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Create new project
create 2 buttons
Select them both, and lock them
Click outside the buttons, so un-select them
Select them both again, and right-click mouse.
Watch that "Lock" AND "Unlock" are active --> which is not correct.
BTW: this is the same (not good) situation when you Group buttons....
It has been implemented from iRidium Studio 220.127.116.1117
*.siprz on Windows 8.1 is not opening by default in iRidium Studio. Trivial but annoying
Please add this default in the installation :)
It is a beta setup. Apps from beta setup hasn't relatIons to files. In release version, relations will be added.
If you want, you should add a relation by manually.
I use the server (for test) with a i2control client and with a KNX driver.
And with the server it's OK for the KNX driver (commands and feedback).
Thank you to answer these questions, I would like to move forward on the server test project (data base) with a panel control project (i2control).
In the documentation it writes (see above): Virtual variables are available for editing from a control panel. You mean from a control panel in the Studio development tool ?
I understood that the Virtual-tags could be changed from a control panel (i2control). It is not the case ?
The Virtual-Tags variables is the database on the server ?
In I/O and Virtual-Tags:
This point is not clear and is not explained.
What does the "Persist"?
In French is thought understand: a saved data. It is not in your document
To save a data in the database must select only the data type "Stored In DB" ?
Or also I have to put Persist = Yes
Is it possible to transfer variables from the database (Virtual-Tags) to a client application i2control ?
Is it possible to transfer data from a client application i2control to the database (Virtual-Tags) server ?
And if yes, how do I transfer the data ?
I cannot find what is described in the article above to adjust the server logging levels
Please tell me where to look to find these settings, am I in the right version?
1. Panel project Settings:
2. Server Project Settings button is disabled
3. Panel project driver properties:
4. Server project Drivers
1. Setting in iRidium GUI Editor (Setup of system logs)
- Click Settings
The idea is ether to add fields that can't be edited that display 2 and Free styles for 3-level address or to show in the editable parameter for KNX IP Router -> Group Address Styles.
|3-Level;||2/2/2 = 00010/010/00000010b|
|2-Level;||2/514 = 00010/010 00000010b|
|Free-Level;||4610 = 00010 010 00000010b|
A project can be switched between levels 2 and 3 in ETS. But if it is FREE, one has to think that 2/2/2 has to be sent to 4610 address.
When importing .knxproj-files in iridium Studio, commands are visible in 'Feedback' tree and feedbacks are visible in 'Command' tree.
A command to switch on/off a light, is also visible in 'Feedbacks'.
A feedback to show the temperature from a Weather station is also visible in 'Commands'.
It takes much time to cleanup all these wrong imported items: installers have to delete manually all feedbacks that are visible in 'Commands', and remove all commands that visible in 'Feedbacks'.
We expected this was fixed after 4 years of experience with KNX...
Hi team, happy new year. A new year is coming and a new idea is coming too.
When I convert an old project into a new iridium panel project all the drivers will be lost, all the associations will be lost because if a put all the old driver in the server project the name will change. It would be a good idea if you create a simple tool to export old drivers (all togheter) into excel format from the previuos version and import the same file modified (users will made all the changes they need in excel, more easy) and then read the drivers from that excel table. This will be very useful when you have many drivers and associacions. Or if for you will be more esy done this directly in iridium, but I think is more difficult than using an excel table, like the one used to import modbus register already done. Sorry for my explanation but if you need more detailed info, fell free to ask. Best regards, and happy new year.
С учетом выхода iridium server получается есть два варианта настроить подключение панелей iridium к iridium server'у:
1. Связать проект панели с проектом сервера, подключение панелей на порт 30464 сервера.
2. Использовать компонент modbus tcp server на стороне iridium server, а на стороне панелей поднять modbus tcp master, которые и будут связаны с сервером через порт 502. ИЛИ это не возможно?
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