|Identifier||The unique text identifier of the item in the group that enables to refer to the event item in the application code. |
This configurator sets the initial value of the PmEventItem.Id property.
|Source||The text that specifies the logical placement of an event item in the technology. |
This configurator sets the initial value of the PmEventItem.Source property.
It is used in the viewer of an event group by the end user for filtering the items according to the source. It means that it enables to show only those event items of the group that refer to the specified source.
|Description (desc)||The description of an event item itself. |
This configurator sets the initial value of the PmEventItem.Description property.
The main text of the item that is seen by the end user in the viewer of an event group.
|Priority||Priority of the event item. |
This configurator sets the initial value of the Priority property.
0 = low
5 = medium
10 = high
|Enabled||Enable/disable the state change of an event item in the running application. |
This configurator sets the initial value of the PmAlarmItem.Enabled property.
|Template for dynamically created items||The event item meant only for the development environment that serves as a template for creating dynamic event items in the running application. See: PmaAlarmGroup.RegisterNew and PmaAlarmGroup.ActivateNew.|
|Delete inactive||If Yes, then the event item is deleted from the list if it becomes inactive. For events, see the state inactive acknowledged (green). It has sense only as a template for creating dynamic event items.|
By parent - The value is not set locally. It is taken from the setting the PmaEventGroup group Delete inactive (valid only for dynamically created items).
No - Inactive items are not deleted and they will exist from now on. Caution! Then at the dynamic event items it can come into the unlimited build-up of their count.
Yes - Inactive items are deleted and they won't exist from now on. It is suitable first of all for dynamic event items that are repeatedly generated by the PmaEventGroup.ActivateNew method. The event item doesn't appear in the viewer of the states (it has no sense for events mostly) and it appears only in the viewer of the history.