Perform a complete 2.43 I/NET install on a clean workstation and integrate with StruxureWare Building Operation 1.3.x or higher

Issue

Perform a complete 2.43 I/NET install on a clean workstation with integration with StruxureWare Building Operation 1.3.x or higher

Product Line

TAC I/NET, SmartStruxure Solution

Environment

I/NET 2.43 in conjunction with StruxureWare Building Operation 1.3

Cause

Before starting the upgrade, please ensure the following:
I/NET system installed is performing well

  • Communications – reliable
  • Alarms - Routing masks configured
  • Application sequences - tuned
  • Points - enabled and calibrated
  • Devices - online
  • Database - backed up

If not, then these issues should be resolved before proceeding.
SmartStruxure Solution will add functionality, but will not resolve existing performance issues.

Verify architecture:
All controllers, workstations, & the I/NET database can remain including: (for a complete list, see LL article 11003)

  • All LAN Controllers
  • All Sub-LAN Controllers
  • HVAC and Security applications

Replace all TAPS with dial-up connections with LAN connections:

  • Xenta 527
  • Xenta 527-web
  • NetPlusRouter 2000 (discontinued but supported)

Verify I/NET system size is supported by the version of StruxureWare Building Operation to be installed

Upgrade TAC I/NET software and firmware:

  • I/NET Seven v2.43+ on workstation
  • v2.42 compatible controller firmware versions

Note: All I/NET controllers will require this update

 

For more information on version compatibility see Lessons Learned Article #7984.

Resolution

Click here for a video summary of the integration process after all installations have been completed.

Perform a complete I/NET install of build 23xx on a virgin machine

  1. Install I/NET build 23xx from CD
  2. Run "setup.exe"
  3. Enter the I/NET Subkey information
  4. Verify SQL data base gets installed
  5. Run Dbcreate


Make I/O Server runs as a Service

  1. From the windows “Command Prompt” (CMD).
  2. Change the directory to the following path; C:\Program Files\ Inet Seven\
  3. Next add; C:\Program Files\ Inet Seven\ inetiosrv /unregserver
  4. Select enter
  5. Then add; C:\Program Files\ Inet Seven\ inetiosrv /service
  6. Select enter.
  7. Close CMD window.
  8. Go into “My Computer” right click select “Manage”
  9. Then select “Services” and Look for “Inet7Iosrv” and it should be set Automatic.
  10. Verify that I/O server is now running I/NET as a “Service”. ******IOSrv will now be running in the back ground when the PC boots up****

Set I/O server to "Maintain"

Set "Host" Mask" for your specified controllers

--------->recommend reboot to ensure Inet7Iosrv is running as a service at this time<-------


Ensure you have a current License file

  1. CD or provided by Order Entry
  2. Verify that you see the "StruxureWare_License_File.asr" (current name of file changes with each release of license file)
  3. Save the file to folder on workstation in License Tool Folder

Perform a install of StruxureWare Building Operation License 

  1. Select build of interest ex 1.3.0.xx
  2. Locate and click the Licensing Tool folder
  3. Click on the StruxureWare.License.Administrator-1.3.0.xx.exe
  4. After the loading process completes, click “next” on the Welcome to the StruxureWare screen
  5. Click the “I agree” button at the License Agreement screen
  6. Uncheck the License Server component and Click the “Next” button at the Choose components screen
  7. Click “Install” at the License Server Configuration screen
  8. Once install completes, click the “next” button
  9. Click “Finish” at the Completing the StruxureWare 1.3 screen
  10. Verify the License Administrator by selecting Start=>All programs=>Schneider Electric=>StruxureWare 1.3=> StruxureWare License Administrator
  11. Verify License Administrator editor appears
  12. To load the License File select the “Licenses” tab
  13. Select the Add License drop down=>Add License from File
  14. Point to your License file and click “open”
  15. After License Load click the close button
  16. Verify the License file gets loaded and Status is Valid
  17. Click “Ok”


Perform a complete install of Device Administrator

  1. Select Device Administrator.exe in build of interest
  2. On Welcome screen select Next
  3. Agree to End User License
  4. On Choose Components leave default and select Next
  5. After install select Next
  6. Finish the Device Administrator installation

Perform a complete install of ES

  1. Select build of interest ex 1.3.0.xx
  2. Locate and click the WinES folder
  3. Click on the StruxureWare.Enterprise.Server-1.3.0.xx.exe
  4. After the loading process completes, click “next” on the Welcome to the StruxureWare screen
  5. Click the “I agree” button at the License Agreement screen
  6. Click the “Next” button at the Choose components screen
  7. Verify database location and Click the “Next” button at the Choose install Location for database
  8. Click the “Next” button at the Enterprise Server Configuration screen
  9. Click “Install” at the License Server Configuration screen
  10. Once install completes, click the “next” button
  11. Click “Finish” at the Completing the StruxureWare 1.3 screen
  12. Verify the Server is running by selecting Start=>All programs=>Schneider Electric=>StruxureWare 1.3=> StruxureWare Software Administrator
  13. Reboot PC to sync the services
  14. After reboot verify that the ES and I/O Server is running as a service. The ES is hard coded when an I/NET interface is present; I/NET service is automatically start first. That is why when the system is restarted it always comes up in the correct order.
     


Perform a complete install of .Net Framework 4.0 "Microsoft .NET Framework 4 (Web Installer)"'

  1. Verify .net Framework 4.0 is not installed (look if listed in add/remove programs)
  2. Go to http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=17851
  3. Verify you are attempting to download "Microsoft .NET Framework 4 (Web Installer)"
  4. Verify download .exe is "dotNetFx40_Full_setup.exe"
  5. click the "download" button
  6. Verify .net downloads successfully


Perform a complete install of Workstation

  1. Select build of interest ex 1.3.0.xx
  2. Locate and click the NspClients folder
  3. Click on the StruxureWare.Workstation-1.3.0.xx.exe
  4. After the loading process completes, click “next” on the Welcome to the StruxureWare screen
  5. Click the “I agree” button at the License Agreement screen
  6. Click the “Next” button at the Choose components screen
  7. Verify Installation type and Click the “Next” button at the Workstation installation Type Screen
  8. Click “Install” at the License Server Configuration screen
  9. Once install completes, click the “next” button
  10. Click “Finish” at the Completing the StruxureWare 1.3 screen
  11. Verify the Workstation is running by selecting Start=>All programs=>Schneider Electric=>StruxureWare 1.3=> StruxureWare Workstation
  12. Verify "Building Operation workstation" screen appears
  13. Select either Windows or Other User, enter user name and password and select "log on" (for assistance, view Lessons Learned Article #8003)
  14. Select either the Administration or Engineering view
  15. Verify Workstation System tree screen appear


Verify that Device Discovery + I/NET Devices shows all Links and controllers

  1. Select and Right click on top of tree "Server 1" Object - example: "Server 1" within the System Tree Pane
  2. Click New => Interface
  3. Verify "Create Object" window appears
  4. Within the "name the object" select "I/NET Interface"
  5. Create a name - example: "I/NET Interface"
  6. Click "create
  7. Select Server 1
  8. Select "Device Discovery" tab
  9. Click drop down using the "Select device type"
  10. Select "I/NET devices"
  11. Verify Links and controllers appear in List view


Verify that Drag and Drop and Upload (Get Configuration) works correctly

  1. Select Server 1
  2. Select "Device Discovery" tab
  3. Click drop down using the "Select device type"
  4. Select "Inet devices"
  5. Verify Links appear in list view
  6. Select desired Link and expand Link
  7. Verify DCU's appear within the Link
  8. Select the DCU within I/NET devices - example: "DCU 9551- DCU - 7728-x "
  9. Drag and drop the selected DCU into "I/NET Interface"
  10. Verify the DCU dragged successfully.
  11. Select the created DCU - example: "I/NET DCU (1)" within the System Tree Pane
  12. Click the "Properties" tab
  13. Go to the "Configuration" window within "Properties" tab
  14. Verify the "Link Number"(LL) and 'Station Number"(SS) info
  15. Click the Actions => Upload" or right click=>Upload
  16. Select the "List View" tab
  17. Verify all of the Points objects for the DCU controller appears and is online.


Verify that you can drag and drop and perform a Upload (Get Configuration) all point types and controllers

  1. Select Server 1
  2. Select "Device Discovery" tab
  3. Click drop down using the "Select device type"
  4. Select "Inet devices"
  5. Verify Links and controllers appear in list view
  6. Select desired Link/s and expand Link
  7. Verify controllers appear within the Link
  8. Select multiple controllers of different point types within I/NET devices
  9. Drag and drop the selected controllers into "I/NET Interface"
  10. Verify the controllers dragged successfully.
  11. Select "I/NET Interface" select the List view tab
  12. Select multiple controllers types within List view
  13. Click the Actions => Upload" or right click=>Upload
  14. Verify all of the Points objects for the DCU controller appears


Perform a Update firmware (DCU Download) to a downloadable DCU type from StruxureWare Building Operation.

  1. Verify the Binary file for the selected DCU at the following location: C:\INET Seven Data\Data
  2. Copy the Binary file
  3. Rename the existing Binary file and make sure the file updates.
  4. Within StruxureWare, Right click on the specified DCU
  5. Click the "Update firmware"
  6. Verify the Software Restore Editor appears.
  7. Locate the Link, Site and or station of the DCU
  8. Select the Software and Database options
  9. Verify software directory is C:\INET Seven Data\Data and Run in Dial Retry Mode is checked.
  10. Click "download"
  11. Verify the Software Restore Editor appears and starts the download.
  12. Verify the "Binary date" on the Software Restore editor matches the date of the updated Binary file.
  13. Verify the restore completes.
  14. Click Close.
  15. Validate that the Rev shown in the Summary Configuration view is the expected number.


Perform a Backup (DCU Save)

  1. Verify that a current .SAV file exist for the DCU at the following location. C:\INET Seven Data\Sav
  2. Within StruxureWare, Right click or select the specified DCU
  3. Click the "Backup" or Actions=> Backup
  4. Verify the status editor appear.
  5. Verify .SAV file date updates at the following location. C:\INET Seven Data\Sav


Perform a Restore (DCU Restore)

  1. Verify that a current .SAV file exist for the DCU at the following location. C:\INET Seven Data\Sav
  2. Modify the .SAV file name to reflect as being old)
  3. Log into the Host Tool and locate your DCU
  4. Go to the point summary for the DCU and select "zoom"
  5. Delete 2 of the points
  6. Click yes to confirm
  7. Click close and save the DCU.
  8. Within StruxureWare, Verify the dirty flag appears in the DCU
  9. Select the DCU and Click the Actions => "Upload" or right click=>Upload
  10. Select the "List View" tab
  11. Verify the 2 Points objects are deleted from the DCU
  12. Go into C:\INET Seven Data\Sav and Modify the current .sav file name to reflect delete.
  13. Modify the former "old" .sav file name back to the original XXXX.sav
  14. Within NSP, Right click on select the specified DCU
  15. Click the "Restore"
  16. Verify the Software Restore Editor appears and starts the download.
  17. Select "INET Interface" select the List view tab
  18. Verify the previously deleted points objects appear.


Force a State change to a Point object using (StruxureWare)

  1. Make sure the screen is in split mode or split screen.. (INET / StruxureWare)
  2. Using INET, Select your Discrete Alarm (DA) point type object from Controller Summary
  3. Make sure the Point value = off and Test is "on".
  4. Within StruxureWare, select the same Discrete Alarm (DA) point
  5. Right click (Discrete Alarm (DA) point) =>properties
  6. Scroll down to Values
  7. Change the Value of the point to "on" by clicking the drop down and selecting "1". (Value will vary upon Setup)
    Click ok
  8. Verify the state changes on the (Discrete Alarm (DA) point) object.


Force a value change to a Point object using (StruxureWare)

  1. Make sure the screen is in split mode or split screen.. (INET / StruxureWare)
  2. Using I/NET, Select your Analog Input (AI) point type object from Controller Summary
  3. Turn Test is "on"
  4. Within StruxureWare, select the same Analog Input (AI) point object
  5. Right click Analog Input (AI) point type object =>properties
  6. Scroll down to Values
  7. Change the control value by entering a numeric value.
    Click ok
  8. Verify the value changes on the Analog Input (AI) point type object.


Create a Global Point scenario between 2 points

  1. Setup a DLA configuration for 2 Discrete Output (DO) points
  2. Using I/NET, Go to DCU/Discrete Output (DO) point in Control Summary
  3. click "control"
  4. Verify the point control editor appear
  5. Make sure the both Point values = off
  6. Go to StruxureWare, Locate the 2 Discrete Output (DO) points
  7. Change the view to Engineering.
  8. Locate and drag both Discrete Output (DO) points and drag them into the watch window
  9. Within INET, change the control state of the point to "on" by clicking the drop down and selecting "1". (Value will vary upon Setup)
  10. Verify the both points change to the "on' status
  11. Within StruxureWare, change the control state of the point to "off" by clicking the drop down and selecting "0". (Value will vary upon Setup)
  12. Verify the that both point objects update and reflect the same state value in both StruxureWare and INET.


StruxureWare Building Operation Commands

  1. Using I/NET, select Summary=> Controller
  2. Verify a "controller summary" window appears.
  3. select the first point type for the specified controller and select the "control" button
  4. Using StruxureWare, right click=>commands on the same point type as in I/NET
  5. Expand "Commands"
  6. Verify "manual," "Automatic," "Acknowledge," "Test On," "Test Off," "Point Control," "Alarm Configuration" appears per specific point types
  7. select "Point Control"
  8. Verify "point control" editor appears as in I/NET
  9. select "Download"
  10. Verify "value" = updates in the "point control", Controller Summary and Properties(Basic) in StruxureWare.
  11. select "Manual" within the Commands (if applicable)
  12. Verify "manual = True" for property name Test within properties (Basic)... (note this is only if it was False previously)
  13. Verify the information updates in the "point control", Controller Summary and Properties(Basic) in StruxureWare.
  14. Create an Alarm Event (if applicable)
  15. Verify "UnAcknowledge = True" for property name Test within properties (Basic)... (note this is only if it was False previously)
  16. Verify the information updates in the "point control", Controller Summary and Properties(Basic) in StruxureWare.
  17. select "Acknowledge" within the Commands
  18. Verify "UnAcknowledge = False" for property name Test within properties (Basic)... (note this is only if it was True previously)
  19. Verify the information updates in the "point control", Controller Summary and Properties(Basic) in StruxureWare.
  20. select "Automatic" within the Commands
  21. Verify "Manual = False" for property name Test within properties (Basic).. (note this is only if it was True previously)
  22. Verify the information updates in the "point control", Controller Summary and Properties(Basic) in StruxureWare.
  23. select "Test On" within the Commands
  24. Verify "Test = True" for property name Test within properties (Basic).. (note this is only if it was False previously)
  25. Verify the information updates in the "point control", Controller Summary and Properties(Basic) in StruxureWare.
  26. select "Test Off" within the Commands
  27. Verify "Test = True" for property name Test within properties (Basic).. (note this is only if it was True previously)
  28. Verify the information updates in the "point control", Controller Summary and Properties(Basic) in StruxureWare.
  29. Select "Alarm Configuration" within the Commands (if applicable)
  30. Verify a Alarm Configuration editor appears containing Alarm/Messaging
  31. Complete steps 2-30 until all point types are verified.


StruxureWare Building Operation EDITS

  1. Using INET, select Summary=> Controller
  2. Verify a "controller summary" window appears.
  3. select the first point type for the specified controller and select the "zoom" button
  4. Using StruxureWare, right click=>edit on the same point type as in I/NET
  5. Expand "Edits"
  6. Verify "Point Configuration", "Calculation", "Event", "Trend Configuration","Runtime", "Time Schedule", "Temperature Control", "Demand control", "Consumption", "Door", "Elevator","Alarm Inhibit","Unitary Control" appears per specific point types select "Point Configuration"
  7. Verify a Point Configuration editor appears containing the point info
  8. Within I/NET Verify that Point Configuration editor appears for the specified Point type
  9. Complete steps 4-9 until all point types are verified.


StruxureWare Building Operation Point Extension

  1. Using I/NET, select Summary=> Controller => from the main menu.
  2. Verify Controller Summary page appear
  3. Select "Zoom"
  4. Within in StruxureWare, Select the DCU
  5. select the specified point (LL.SS.PP.BB xx)
  6. Click on the "properties" tab =>Extensions tab
  7. Verify correlating point extensions appear and are checked.
  8. Verify point extensions can not be updated in StruxureWare.
  9. Go into I/NET (Resident I/O)
  10. Locate the specified point (LL.SS.PP.BB xx)
  11. Verify that correlating point extensions in I/NET matches to the extensions in StruxureWare.
  12. Visit two extension editors (C, EV, RT, CN, AI, TS, TC, TR, or DC).
  13. Add or modify a entry
  14. Repeat for all Points types
  15. Verify that correlating point extensions in INET updates and matches to the extensions in StruxureWare.


Force a value change to a Point object using the Point Control (HOST Tool) dialog (StruxureWare Building Operation)

  1. Make sure the screen is in split mode or split screen.. (I/NET / StruxureWare)
  2. Using I/NET, Select your Analog Input (AI) point type object.
  3. click "control"
  4. Verify the point control editor appear containing the value.
  5. Within StruxureWare, Load/Configure DCU
  6. right click=>edits on the same point type as in I/NET
  7. Expand "Edits"
  8. select "Point Configuration"
  9. Verify a Point Configuration editor appears containing the point info
  10. Change the control value by entering a numeric value.
  11. Click “Download” button
  12. Verify the value changes in (I/NET and StruxureWare)


Force a State change to a Point object using the Point Control (HOST Tool) dialog (StruxureWare Building Operation)

  1. Make sure the screen is in split mode or split screen.. (I/NET / StruxureWare)
  2. Using I/NET, Select your Discrete Alarm (DA) point type object. (video alarm)
  3. Make sure the Point value = off
  4. click "control"
  5. Verify the point control editor appear
  6. Within StruxureWare, select the same Discrete Alarm (DA) point
  7. Right click (Discrete Alarm (DA) point) =>Commands=>point control
  8. Verify the point control editor appear
  9. Change the control state of the point to "on" by clicking the drop down and selecting "1". (1 or 0 Values will vary according to setup)
  10. click ok
  11. Verify the state changes on the (Discrete Alarm (DA) point) object in both (I/NET / StruxureWare)


StruxureWare Building Operation Time Schedule

  1. Update the ES Server to reflect your time zone by going to Tools=>Control Panel (Date and Time) Check LL article 7803
  2. Save your time zone
  3. Right click on Server1 => New=> Schedule
  4. Verify the Create Object editor appears
  5. Select "Digital Schedule" and click the "Create" button
  6. Verify the Digital Schedule object appears in the system tree
  7. Within "Digital Schedule" select "New schedule event" icon or Select the time period of choice
  8. Verify the "Schedule Event Properties" appear
  9. Create a schedule by selecting a Day of week and a Time and click the ok button.(Set the time to a future desired time)
  10. Save the schedule
  11. select "Digital Schedule" and right click=>"edit bindings"
  12. Manually Bind the Digital Schedule(Value) to Digital Point object(Control Value)
  13. Save and exit bindings.
  14. Switch your view to engineering view and drag your Digital Point object into the watch window.
  15. Verify the Digital Point object is set to "off"
  16. Take a look a the calendar and verify the time block is a "on" status
  17. Verify that when the start time is met, the Digital Point object updates to an "on" status I/NET
  18. Verify when the end time is met, the Digital Point object updates to an "off" status in I/NET.


Create a Program Script in StruxureWare Building Operation (Digital)

  1. 1. Right click on Server1 => New=> Program
  2. 2. Verify the Create Object editor appears
  3. 3. Select "Script Program" and click the "Create" button
  4. 4. Verify the Script Program object appears in the system tree
  5. 5. select "Script Program" and right click=>edit "
  6. 6. Verify the script editor opens up
  7. 7. Copy and paste the following script into the script program:

    Numeric Input pt1
    Numeric Output DV1
    if pt1 is True then
    turn on DV1
    Else
    turn off DV1
    Endif
     
  8. Save the Script and minimize the script editor
  9. Verify no errors appear within the "check" box.
  10. Within the system tree, right click on the "Script Program"=>edit bindings
  11. Manually Bind the DV1 Output to a Digital Point object (PVControl)
  12. Save the Script Program and exit binding.
  13. Switch your view to engineering view and drag your Digital Point object into the watch window.
  14. Verify the Digital Point object is set to "off"
  15. Select the Script Program and click on the "Input" tab
  16. Force the Numeric Input pt1 value to on or 1.
  17. Verify that your Digital Point object update to an on status.


Verify that you can Convert an I/NET Graphic page using INET Conversion Tool (.gpg to .tgml)

  1. Within I/NET, Select "System=>New Graphic Page"
  2. Verify I/NET Seven Graphic Page appear
  3. Select "I/Net" from the main menu
  4. Select "Points" from the I/NET menu
  5. Choose a section of the page and left click on the mouse.
  6. Verify the Point selection editor appears.
  7. Select a Point Object type and click OK
  8. Verify the Graphic appear
  9. Right click on a graphic object and select properties
  10. Verify the "Point Object Drawing Styles Editor appear"
  11. Within the Editor locate Digital Point Style=> Icon plus value
  12. Within the Editor locate and fill in the applicable Options. ie……Display option
  13. click Ok.
  14. Repeat steps 3 - 14 until all "……Point Style" on that Point object are used.
  15. Save the created graphic within I/NET, File=>Save As
  16. Verify the graphic file saves as .gpg file
  17. Within StruxureWare, Select "I/NET Interface and Actions=> "Convert graphics"
  18. Verify Export INET Graphics to StruxureWare Editor will appear
  19. Verify Source: c:\Program Files\INET Seven is populated
  20. Verify Look in subfolder, Over-write existing files and Log conversion boxes are checked.
  21. Select the graphic page/s to be converted
  22. Verify Destination: c:\INET Seven Data is populated
  23. Click "Convert" button
  24. Verify the conversion completes
  25. Verify the graphic is converted from .gpg to .TGML format at the destination location.


Verify that you can view the converted I/NET Graphic object in StruxureWare Building Operation

  1. Create a .sav file of the controller which you are converting.
  2. Within StruxureWare, Right click Server 1=> New=> Folder
  3. Rename object as "INET Graphic"
  4. Verify the "INET Graphic" object appears in the system tree
  5. Right click on "INET Graphic"=> Graphic
  6. Verify the Graphic "create object" editor appears.
  7. Click "Next" button
  8. Verify the "Basic Settings" appears.
  9. Locate the converted files by clicking on the [...] symbol at the end file line.
  10. Point to the Graphic *.tgml to be opened
  11. Select the specified cell "Graphics Viewer" tab and select open
  12. Verify the Graphic file object appears
  13. click "create" to process the Graphic object.
  14. Click on the Graphic object
  15. Verify the Graphic object/s appears in StruxureWare.


Verify that the graphic object points can be controlled using the graphic property editor

  1. Double click on the graphic page
  2. Verify page editor appear
  3. Update the control state or value from the page editor
  4. Verify the Graphic updates in both StruxureWare and I/NET


Verify that you can edit and save the .tgml (StruxureWare Graphic Editor)

  1. Launch the StruxureWare Graphic Editor
  2. Click on file=>open=>file
  3. Locate and select your .tgml file
  4. Click "open" and verify the .tgml graphic appears
  5. Update the graphic and click the save icon.
  6. Verify the graphic saves correctly
  7. close the Graphic Editor
  8. Right click on "INET Graphic"=> properties
  9. Verify the Graphic "create object" editor appears.
  10. Click "Next" button
  11. Verify the "Basic Settings" appears.
  12. Locate the converted files by clicking on the [...] symbol at the end file line.
  13. Point to the Graphic *.tgml to be opened
  14. Select the specified cell "Graphics Viewer" tab and select open
  15. Verify the Graphic file object appears
  16. click "create" to process the Graphic object.
  17. Verify the updated Graphic object appears in StruxureWare.


Verify the creation and operation of all Display Windows Types - Verify that all these windows update with live data

***Ensure that the Host Masking and Message Masking is set***

  1. Using I/NET, select Summary=> Controller => from the main menu.
  2. Verify AMT is running
  3. Verify a "controller summary" window appears.
  4. Select your Discrete Alarm (DA) point type object. (video alarm)
  5. Verify the Point Object is "off"
  6. Using StruxureWare, Select your Discrete Alarm (DA) point type object. (video alarm)
  7. Right click on the point type object and select Properties (Value)
  8. Change the control state of the point to "on" or 1
  9. Change view to engineering
  10. Click on the "alarms" tab
  11. Verify alarm messages appear within the "Alarms" window
  12. Verify all of the messages within the columns are parsed and are correctly filed
  13. Click on the "events" tab
  14. Verify alarm messages appear within the "Events" window
  15. Verify all of the messages within the columns are parsed and are correctly filed
  16. Using I/NET, Verify AMT receives the event message,

Exit Alarms - renter - verify that all windows are returned to the same position per operator.
Verify that all alarms and events are time stamped to the nearest second.

Verify add, remove and re-organize columns using (Add/Remove columns)

  1. Click on the "alarms" or "Events" tab
  2. Right Click on a column
  3. Verify the "Add/Remove columns editor appear
  4. Select a checkbox to add or Select to remove a attribute
  5. Click the Ok Button
  6. Verify columns are added and removed.
  7. To reorganize a column, Select and drag the column either right or left
  8. Verify the column is re-organized


Verify that an operator may acknowledge alarms

  1. Using I/NET, select Summary=> Controller => from the main menu.
  2. Verify AMT is running
  3. Verify a "controller summary" window appears.
  4. Select your Discrete Alarm (DA) point type object. (video alarm)
  5. Verify the Point Object is "off"
  6. Using StruxureWare, Select your Discrete Alarm (DA) point type object. (video alarm)
  7. Right click on the point type object and select Properties (Value)
  8. Change the control state of the point to "on" or 1
  9. Click on the "alarms" tab
  10. Verify alarm messages appear within the "Alarms" window
  11. Select the active alarm message and Click the Acknowledge icon
  12. Verify the message is acknowledged


Verify that the operator may hide and unhide alarms from each alarm type window

  1. Using I/NET, select Summary=> Controller => from the main menu.
  2. Verify AMT is running
  3. Verify a "controller summary" window appears.
  4. Select your Discrete Alarm (DA) point type object. (video alarm)
  5. Verify the Point Object is "off"
  6. Using StruxureWare, Select your Discrete Alarm (DA) point type object. (video alarm)
  7. Right click on the point type object and select Properties (Value)
  8. Change the control state of the point to "on" or 1
  9. Click on the "alarms" tab
  10. Verify alarm messages appear within the "Alarms" window
  11. Select the active alarm message and Click the Hide alarm icon
  12. Verify the message is hidden
  13. Click the show hidden alarm icon
  14. Verify the message is appears
  15. Select the message and click the unhide alarm icon
  16. Verify the message is appears


Create a A Sample and/or D Sample in I/NET

***Verify that the time zone is updated to reflect your zone***

  1. Using INET, select Edit => Controller => Point Extensions => Trend Sampling (TR)
  2. Verify the TR extension is set up.
  3. Set up Trend Definitions in INET for either (ASample or D Sample)
  4. Verify Trend Results in INET
  5. Using StruxureWare, Right click on INET Interface and select "New => Value"
  6. Verify "Create Object" window appears
  7. Verify "value appears in the name field. ie (Value PP.BB AI)
  8. Change the name "value" to "A Sample Trend log Value"
  9. Click the "Create" button
  10. Verify Newly created INET Trend Object (A Sample Trend log Value) appears in StruxureWare.
  11. Select Trend log Value
  12. Go to the "basic" tab or Right click on the Trend object and select "properties"
  13. Locate the "point to trend"
  14. Click on the "…" and select an point object to trend
  15. Click select button
  16. Verify the correct path appear
  17. Click "ok" button
  18. Verify the Trend Log Value Object appears within the INET Interface Tree
  19. Locate and right click on the newly Created Trend Log Value Object (LL.SS.PP.BB AI).
  20. Go to the "Actions=> view in" from the main menu or right click on the Trend object and select "view in"
  21. Select "Trend Log List"=>"New Trend Log List"
  22. Verify Trend entries appears in the Log info in StruxureWare
  23. click the save icon
  24. Verify the Save Object editor appears
  25. Point to Server 1 Name the Trend object "A Sample Trend log List and "save"
  26. Verify the newly created Trend log object appears and Trend log entries appears StruxureWare


Verify that you can Add an A Sample and/or D Sample Trend chart

  1. Locate and select the newly Created INET Trend object (LL.SS.PP.BB AI).
  2. Go to the "Actions=> view in" from the main menu or right click on the Trend object and select "view in"
  3. Select "Trend Charts"=>"New Trend Chart"
  4. Verify Trend Chart and Chart Lines appears in the in StruxureWare
  5. click the save icon
  6. Verify the Save Object editor appears
  7. Point to Server 1 Name the Trend object "A Sample Trend Chart and "save"
  8. Verify the newly created Trend Chart object appears and Chart Lines are being plotted.


Configuration and Log into Webstation

  1. Locate the StruxureWare machines IP address by typing (IPConfig) at the command prompt
  2. Make note of the IP Address (example: 10.159.XXX.XXX)
  3. log into the remote machine and run the browser (IE)
  4. On the remote machine enter the target StruxureWare machines IP address at the browser address line and click enter….(example: http://10.159.XXX.XXX))
  5. Verify "Welcome To StruxureWare" editor appears
  6. enter user name: admin, password admin and click "log on"
  7. Verify Webstation system tree view appear.


DCU Tests (controlling Points)

  1. Select "INET Interface" select the List view tab
  2. Verify all of the Points objects for the DCU controller appears
  3. Select and Right click (Discrete Alarm (DA) point) =>properties
  4. Scroll down to Values
  5. Change the Value of the point to "on" by clicking the drop down and selecting "1". (Value will vary upon Setup)
  6. click ok
  7. Verify the state changes on the (Discrete Alarm (DA) point) object.
  8. Right click Analog Input (AI) point type object =>properties
  9. Scroll down to Values
  10. Change the control value by entering a numeric value.
  11. click ok
  12. Verify the value changes on the Analog Input (AI) point type object.


Graphics

  1. Click on the Graphic object
  2. Verify the Graphic object/s appears in Webstation.
  3. Double click on the graphic page
  4. Verify page editor appear
  5. Update the control state or value from the page editor
  6. Verify the Graphic updates in both StruxureWare and INET


Alarm and Messages

  1. Change view to engineering
  2. Click on the "alarms" tab
  3. Verify alarm messages appear within the "Alarms" window
  4. Select the active alarm message and Click the Acknowledge icon
  5. Verify the message is acknowledged
  6. Verify all of the messages within the columns are parsed and are correctly filed
  7. Click on the "events" tab
  8. Verify alarm messages appear within the "Events" window
  9. Verify all of the messages within the columns are parsed and are correctly filed

Install StruxureWare/ES/I/NET up to 10 workstations (Windows 7 or Windows XP sp3) Check LL 7721

Connect multiple Stations to one ES

  1. Install only the StruxureWare Workstation
  2. Log into the Workstation is running by selecting Start=>All programs=>Schneider Electric=>StruxureWare 1.3=> StruxureWare Workstation
  3. Verify "Welcome To StruxureWare" editor appears
  4. Enter user name: admin, password admin
  5. Enter the IP address of the with the main ES, server: IP (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX)
  6. Click log on"
  7. Select either the Administration or Engineering view
  8. Verify the Workstation System tree screen info from the main ES machine appears.
  9. Repeat steps 1-6 on multiple machines.


Connect No ES StruxureWare client (w/o I/O server) to a ES StruxureWare client (with I/O server)

  1. Locate a machine that has StruxureWare Workstation/ES and I/NET (I/O server) installed and make note of the IP address
  2. Install only the StruxureWare Workstation on another machine
  3. Log into the Workstation is running by selecting Start=>All programs=>Schneider Electric=>StruxureWare 1.3=> StruxureWare Workstation
  4. Verify "Welcome To StruxureWare" editor appears
  5. Enter user name: admin, password admin
  6. Enter the IP address of the with the machine above
  7. Click "log on"
  8. Select either the Administration or Engineering view
  9. Verify the Workstation System tree screen info from the main ES and I/NET (I/O server) machine appears.
  10. Click on "INET Interface" and Actions=>"Launch INET" or right click=>"Launch INET"
  11. Verify the INET does not launch.

Convert and Launch Customer Graphics

Connect to a Host LAN tap Configuration (1200 and 9600 baud rate)

  1. Select Server 1
  2. Select "Device Discovery" tab
  3. Click drop down using the "Select device type"
  4. Select "Inet devices"
  5. Verify the Host LAN Configuration appears in the list of Links in list view


Connect to a 731 Device

  1. Select Server ES or AS
  2. Select "Device Discovery" tab
  3. Click drop down using the "Select device type"
  4. Select "Inet devices"
  5. Verify the 731 Device appears in the list of Links in list view