- In the Simulation control bar, click Add Break Condition. The Break Condition Detail dialog box appears.
To enable the break condition, select the Enable check box. To disable the break condition, clear the Enable check box. If you do not disable a break condition, the system continues to pause (break) when the condition is reached and prevents the application from executing.
Note: When a break condition is reached during a simulation, the user has the option to click Disable in the dialog box that appears. If the user clicks Disable, then the Enable check box is cleared.
To add a break condition point, do the following:
Note: The default setting shows only BACnet exposed points. To show all points, click Show All.
- Click the ellipsis (...) to browse. The Select Reference screen appears.
- In the Filter box, type part or all of the object name to filter the results.
- Select the object and attribute that you want.
- Click OK.
- Enter the Criteria and Value for your Variable object and click Add Break Condition.
- Fill in the remaining fields to define the break condition. The fields may vary (for example, numeric or enumeration) depending on the object you select.
- Click Add Break Condition.