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  • #6704
    AvatarRoland
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    Hi,

    I’ve installed and registrated the schemes extra components plugin, registrated, but cannot see in the list of scheme editor. I’ve copied the dll file to the ScadaWeb/bin, and the plugin files to the Scadaweb/plugins/SchExtraComp in the proper folders. Only the basic and default components are available. I am using Rapid Scada 5.8.0 on a Windows 10 OS. Already restarted the daemon and the PC.

    Can you help me how can I make the scheme editor to offer the new scheme components (gauge and level)? Did I miss a step?

    Thanks.

    Roland

    #6705
    AvatarRoland
    Participant

    Solved by enabling the dll in the bin folder 🙂

    #6707
    MikhailMikhail
    Moderator

    OK )

    #8279
    Avatarhethongscada62
    Participant

    Dear Mr. Mikhail,
    My project on Raspberry Pi4 with paid Extra component plugin module is running well but when i update it the problem appears. I can not activate the Extra component plugin. There was on the screen the notice: “Error saving web application settings: Access to the path “/var/www/html/scada/config/WebSettings.xml.bak” is denied.”
    Where is the wrong? Could you let me know?
    Thanks and best regards
    From Han Hoang

    #8281
    MikhailMikhail
    Moderator

    Hello,

    Probably the access rights return to defaults when you upload the project. I suggest editing web app settings via XML file in Administrator. In the future all settings will be edited using Administrator UI.

    #8640
    Avatarhethongscada62
    Participant

    Dear Mr.Mikhail,
    The problem is How to edit Web app settings in the XML file? Which raw in the XML file will be edited?
    Thanks a lot

    #8647
    MikhailMikhail
    Moderator

    Hello,

    There are 2 approaches:
    1. Using Linux tools or command line, provide full write access to /opt/scada/config/ directory and all the files there. Then edit configuration as usual in web interface.
    Don’t forget to download web configuration changes into the project after editing.

    2. In the Administrator app, edit the WebSettings.xml file manually.

    I suppose, the 1st approach is more straightforward.

    #8654
    Avatarhethongscada62
    Participant

    Dear Mr.Mikhail,
    Thank you for your reply. The problems with plugin modules were resolved. They can be activated now and can get the raspberry Pi codes on the web except ModAutoControl plugin. I can not get a code for ModAutoControl. Could tell more detail steps to get it?
    Thanks and best regards
    Han Hoang

    #8660
    MikhailMikhail
    Moderator

    Hello,

    I can not get a code for ModAutoControl

    Look for the code into /opt/scada/ScadaServer/Log/ModAutoControl.log

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