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$MountObject for Operator Station Configuration 1 month 2 weeks ago #11415

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Hello Expert

following Designer's Guide to learning how to configure operator station, some confused about plant and node configure, somewhere can find step by step instructions for mountobject of process volume, connect plant signal in Ge Editor, etc.


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$MountObject for Operator Station Configuration 1 month 2 weeks ago #11416

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Hi Daniel,
I advise you to follow this tutorial (Tutoriel N°12: configuration d'un système multistation):


You will find informations about $MountObject.

About connecting objects in GE editor, you can see the tutorial#6 (see documentation page).
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$MountObject for Operator Station Configuration 1 month 2 weeks ago #11417

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Hi Benhoit

Thank you for your response my question, I watched your video. unfortunately, I don't understand French, but I think understand the content of the video. I following your tutorial try to mount a process object, not successful, see attached screenshot, what I did wrong? my ProviewR version is V5.9.0-2.


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$MountObject for Operator Station Configuration 1 month 2 weeks ago #11418

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Hi Daniel,
The 'Object' attributes for $MountObject objects are not correct.

In the VolOpTrafficCross1 volume config:

> TrafficCross1 $MountObject (Plant side) ....... 'Object' attribute = VolTrafficCross1-TrafficCross1

> TrafficCross1 $MountObject (Node side) ....... 'Object' attribute = VolTrafficCross1-Nodes-TrafficCross1

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$MountObject for Operator Station Configuration 1 month 2 weeks ago #11419

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Hello Ben,

for $MountObject, the object attribute format is '-O0.0.0.0:0', not a string type.

Screenshotfrom2022-05-1214-46-41.png



in Designer's Guide V5.9.0, 4.7-4.8 description it's object ID with index. I gust that object ID may same with process rootvolume ID, but I couldn't found where define the index.


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Best wishes,

Daniel
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$MountObject for Operator Station Configuration 1 month 2 weeks ago #11420

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Hi Daniel,

Object identities are normally displayed with object names, and can be inserted with object names. In this case you have to state the full names, ie VolTrafficCross1:TrafficCross1 and VolTrafficCross1:Nodes-TrafficCross1. Note the colon after the volume name.

If the object of the identity is from another project, you have to insert in identity format, and this is diplayed by selecting the object in the configurator and type the command 'show objid'. Open the command prompt with ctrl+B.

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