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Page RDB

Displays information about each of Citect's runtime databases (RDBs).


Page RDB

Use the Page Up and Page Down keys to move between the tables.

The runtime databases contain your compiled project configuration information. There are two types of RDB; resident and non-resident.

Resident databases are loaded at Citect startup and remain in memory. Examples of resident databases are Alarms, Trends, Reports, and Functions. The names of resident databases start with the underscore character (_).

Non-resident databases are those that are associated with pages. These databases are loaded (and unloaded) as necessary - when the page is displayed.

Each database is divided into 10 (or so) tables; <name>, TEXT, REQUEST, PIECE, CODE, SCALE, RUN, WRITE, FUNC, SYMB, and <name>.

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