Note: Don't set this parameter to 1 if you
are using OPC drivers.
When a new variable tag is created in CitectSCADA, and the project is
compiled, the tag is assigned an OID. The OID for a new tag is
greater than the OID of the last tag added. Unless you set this
parameter to 1, tags will retain their original OIDs.
The Reset parameter is used for one of two
Even if you add a tag and delete
it immediately, its OID is not released. The next tag will still be
assigned a higher OID. This means the OID count can increase
quickly, and cannot be reduced by deleting tags. The OID count
determines the maximum number of tags. If you add and delete a lot
of tags, you may reach the maximum. If you do, a compile error will
advise you to set this parameter to 1.
If you manually edit the variable
tags database, and move tags into different positions, the OIDs
will become out of order. When you compile, you"ll be instructed to
set this parameter to 1.
0 - (Do not reset OIDs)
1 - (Reset OIDs - automatically
returns to 0 (zero) after compile)