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Thread: How to show alarms with status bit "Revision" in alarm list

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    Default How to show alarms with status bit "Revision" in alarm list

    Hi,

    How to show alarms with status bit "Revisionž1" in alarm list.
    I try to use alarm filter with status revision bit 1 but nothing shows
    in rema where revision bit is 1 chek mark checked in alarm list.
    But in runtime alarm list is empty.

    How to create alarm list or something else to show Only blocked signals

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: How to show alarms with status bit "Revision" in alarm list

    Hi,

    Alarm and statusbit revision TRUE is a bit of a contradiction. The statusbit "revision" means that no alarm will be generated for this variable. Basically all alarm entries in the alarm list should have the revision bit set to FALSE (0).

    You can configure a reaction matrix, with a condition where the revision bit set to "1" and e.g. the value is "1", and activate the checkbox "in alarmlist", however this will not work.

    If you would like a list of all variables that have the statusbit "revision" set to TRUE, (for which no alarms are generated) please have a look at the variable diagnosis screen, and be sure to include the column "status".

    Simply create a new screen, set the screen type, create a screen switch function, and in the runtime define the filter for the column "status" for e.g. *REV*


    Regards,
    Mark

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