HMI/SCADA CIMPLICITY can be run on a single server or in a NOTE: This document is not a replacement for GE installation and other reference documents . Contents of this Manual. Chapter 1. Introduction: Introduces you to CIMPLICITY MMI and MES/SCADA for Windows 95 and Windows NT and CimEdit. Chapter 2. 95/CIMPLICITY Server for Windows NT™ Base System User Manual. GFK- MES/SCADA and HMI for Windows and either Microsoft Windows 95 or Microsoft.
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No warranties of merchantability or fitness for purpose shall apply. Configuring WebView Broadcast Sessions: Describes how to configure WebView screens for users to take advantage of the Broadcast license. Describes the default location for all of the default Web access files. Viewing CimView through Web Browsers: Lists the differences in functionality when viewing CimView screens through a Web browser compared to dcada Viewer. Using WebView Log Files: Doing Advanced WebView Configuration: Lists Java applets and describes Registry settings for WebView.
Troubleshooting Kanual and Web Servers: Lists potential problems and their solutions. View Network Project Data through the Web 1. Project Page for Network Project Points Page for Network Project Network Project’s Web Server Link View Local Project Data through the Web 2. Project Page for Local Project WebView Screen through the Web Interface 4.
Terminal Services Server through the Web Interface 4. Terminal Services Workbench Access Obtain the Appropriate Licenses License 1.
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Set up the Terminal Services Server Step 2. Set up the Terminal Services Server Task 1. Install Terminal Services with Windows Set up the Terminal Services Server Task 2.
Configure Security Levels in Windows Work with a Full Client Step 5A. Work with a Full Client Task 1. Work with a Full Client Task 2.
Work with an Advanced Client Step 5B. Work with an Advanced Client Installation Task 1. Work with an Advanced Client Installation Task 2. Work with an Advanced Client Installation Task 3. Access Level 1 Network project data 2 Local project data 3 WebView screens Access Description Enables a user to view read-only data from all of the projects that are being broadcast to the Web server.
Gives a user access to the projects that are running on the WebView server only. However, a user has a wide range of options, from read-only data to interactive capability through WebView screens, when one of these projects is selected.
Interaction can be from Workbench only to total access to the Terminal Services server. You can also use the Web browser interface with other Web servers. Any user can view read-only point and alarm data for a selected project through the Web Browser interface. Licenses are required uwer Some access levels with correct authorization include: Access to the Workbench only.
Access to the Terminal Services server. If the Web server is a Terminal Services server, access to screens or any other Terminal Services features are counted as Terminal Services licenses. See the “Using Terminal Services” chapter in this manual for details. Project screens use a WebView license on a WebView server. Project screens use a Terminal Services license on a Terminal Services server.
The WebView option is checked by default. This option includes the: See the “Using Terminal Services” chapter in this manual for details about installing Terminal Services. Click Start on the Manuak task bar. Do one of the following to the Use built-in Web server check box. Therefore, if your system already uses another Web server that you want to continue using, most likely, you can.
The map displays access to the following through the Web browser interface: Data for Network projects broadcast to the Web server. Data for local projects running on the Web server. Manuap screens, including pre-designated read-only Broadcast screens.
These screens can be accessed as stand-alone screens. Terminal Services, when the server is a Terminal Services server. A user can access a Terminal Services server independent of the Browser interface.
Open an appropriate Web browser. See “Hardware and Software Requirements” in this chapter for requirements. Enter the server location as specified by the system administrator. Server1 Server page appears when a user goes to the specified Server address.
It is not the computer that the user is physically working, nor the server on which the project is running. The local server name displays in the Web browser left frame and the browser Address field. Clicking one of the project links opens the Project page for the selected project. The local server to which you are connected is the Web server you first accessed. The link does not jump to the server on which the project is running.
Project Page for Network Project The network Project page displays links to the selected project’s data. Points Page for Network Project The network Points page displays through the local Web server interface when a user clicks Points on the Project page for a network project; the link does not jump to the server on which the selected project is running.
The display is, in essence, a snapshot of the values. When a user refreshes the browser screen, the values are updated. Link does not jump to the server on which the project is running. Displays the following point data for the selected project. Manuql a Search field in which users can enter criteria for which Point ID’s should display.
The Alarms page for the network project displays through the local server; a user does not jump to the server on which the selected project is running. Provides a link to a configured Alarm Viewer Control page.
The Alarm Report link did not jump to the server on which the project is running, e. An authorized user can perform the following functions through the Plant Edition Alarm Viewer page.
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The Manial and View Stack dialog boxes cannot currently be opened through the web browser. See the “Viewing CimView through Web Browsers” chapter in this manual for details about web browser limitations.
The Local link displays options on the local WebView server. This is the server that a user is connected to through the Web browser. An authorized user can perform the following functions through the default WebView Alarm Viewer Control. When a user clicks a link a screen will display for the selected screen through the Browser interface.