Wonderware System Platform – InTouch View Client 2014 R2
The InTouch for System Platform 2014 R2 course is a 4-day, instructor-led class designed to provide a fundamental understanding of how Wonderware InTouch provides visualization for plant Galaxy data using ArchestrA symbols within the Wonderware Application Server software.
The focus of this course is to illustrate the use of visualization tools in Wonderware Application Server to provide a Human Machine Interface (HMI) with connectivity to the Galaxy, graphic symbols, animations, and scripting features and functionality in InTouch WindowMaker, ArchestrA symbols, the ArchestrA Symbol Editor, and QuickScript .NET.
The course provides lectures and hands-on labs to provide a fundamental understanding of, and reinforce knowledge about, how to design graphics and windows; apply alarm, trending, and history controls for visualization; and secure an InTouch application.
- Completion of an Application Server course
- Attendance at a Historian Client course (recommended to obtain knowledge of the Historian Client Trend component)
- Manufacturing industry experience
Application developers, engineers, system integrators, consultants, and other individuals who need to develop InTouch HMI applications for System Platform
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Create and deploy Managed InTouch applications using the ArchestrA IDE
- Use ArchestrA Situational Awareness symbols
- Embed ArchestrA symbols in automation objects and reference the object’s attributes
- Use ArchestrA symbols in a containment relationship
- Create ArchestrA symbols
- Work with the ArchestrA Alarm Client control for alarm visualization
- Work with the ArchestrA Situational Awareness trend pen symbols for customized trending
- Use the ArchestrA Trend Client control for real-time trending
- Work with the Historian Client Trend control for real-time trending
- Apply ArchestrA security in a Managed InTouch application
Module 1 – Introduction
Section 1 – Course Introduction: This section describes the Wonderware InTouch for System Platform course and outlines Wonderware software solutions. It also provides a high-level overview of System Platform and ArchestrA visualization.
Section 2 – System Platform Overview: This section describes the fundamental concepts and architecture of the Wonderware System Platform.
Section 3 – ArchestrA Visualization Overview: This section introduces ArchestrA graphics and creation of a Managed InTouch application.
Section 4 – System Requirements and Licensing: This section provides a detailed explanation of the system requirements necessary for Wonderware System Platform and the Licensing model.
Module 2 – Application Design Basics
Section 1 – ArchestrA Visualization Objects: This section introduces the InTouchViewApp and ViewEngine objects.
Section 2 – Development Environment and InTouch Windows: This section provides a brief overview of the features of the WindowMaker environment and its settings, and describes InTouch windows.
Section 3 – Runtime Environment and Application Design: This section provides a brief overview of the InTouch WindowViewer and the ViewEngine, and describes some WindowViewer settings.
Module 3 – ArchestrA Symbol Basics
Section 1 – ArchestrA Symbol Overview: This section provides a brief overview of ArchestrA graphics and introduces the Graphic Toolbox.
Section 2 – Situational Awareness Symbols: This section describes the Situational Awareness philosophy and describes the Situational Awareness symbols.
Section 3 – Element Styles: This section describes element style configuration in the Galaxy Style Library, how to update element styles at runtime, and how to import and export element styles.
Section 4 – ArchestrA Symbols with Objects: This section provides a brief overview of using ArchestrA symbols in objects. It introduces how to manage ArchestrA symbols in automation objects and reviews containment relationships between automation objects. This section also introduces how to use ArchestrA symbols in a contained object that is within a symbol in the container object.
Section 5 – ArchestrA Symbol Editor: This section covers the creation and manipulation of graphic objects, lines and outlines, text objects, images, and bitmaps using the ArchestrA Symbol Editor.
Section 6 – The OwningObject Property: This section introduces the OwningObject property.
Module 4 – ArchestrA Symbols Creation
Section 1 – Tools and Animations: This section provides a brief overview of the graphic tools in the ArchestrA Symbol Editor, visualization animations, and interaction animations. It also introduces the element style tool as a property of the element, describes how to apply Element Styles to elements, and explains element style animation.
Section 2 – Custom Properties: This section provides a brief overview of custom properties in an ArchestrA symbol and describes how to link custom properties to external sources.
Section 3 – Quality and Status Display: This section provides a brief overview of the status element and its application in monitoring data status and quality in runtime. It also discusses the quality and status display override in the Galaxy Style Library.
Section 4 – Scripts in ArchestrA Symbols: This section provides a brief overview of the scripting environment, explains execution types and triggers, and introduces ShowGraphic-related functions.
Module 5 – Alarm Visualization
Section 1 – ArchestrA Alarming: This section provides a brief review of the concept of alarms and events and how ArchestrA handles them. An introduction to Alarm Border animation and Alarms aggregation is also provided.
Section 2 – Live Alarms Visualization: This section provides a brief overview of how to visualize live alarms by using the ArchestrA Alarm control available from within the ArchestrA Symbol Editor.
Section 3 – Logged Alarms Visualization: This section provides a brief overview of how to visualize logged alarms in the alarm database.
Module 6 – Trend Visualization
Section 1 – Historization Review: This section provides a brief overview of the concepts of historization covered in the Wonderware Application Server course.
Section 2 – ArchestrA Situational Awareness Trend Symbols: This section introduces two Situational Awareness symbols for trending and explains how to configure them.
Section 3 – ArchestrA Trend Client Control: This section provides a brief overview of the ArchestrA Trend control available from within the ArchestrA Symbol Editor.
Section 4 – Historian Client Trend Control: This section provides a brief overview of the Historian Client .NET controls available for use in ArchestrA symbols.
Module 7 – Security