File Equalization, what passes between the Filemaster and Equalized Client

Issue

File Equalization, what passes between the Filemaster and Equalized Client

Product Line

TAC I/NET

Environment

I/NET with Filemaster and Equalized Client

snapshot, equalize, tables

Cause

What transpires between the Filemaster and Equalized Client

Resolution

File equalization is essential in TAC I/NET Seven systems where multiple host workstations will be used to manage access control or
TAC I/NET Seven’s network configuration. It allows host workstations connected to an Ethernet LAN to share certain database
information while still maintaining their own TAC I/NET Seven database. File equalization is a function of the SQL server that is installed on TAC I/NET Seven workstations. The SQL server ensures that each individual workstation has up-to-date copies of equalized information.
The equalized information includes:
Network configuration (links, sites, stations, etc.)

  • Host passwords
  • Controller passwords
  • Tenant data
  • User-defined tenant field labels
  • Individual records
  • Group door assignments
  • Elevator floor assignments
  • Trend plot data

The following tables are equalized:

Tenants
Individuals
IndivCustomData
IndivImages
IamUser
DoorsGroups
Groups
SecondaryGroups
XRefTenantDoor
XRefGroupDoor
XRefIndivGroupDoor
Cards
CardTrans
Floors
FloorPoints
Visitors
Operators
OpWindowPosition
XRefOperatorDoor
PwdHistory
AmtFilters
MultiPlot
MultiPlotPnt
PwDCU
DpuRestore
DoorScheduleTypes
DoorSchedules
PerSchedNames
PerScheds
GlobalOptions
DispatchStrings
Tools
UserButtons
NetConLink
NetConSite
NetConDCU
NetConMCU
NetConDoor