This template is used to create a page that
features network and local machine statistics, and allows the user
to launch Citect configuration tools and Windows applications. The
preconfigured page CSV_AdminTools is based on this
The panels to the left of this page launch the
following configuration tools:
applications: Allows the user to launch the listed Windows
Applications from within the runtime environment.
Configuration: Allows the user to launch the listed Citect
configuration tools from within the runtime environment. This
includes viewing and editing the Citect.INI file, running the
Computer Setup Wizard, creating alarm groups, trend groups, and
launching the Menu Configuration tool.
Kernel: Launches the various components of the Citect Kernel,
allowing the system to be debugged from within the runtime
Hardware: I/O Device Stats launches a dialog displaying I/O
Device statistics. The Next and Previous buttons allow you to step
through the I/O Devices connected to the system, while the Search
button allows you to view statistics for a particular device.
The Tag Debug tool allows you to browse a list of
available tags and read the current value for a selected tag.
Depending on your access privileges, you may also be able to write
a new value to the tag.
The right-hand side of this page displays
statistics about the CitectSCADA system:
Information: Provides details of the CPU usage, memory usage
and available disk space for the current runtime machine.
Information: Provides information about the CitectSCADA system including version
information and the number of trend, alarm and report clients
Provides information about the status of the CitectSCADA I/O Server your system is
connected to. The name of the I/O Server machine appears in the
title bar of this panel. The information displayed includes:
Overall average response time (ms).
Maximum - the overall
maximum response time (ms)
Overall minimum response time (ms).
Request: Total read requests per second.
Physical: Total physical read requests per second.
Request: Total write requests per second.
Physical: Total physical write requests per second.
button: clears the current values and recalculates them.