Steps to Configure the Historical Alarm Viewer Control

Step 1

Place an Historical Alarm Viewer (HAV) control on a CimEdit screen.

Step 2

Open the CIMPLICITY Historical Alarm Viewer Properties dialog box.

Step 3

Enter general specifications for the HAV control.

Step 4

Configure connection options for the CIMPLICITY Historical Alarm Viewer.

Step 5

Configure the SQL display.

Step 6

Select column justification.

Step 7

Configure row styles.

Step 8

Specify runtime configuration capability.

 Important: When off-node projects are selected on the Connection tab, requests are made to determine which tables the remote project has available by using the CIMPLICITY configuration Object Model (CimServer ).

CimServer uses DCOM based communications architecture. Therefore, it may be necessary to ensure that DCOM is properly configured on the project’s node to allow access to the Object Model.

DCOM configuration and Windows security are complex technical topics and beyond the scope of this document. For an introduction to DCOM security configuration, see  Configuring the GagePort Mitutoyo OPC server DCOM (About DCOM Security ) in the CIMPLICITY documentation. For more advanced DCOM configuration issues, please refer to Microsoft documentation.

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About the Historical Alarm Viewer Control.