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Data extension configuration: ExtAlarmAnalog

Description:
Data extension configuration ExtAlarmAnalog - An extension for alarming the analog value
Configuration items:
Data extension identifierSystem text (without spaces and diacritics). It is used for unambiguous identification of data extension in data item (e.g. for Extension property).

The preset value is "al".

Target object (PmAlarmEvent) Path to the target object of appropriate type, in which the data item must be registered. The object can also be selected by the button on the right.

Macro expression can be used for input, the result must bea NON-LOCALIZED path to PROMOTIC object (it is evaluated while the application is launching).

Alarm templateThe unique text identifier of an alarm/event of Template type (see the configurator "Template for dynamically created items"), whose configuration is used.
Automatically generated alarm identifierIf checked, then the alarm identifier will be created automatically by the system (_autoN).
Alarm identifierManually enetered alarm identifier.

This configurator sets the initial value of the property PmAlarmEventItem.Id.

Alarm sourceThe text that specifies the logical placement of an alarm/event in the technology. It has the same meaning as Source configurator for standalone configured alarms/events.

Macro expression can be used for input ($.text ..) (it is evaluated while the window is opening). Caution: Macro expression $vb can not be used for input.

Inactivate typeThe configurator specifies the behaviour of an alarm/event item during the inactivation by the PmAlarmEventItem.Inactivate method. Meant only for the item of the Alarm type (not Event).
By parent -
0 = automatic inactivation during activation - The inactivation doesn't do anything, the item is always inactive.
1 = pure inactivation - The inactivation makes only the item inactive.
2 = inactivation and automatic acknowledgement - The inactivation makes the item inactive together with the automatic acknowledgement. The item becomes inactive, acknowledged.
Check 2nd high limit (HIHI)If checked, then the limit value can be entered and this limit exceeding will be alarmed.
2nd high limitValue of this limit. Appears only if it is enabled to check this limit.

This configurator sets the initial value of the property Max2.

Check 1st high limit (HI)If checked, then the limit value can be entered and this limit exceeding will be alarmed.
1st high limitValue of this limit. Appears only if it is enabled to check this limit.

This configurator sets the initial value of the property Max1.

Check 1st low limit (LO)If checked, then the limit value can be entered and this limit exceeding will be alarmed.
1st low limitValue of this limit. Appears only if it is enabled to check this limit.

This configurator sets the initial value of the property Min1.

Check 2nd low limit (LOLO)If checked, then the limit value can be entered and this limit exceeding will be alarmed.
2nd low limitValue of this limit. Appears only if it is enabled to check this limit.

This configurator sets the initial value of the property Min2.

Note:
This configuration window can be opened from Data extensions configurator in the data item of the PmData object.
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