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    Default New AML record

    Hi! How can i add new record to AML list?
    I know, how to add it to CEL: thisProject.Cel().WriteCelString , but need AML
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    Default AW: New AML record

    Hi,

    you can only "add entries" to the AML by creating Alarms.

    To do so simply set a value in the API to trigger a limit violation.

    Regards,
    Bernhard

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    Default Re: AW: New AML record

    Thus, i can't define random text to AML from VBA?
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    Default AW: Re: AW: New AML record

    Quote Originally Posted by diemon View Post
    Thus, i can't define random text to AML from VBA?
    You can, e.g. by using dynamic limit texts, where you could write your "random" text to another variable which is used for the limit text before triggering the alarm.

    See also manual (Manual -> Variables -> Limits -> Dynamic Limit Text)
    Dynamic limit text:
    Allows to include the current values of other variables in the limit text of a variable and in the limit text of reaction matrices. You can also link a fixed text with keywords from a language table via an index.

    Regards,
    Bernhard

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