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Preconfiguration "PmTrend - Trend group"

Creates the PmTrend object.
 
This preconfiguration can be activated when creating a new object (e.g. by "New object" in the local object menu or by pressing the Insert key after selecting the object) and is included in the group: " / Basic".

This preconfiguration can be used with the objects: PmFolder or PmRoot.

These configurators can be set before the preconfiguration is created:
The name of created objectName of the object created in the application object tree. This is a system name and must not contain empty string, diacritics, spaces and the first character must not be a number.

Default: "Trend".

Group ID identifierIdentifier of the trend group. It is a mandatory item. The trend group represents the PmTrend object and the designer must ensure that two groups do not use the same identifier. This identifier is used for example for addressing a value in trend viewer. If, for example, group1 is set, then the internet URL address of this group data may be http://computername/group1 (if the PmTrend object enables the data for the Internet in the PmTrend > Web server page using the PmWeb object). In such case the computername is the name of the computer where the trend server is running, and group1 is the Web component identifier in the Web server page (this name is identical with the name in this configurator).

Macro expression can be used for input (it is evaluated while the application is launching).

This is a system name and must not contain empty string, diacritics, spaces and the first character must not be a number.

After this preconfiguration is created, the configurator is se to: PmTrend > Trend > Group ID identifier.

User defined name of the groupUser defined name of the group (or the PmTrend object). This name is used for viewing as user identification of the group.

Macro expression can be used for input (it is evaluated while the application is launching).

After this preconfiguration is created, the configurator is se to: PmTrend > Trend > User defined name of the group.

Storage typeStorage type to disk, see Trend storage technology comparison.

After this preconfiguration is created, the configurator is se to: PmTrend > Storage > Storage type.

Do not save to disk
Database dBase backups
Promotic binary file cyclic
Database MS SQL Server cyclic
Database Oracle cyclic
Database MySQL cyclic
Database FireBird cyclic
Database Access cyclic
Database Access backups (obsolete)
Database MS SQL Server backups (obsolete)
Enable as Web componentIt indicates if this object has to be registered as a Web server component

After this preconfiguration is created, the configurator is se to: PmPanel > Web server > Enable as Web component.

PmWeb objectPath in the objects tree to the PmWeb, PmWebFolder or PmWebLang object where the registration is carried out.

Macro expression can be used for input (it is evaluated while the application is launching).

After this preconfiguration is created, the configurator is se to: PmPanel > Web server > PmWeb object.

Automatic value saving after launch is enabledIf checked, the automatic value saving after application launch is enabled. The PmTrend contains an internal timer (similar to the PmTimer object), allowing to save the selected values after defined time period. During each automatic saving (new record) the onAddRecord event is fired, the same way as during saving the values via the Run or RunTime methods. This event can be used for preparing the data to be saved.

After this preconfiguration is created, the configurator is se to: PmTrend > Trend > Automatic value saving after launch is enabled.

Autosave period [s]Autosave period in seconds. Each time this period passes the Run method is called internally, which first generates the onAddRecord event and then saves all current values from the Data page.

After this preconfiguration is created, the configurator is se to: PmTrend > Trend > Autosave period [s].

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