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Can we just have an option to hold last valid value?
Formula would be like
CnlStat > 0 ? Cnl : Val(); CnlStat > 0 ? CnlStat : Stat()
The existing controls react only on push down event. To process a release event, a new control should be developed. Is there a workaround? What kind of process your users need to control?
Usually all pages of a particular web application are belong to the same session. When you switch to another web page and leave external page, session is alive for some period, for example 20 minutes. If you open the external page again within this period, you use the same session.
It would be nice if it can send signals to web server to terminate the session when user leave the external link page.
External page can detect when it’s closed. If you can edit the scripts of the page, you can implement this.
Am I understand correctly: you need 2 commands. First, send 1 and then after a moment send 0?
If yes, Automatic Control Module can do this function.
Something wrong with WCF.
You can try the following:
– run command line as administrator
– execute commands
Some scheme components (for example, Button and Toggle) support an action “Send command now”. It allows to avoid the command dialog. Toggle component automatically defines a command value. Button always send 0 value. If needed, command value can be calculated in a formula of output channel.
Copy a link of one of the red requests and paste it in the browser address field. What is the response?
There was an error in scadacomm and scadaserver scripts. Now it is fixed. Thanks.
The cause is that WCF doesn’t work correctly.
Each version of Rapid SCADA includes different versions of the applications. The details are here.
You should press F12 in browser, go to the Console tab and make a screenshot of the detailed error message.
The issue is not related to the version.
You should check the log of the Server service to find the cause.
5.5.2 is too old and not supported. The current version is 5.8.1. You should upgrade the software.
By the way, I found a “C# Online Compiler” on dotnetfiddle.net