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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 is the Schedule summary widget?

Use this widget to view schedules associated with a space or a piece of equipment. The Schedule summary widget provides the following:
  • a visual representation of the monitored systems so that you can quickly check if a schedule associated with your space is enabled or disabled
  • a summary of how a space is affected by a scheduling strategy so that you can understand the complete picture
  • an effective method for verifying future schedules
  • a way to make bulk modifications to schedules so that you can respond quickly to required schedule changes
Figure 1. Schedule summary widget
Table 1. Schedule summary widget callouts
Number Name Description
1 Actions Select the required schedules and then click or tap ACTIONS to add exceptions, enable schedules, or disable schedules in bulk. You can also copy and paste a weekly schedule in this menu, if you select one schedule.
2 Individual schedule Click or tap to open a single Schedule widget.
3 Export

Exports the schedule data from all listed schedules to a .csv file. Use the Filter if you want to export a selection of schedules only.

Note: The export functionality is not supported on tablets or smartphones.
4 Filter Tap or click FILTER to filter schedules based on Equipment Definition. The schedules are then grouped together based on their equipment names.
5 Show Disabled check box Select this check box to view disabled schedules. Disabled schedules appear grayed out in the list.
6 Selection check box Click or tap Select This Page to select 100 schedules at a time. Click or tap Select All to select all schedules.

How do I add exceptions to multiple schedules?

  1. Select the schedules that you want to add exceptions to.
  2. Click or tap ACTIONS > Add Exception(s). The Add Exception wizard opens.
  3. Select the type of exception that you would like to build. If you select schedules that have different units, you are prompted to select the type of schedule and the type of units that you want to add an exception to.
    Note: If a change is made to the enumeration set or to the units in the SMP or the SCT, the Metasys UI application pool needs to be recycled before changes appear in the wizard. For more information on recycling the Metasys UI application pool, refer to the Metasys UI Technical Bulletin (LIT-12012116).
  4. Click NEXT.
  5. Complete the fields in the OCCURS window and the EVENTS window as appropriate. The following table lists the available options.
    Table 2. Add Exception wizard options
    Type window Occurs window Events window
    Long Running: Hold a single value over one or more days. Set the following values:
    • Start Date and Time
    • End Date and Time
    • Precedence
    Enter the value for the event.
    Daily: Repeat every day of the week with a date range. Set the following values:
    • Start Date
    • End Date
    • Precedence
    Click ADD EVENT to add an event to the schedule. Change the start time, stop time, and the value of the event.
    Weekly with Start Date: Repeat on a specific day of the week for a given number of weeks. Set the following values:
    • Day of Week
    • Start Date
    • Occurrences
    • Precedence
    Weekly - Always: Repeat on a specific day of the week with no end date. Set the following values:
    • Day of Week
    • Precedence
    Calendar Reference: Apply to the active days of an existing calendar. Set the following values:
    • Calendar Reference
    • Precedence
    Date: Apply to a single date. Set the following values:
    • Month
    • Day
    • Year
    • Day of Week
    • Precedence
    Date Range: Apply to a range of dates. For both Start Date and End Date set the following values:
    • Month
    • Day
    • Year
    • Day of Week
    • Precedence
    Week and Day: Apply to a day of the week within a specified month. Set the following values:
    • Month
    • Week of Week
    • Day of Week
    • Precedence
    Note: Assign a precedence level (1–16, where 1 receives the highest precedence) to each exception, regardless of type, to determine the order of execution. If you define two or more exceptions for the same date, the exception with the highest precedence executes.
  6. Click NEXT.
  7. Review the Effective Schedule in the PREVIEW window. The Preview window displays the effective schedule, which includes the weekly schedule, all exception schedules, and the default schedule command.
  8. Click SAVE to add the new exception schedule.

How do I disable or enable multiple schedules?

  1. Select the schedules that you want to disable or enable.
  2. Click or tap ACTIONS and then Enable Schedule(s) or Disable Schedule(s), as required. The Enable/Disable Schedules window opens.
  3. Review the information in the Preview. Click or tap SAVE.

How do I copy a Weekly Schedule?

  1. Select the schedule that you want to copy.
  2. Click or tap ACTIONS and then Copy Weekly Schedule.
  3. Select one or more schedules that you want to paste the copied schedules into.
  4. Click or tap ACTIONS and then Paste Weekly Schedule. The Paste Weekly Schedule wizard opens.
  5. Verify your selection and click or tap NEXT.
  6. Review the information in the Preview. Click or tap SAVE.

What does the message This schedule failed to write to one or more scheduled items with an exclamation point next to a schedule mean?

This message appears if the Schedule failed to write to one or more of its Scheduled Items. For example, this message appears when you disable a schedule. Click Details to learn more.