|The name of created object||Name of the object created in the tree of Pma objects. The maximum name length is 30 characters. This is a system name, so it must contain only alphanumeric and must not contain any diacritics, empty string, spaces and the first character must not be a number.
|Alarm group identifier||The unambiguous identifier of an alarm group in the application.|
|Displayed group name||The displayed name of an alarm group. It is used in viewers, print-outs, etc. The name doesn't need to be entered (can be empty string) - then the group name is not displayed anywhere. It has sense only if there is only one alarm group in the application.|
|Storage type||The history storage type:
Text file (*.al)
dBase III file (*.dbf)
MS SQL database
Remote connection via the Web
|Member of logical groups||The list of the logical groups identifiers (the comma ',' is the separator), the object belongs into (it is a group member), see the "Logical groups" configuration window.
The logical group selection can be done in the "Member of logical groups" window.
After the preconfiguration is created, the "PmaObject > Object > Member of logical groups" configurator will be set to this value.
|Area||Marking the area where the alarm group belongs (group or subgroup). All alarm items of one PmaAlarmGroup object belong to the same area. It goes about an arbitrary string that allows to users easier filtering the set values when watching the group. It is useful first of all when more objects PmaAlarmGroup store the data to the common file (see the "Parent enabled" configurator).|
|Parent enabled||If checked, then the parent group can be set in the "Parent" configurator.|
|Parent||alarm items (PmAlarmItem objects) arise and are stored to disk in the parent group. alarm groups are displayed in the state viewer or in the history viewer also in this parent group. Filtering in the viewer according to the "Area" configurator allows to display items only of the certain alarm group in the frame of the parent group.|
|With panels for viewing alarm states and alarm history||Also creates panels for viewing alarm states and alarm history connected to this group
Yes - Panels will be created as subobjects of the PmaAlarmGroup object.
|Enable as Web component||Specifies whether this object has to be registered as a Web server component
After the preconfiguration is created, the "PmaPanel > Web server > Enable as Web component" configurator will be set to this value.
|PmaWeb object||Path in the tree of Pma objects to the object PmaWeb, PmaWebFolder or PmaWebLang where the registration is carried out.
Macro expression can be used for input (it is evaluated after starting the application).
After the preconfiguration is created, the "PmaPanel > Web server > PmaWeb object" configurator will be set to this value.