Common Core Tag

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Introduction

The Core Tag serves as a common base for all other types of Tag.

Configuration Properties

The configuration properties of the Core Tag relate to its identification and its user rights:

PropertyTypeVersionDescription
DriverNameWSTRING1.0The name of the driver providing this tag.
NameWSTRING1.0The name of the tag within its folder.
ParentFolderWSTRING3.74The name of the folder that holds this tag.
TypeLabelWSTRING1.0A short description of the tag type.
TypeNameWSTRING1.0The tag type name.
DescriptionWSTRING1.0A description field where you can enter a description about the tag.
UserField1WSTRING1.0A field where you can store application specific data.
UserField2WSTRING1.0A field where you can store application specific data.
EventSeverityUINT1.7 The severity of event log entries for state changes associated with this tag. A value of zero disables storage of state change events.
EventSeverityConfigurationUINT3.25 The severity of event log entries for configuration changes associated with this tag. A value of zero disables storage of configuration change events.
EventSeverityOperatorUINT3.25 The severity of event log entries for operator actions associated with this tag. A value of zero disables storage of operator action events.
UserRightsZoneUSINT1.5The security zone for the tag

UserRightsZone Property

The UserRightsZone property together with the User Rights define what each user can do with each tag. The UserRightsZone defines which security zone the tag belongs to. To change the rights assigned to users:

Dynamic Properties

The Core Tag supports these dynamic properties:

PropertyTypeDescription
QualityINTThe quality of the dynamic data of this tag.
TimestampDATE_AND_TIMEThe timestamp of the last update to the dynamic data of this tag.

Relationships to Other Tag Types

The Core Tag is used as a building block for these tag types:

Further Information

Glossary

For the meaning of terms used in Fernhill SCADA.