|Data extension identifier||System text (without spaces and diacritics). It is used for unambiguous identification of data extension in data item (e.g. for Extension property).|
The default value is "al".
|Target object (PmaAlarmGroup)||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 be a NON-LOCALIZED path to Pma object (it is evaluated after starting the application).
|Alarm template||The unique text identifier of an alarm of Template type (see "Template for dynamically created items" configurator), whose configuration is used.|
|Automatically generated alarm identifier||If checked, then the alarm identifier will be created automatically by the system (_autoN).|
|Alarm identifier||Manually enetered alarm identifier. |
This configurator sets the initial value of the property PmAlarmItem.Id.
|Alarm source||The text specifies the logical placement of an alarm in the technology. It has the same meaning as "Source" configurator for standalone configured alarms/events.|
|Alarm description defined here (otherwise from template)||If checked, then the alarm description is entered in the following configurator. Otherwise the template alarm description is used.|
|Alarm description (desc)|
|Value type||Method for obtaining value for evaluation (testing):|
0 - whole value - The whole value is used.Non zero value causes activation, zero value causes deactivation.
1 - defined bit - Value of specified bit is used.Non zero value causes activation, zero value causes deactivation.
pVal: The value of PmVar.Value variable for simple usage in the expression.
pDE: Reference to data extension object (for obtaining other values from data extension or from variable).
pVar: Reference to the PmVar object of the data extension.
|Activate alarm on low value (negate test)||If checked, then the result of tested value will be understood the other way round, i.e. zero value causes activation and zero value causes deactivation.|