Change Results Viewer Overview - Metasys - LIT-12011942 - Software Application - ODS Server - 10.1

Metasys Open Data Server Help

Brand
Metasys
Product name
ODS Server
Document type
User Guide
Document number
LIT-12011942
Version
10.1
Revision date
2019-10-14
Language
English

The Change Results Viewer displays the result entries for the global commands and global modifications sent during the current user session. You can access the Change Results Viewer by selecting Change Results from the View Menu.

Note: The Change Results Viewer screen is available for global commands and global modifications only. Single object commands and modifications do not appear in the Change Results Viewer.
Figure 1. Change Results Viewer Screen

Table 1. Change Results Viewer Screen Components

Column/Button

Description

Change Results Table

Displays the results of all global commands/modifications sent during the current user session.

If you select an item in the table and place your cursor over it within each column, tooltips appear providing more information, if available.

Any data that does not fit within the columns is identified by an ellipsis (. . .). You can resize the column or place your cursor over the table cell to see its tooltip text.

If you send another global command/modification at a later time during the current user session, the result entries are added to any existing result entries from prior commands/modifications sent during the session.

The most recent entry appears at the top of this table by default. If desired, you can sort the results.

See the Working with the Change Results Viewer section for more information on manipulating and using the table data.

When

Displays the date and time the command/modification was sent.

Item

Displays the name of the object to which the command/modification was sent. The object’s full reference identifier appears in a tooltip when you place the cursor over the name.

Change Type

Displays the type of command/modification sent.

Parameters

Displays the list of parameters for the command/modification that was sent. For example, for a Release command, an attribute and priority such as Present Value, 15 (Scheduling) appear in the Parameters column.

Status

Displays the status of the command/modification that was sent (for example, OK or an explanation of failure).

Notes:

  • An OK status for a command indicates the supervisory device validated and accepted the command, but does not necessarily indicate the command executed successfully. There may be cases where the command is accepted, but fails execution. For example, a Route command to a trend extension may be accepted by the supervisory device with a status of OK; but if the actual routing of the trend data fails due to the ADS ODS offline or other error, the failure is noted in the Audit log at that point in time.
  • An OK status for a modification indicates the modification executed successfully.

Clear Results Viewer

Deletes all the entries from the Change Results Viewer and adds an entry to indicate when it cleared those entries.

Copy

Copies the selected change results to the Clipboard for pasting into other applications such as Microsoft Excel® or Word®.

Save to File

Saves the current content of the change results table to a text file.