When attempting to create OP Trees for Xenta controllers, some public signals in the application do not appear in the OP/32 Configuration Tool.
- Xenta OP
- OP/32 Configuration Tool
While Menta allows you to use both uppercase and lowercase module names, the OP/32 Configuration Tool is case sensitive and can only use one version of a particular module name. For example, if you refer to Air Handler 1 as both "AH1" and "ah1" modules in an application, the OP Tool will only list the points from either the capitalized module or the lowercase module; never both.
To correct this issue and make the missing points visible in the OP Tool:
- Close the OP Tool
Standardize the module names to the same case format
To change module names:
- Select one or more blocks with the mouse
- When they are highlighted in green, right click and click on "Module"
- Type in the new module name and then click "OK".
- Save the application
- Re-open the OP Tool