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Metasys UI Help

Brand
Metasys
Product name
Metasys UI
Document type
User Guide
Document number
LIT-12011953
Version
7.0.50
Revision date
2024-03-19
Product status
Active
Language
English

What are Action Tables?

The Action Tables widget is available on Interlock and Multiple Command objects. Use Action Tables to configure the actions that execute based on the object's configured attribute. You can define which commands to send to which target object.
Note: For MVE on Metasys UI, see Action Tables widget for MVE on Metasys UI for more information.

What are the requirements to use Action Tables?

You require View and Modify Items permission for the authorization category of the relevant object to configure the actions in the Action Tables.

How do I access the Action Tables widget?

  1. Click on the Multiple Command or Interlock object in the Network tree.
  2. Action Tables is the default widget on Page 1 for Multiple Command objects and Page 2 for Interlock objects.

How do I use the Action Tables?

The following figure and table describe how to use the Action Tables for a Multiple Command object.
Figure 1. Blank Action Tables after object creation in Edit mode
Table 1. Action Tables callouts
Number Name Description
1 Relinquish Default list Specifies the default value to be used for the Present Value attribute when no commands are currently controlling this object. If this attribute is configured to any value other than None, the object sends commands for the value immediately.
2 Add New Items to All Conditions check box Select the Add New Items to All Conditions check box and click the Add Item icon to create an action item for all states. Clear the check box and click the Add Item icon to create an action item for individual states.
3 All Commands Priority check box Select the All Commands Priority check box if you want to use the same priority for all commands in the Action Tables. For example, if you choose Operator Override, the command priority automatically sets to Operator Override (8) for every item listed in the Action Tables. Clear the check box to enable individual priority selection for the commands in the Action Tables.
4 Commands Priority list Select the command priority that you want from the list. Commands Priority determines the order by importance for all commands sent. Commands with a lower priority number are of higher priority or are more critical than commands with a higher priority number. For example, Manual Life Safety (1) is of higher priority than Scheduling (15).
5 Delete Item icon Select one or more items that you want to delete and click the Delete Item icon to delete items from the Action Tables.
6 Add Item icon Click to add one or more items from the Network tree or User Views tree.
7 Actions Select one or more items and click ACTIONS to take one of the following actions:
  • Set Command: Choose the type of command to send to the object.
  • Set Priority: Choose the priority at which to send the command.
  • Set Delay: Choose the amount of time, in seconds, that each command waits to be sent, after a change in condition.
  • Remove: Remove the items from the Action Tables.
Note: The items must be of the same type for Actions to work. For example, a Set Command does not work when you select an AV and BV.
8 Select All check box Select the Select All check box to select all items in the tables. Clear the check box to clear the selected items.