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Attach an I/O system problem 4 years 6 days ago #10004

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I am going through the IO guide

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This sections contains an example of how to attach an I/O system to Proview.

I have added a new Class as described in the manual and I may have missed something.

When I open my project volume I get a warning that the new Global class volume does not exist in the project database

The new class shows up under AllCasses but I cannot select it for the Node object.

"Select a class" shows up in the help text at the bottom





Any thoughts on what I may be doing wrong?
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Attach an I/O system problem 4 years 4 days ago #10008

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You have to activate Functions/Update classes in the root volume configurator menu.

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Attach an I/O system problem 4 years 3 days ago #10011

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Yes, thank you, That was it.
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Attach an I/O system problem 4 years 2 days ago #10013

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The IO system step by step guide talks about the environment variable $pwrp_src.

>echo $pwrp_src is not defined. Where is $pwrp_src?

>echo $pwrp_obj yields /pwrp/x86_64_linux/obj

I have compiled other project c code into obj files and placed them in
/usr/pwrp/hscada55/bld/x86_64_linux/obj/

I assume I can do the same thing, compile the new IO system c code into obj manually and then place the obj file in /usr/pwrp/hscada55/bld/x86_64_linux/obj/.
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Attach an I/O system problem 4 years 2 days ago #10016

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$pwrp_src is replaced by $pwrp_appl, but obviously not in the IO guide...

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Attach an I/O system problem 4 years 1 day ago #10026

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$pwrp_appl is not defined either.

That's okay I have all winter to look through it and learn.
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