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Thread: Recipe change logging

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    Default Recipe change logging in Runtime

    Is it possible to log recipe changes in Runtime with date and time, the recipe changed, which parameter was changed and who changed it?

    I've heard that the CEL could be used for this but don't have the details. How would one use the CEL for this?
    Last edited by ivavid : 8th June 2021 at 07:19 Reason: added "in Runtime"
    zenon Supervisor 8.20 build 82266 64-bit

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    Default Re: Recipe change logging

    hi,

    please check by doing changes as below


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    Default Re: Recipe change logging

    Thanks! After some trial and error we got it working.

    The text that appears in the CEL doesn't appear to be based on the text in the fields marked in the attached image. It's unclear where that text is used in Runtime.

    In order to change the text that appears in the CEL we used a language file where text that does appear in a recipe change CEL entry can be replaced.

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    Last edited by ivavid : 8th June 2021 at 07:48 Reason: missing image
    zenon Supervisor 8.20 build 82266 64-bit

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