Description: Popup ViewDAQs in a display group as the topmost window. These ViewDAQs will stay above all non-topmost windows, even when these ViewDAQs are deactivated (i.e. the mouse clicks on another window).
Tcl: DSPPOPUPTOP displaygroupname.dsp
VB Script: DSPPOPUPTOP "displaygroupname.dsp"
Arguments: display group name with dsp file extension (no blank spaces allowed in file name)
CLOSETOP, DSPPOPUP. DSPPOPUPDEP, DSPNEW, <CLOSETOP>,
<DSPPOPUP>, <DSPPOPUPTOP>, <ALT_F4>,
Examples: # Tcl - Popup a Display window named small3
Pops up a new display window or display group as the topmost window without closing the current ViewDAQ display window. These ViewDAQs will stay above all non-topmost windows, even when these ViewDAQs are deactivated (i.e. the mouse clicks on another window). The new display group will close when the parent window is closed. This is considered to be "dependant" on calling display window. The dependant window is always on top of its parent. A display group consists of multiple ViewDAQ windows (i.e. as if ViewDAQ were started from taskbar menu multiple times). The windows will appear in the size and positioned saved using the Display Group commands in ViewDAQ. The default ViewDAQ display group is named "main". An incorrect or invalid display group name will result in default display group (main.dsp).
This ACTION command is available to screen scripts on web browser client VIEW and ViewDAQ running on a SCADA node.
VIEW is the web browser version of the WebAccess client.
ViewDAQ is a non-web browser version of VIEW that runs on a local SCADA node intended for standalone architecture and control room type users.
Display Groups allow multiple display windows to be opened with a single mouse click. Users can save multiple windows, size, position and default display as a display group, then re-open this group from a menu list or pushbutton. Other features of display groups include hide menu bar, no resize and exit password level to close WebAccess. Display Groups are a Windows management tool.