Applies To:
  • CitectSCADA 5.xx

Last element of digital array is wrong in super genie if we are passing the whole array. 

CIT has confirmed this to be a problem in Citect for Windows versions 5.00. This problem has been fixed in version 5.01.

You may work around this problem by defining the arrays in the super genie to be larger than you require on the next 16 bit boundary. For example if you need an array of 60 elements define the array to be length of 64. You may also work around this problem by not defining the length of the array.