filtering and sorting

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displaying the most recent data as real-time trends

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displaying and printing historical data as historical trends

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displaying, printing and exporting historical data as historical reports

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displaying, printing and exporting data (real-time and/or historical) as print reports

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replaying and stepping postmort records (replaying the visualization of the industrial process and stepping data changes)

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managing (defining, modifying, duplicating, deleting, etc.) users, historical trends and reports via visual tools with uniform appearance and control, the so-called managers; arranging objects into folders (optional), modifying properties of any number of objects at a time, duplicating objects, substitution of objects' links to other objects when duplicating, exporting/importing objects to/from a CSV file

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creating, editing, and using recipes via Recipe Editor

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displaying the list of all project-defined objects including their properties, displaying the current status for objects of certain types, displaying the dump of communication packets for objects of type Communication channel

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virtual keyboard

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support for multiple monitors

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logging users on and off the program

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verifying access rights when performing access right-protected operations

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saving user-defined settings to user profiles

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built-in Web server

Supported Supported

generating historical and custom reports (in HTML and PDF format) for clients

Supported Supported

data server for thin clients

Supported Supported

providing thin clients with data and alarms/events (real-time and historical)

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executing commands for devices received from thin clients

Supported Supported

verifying users logging on to thin clients

Supported Supported

support for SSL/TLS for clients connected to the built-in Web server

Supported Supported

possibility to exchange data with third-party applications using the SOAP protocol

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running as a Windows Service

Supported

software keys for licenses with up to 200 data points

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time-limited licenses (quick replacement for damaged or stolen keys)

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detecting the license through License Service

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