Create an operation message

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MessagesET/MT-3x6 (2x8) - SeriesOperation messagesCreate an operation message

 

Create a new operation message via the Object Explorer in the directory operation messages.

 

There are three ways to create operation messages.

 

Version 1)

 

ObjctExpl_messages

 

Click on the operation message symbol
Click the right mouse-button.
In the context menu, select menu item "New"

 

CntxtMnu_NewFaultMessage

 

Version 2)

 

ObjctExpl_messages

 

Click on the operation message symbol
Press the keys "Ctrl. + I"

 

Version 3)

 

ObjctExpl_messages

 

Click on the operation message symbol
Open the "Edit" menu
Select menu item "New"

 

Mnu_EditNew

 

The operation messages basic dialogue will pop up.

 

Dlg_OperationMsg

 

 

Explanation of properties:

 

Name:

Freely assignable operation message name

Accept the default name or create a new name. You may change the name at any later time.

Message text:

Text shown when an operation message is activated.

Enter the desired text 1) for the operation message.

Group:

For a better overview operation messages can be grouped.

Allocation of operation messages to groups. This allocation to groups improves clarity and enables you to sort or copy messages by groups.

Comment:

Freely assignable comment

Enter information on the relevant field into the comment field. Comments serve explanatory purposes in  SPSPlusWIN

Process connection:

Information on the process connection

The process connection shown informs the user about the address accessed by the variable.

 

*1)

The length of operation messages depends on the target device.

 

 

Name:

Group:

Message text:

Priority:

Number:

Process connection:

Comment:

 

 

Area OPTIONS:

Printer

History

Horn

Lamp

Relay

 

To activate horn and lamp, System variables have been reserved which can be accessed via the Configuration target device dialogue.

 

see also:

Kapitelseite Variables in fault messages

Kapitelseite operation messages

 

 

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