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WinCC -- Configuring alarms and messages -- Configuring Alarm Logging
How do you calculate the memory requirement of a server or central archive server (CAS)?
How can I create a message in WinCC if, when backing up an archive, the backup path is not available, cannot be reached or the data medium is full?
How can you switch off the message 1000915 "Terminal adapter disconnect"?
How can I avoid the whole screen being filled when I open a picture using the OpenPicture function via LoopInAlarm?
How can you increase the timeout for starting and terminating Alarm Logging / Tag Logging?
What do the error messages "Transfer buffer too small", "TagQueue overflow" and "Messages are lost" mean?
Which functions do the different variable types have for the individual messages?
How can you get specific messages to flash in the alarm list until the user has acknowledged them?
What format is best suited for defining the AlarmLogging-event variables?
What do you do if alarms are not displayed at Runtime?
How can you assign the functions of the toolbar buttons of WinCC Alarm Logging OCX to external buttons?
How can I delete individual messages from a group message?
When are alarms initiated by the limit monitoring in WinCC if the limit values are supplied indirectly?
What should I watch out for when assigning the names of message types, message classes and group messages?
Why isn’t there display of the "Comment" toolbar button of the Alarm Logging Control in Runtime?
How can you display process values formatted in an Alarm Logging message line?
How can I change the state texts of the message classes from +, -, * to actual text of my own?
How can you check the configuration of the Alarm Logging to see whether there is multiple use of message, status and acknowledge tags or whether the message tags are not configured?
At Runtime, how can you determine the message texts or process-associated values when a message appears in the associated, user-specific action "GMsgFunction()"?
How do you display and operate alarms in Runtime?
What is the structure of the format instruction for displaying the contents of WinCC tag values at Runtime in the user text blocks of a message?
How can you create messages whose message texts consist of a fixed part and a variable part?
What do the statuses of the status and acknowledge tags look like in the Alarm Logging?
What statuses can a message go through at Runtime?
How can I use the limit-value monitoring function of Alarm Logging to monitor the free drive space of a hard disk?
Why after WinCC Runtime starts is a message displayed with the text "..... already used"?
How can you configure user-defined message classes?
How can you change the acquisition cycle of the WinCC Alarm Logging?
How can you use the status tag of a message?
What should you watch out for in particular with the "Loop in Alarm" function?
How can you export, change and then reimport message texts?
Which functions do the different variable types have for the individual messages?
Part number:
  • Event variable:
    This variable triggers the message (incoming and outgoing state).
  • Acknowledge variable:
    If a message is acknowledged, then this bit is set to "1". In this way you can evaluate in the controller.
    In WinCC version V4.02 and higher this bit can also be changed in the controller and the message is then displayed as acknowledged. You can thus acknowledge the message in the SPS or from another computer, and the message is also displayed as acknowledged on the local computer.
  • State variable:
    You can use an 8-bit, 16-bit or 32-bit value without sign as state variable. If the bit "0" is selected as state bit, then the following assignments are valid for further state processing depending on the data type used:

    Data type

    Assignment state bit

    8-bit without sign

    Bit 4

    16-bit without sign

    Bit 8

    32-bit without sign

    Bit 16

    Function of the state variable with a 16-bit value with state bit "0" selected:

    Message arrives

    Bit "0" is set to "1"

    Message must be acknowledged

    Bit "8" is set to "1"

    Message is acknowledged

    Bit "8" is reset to "0"

 Entry ID:70682   Date:1999-04-26 
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