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Yes, a guest user from the pool user group can access StationWare via web service in order to read data stored in StationWare.…
Yes, you could do so by navigating to your StationWare installation directory and replace the logo.svg file located inside WebImpl.HtmlUI/psms/Images. There you will also find the StationWare logo…
Yes, this task can be done by using our Python Scripting feature. For example, create a report of the I>, I>> and I>>> functions of a P139 relay. Do the following three operations:…
Select the top level location to create regions/areas/substations. This will be defined in the script itself in the get_parameters() function as obligatory parameter. def get_parameters():…
Yes, StationWare works also in virtual environments. The setup of the virtual server has to fulfill the requirements of the respective StationWare release regarding required/supported versions of the…
Define the get_parameter() function to select the location of interest. def get_parameters(): var1=Parameters.Create("location","Location" )var1.Description='Please select a…
It seems that something was not copied correctly during the update procedure. For more information on how to transfer data correctly refer to our update manual chapter "Data Transfer". There you will…
In cases of updating to new service packs (SP x) and not to new versions (for example: updating 2020 to 2020 SP1) it is not necessary to run the StationWare update tool. The StationWare update tool…
Yes, it is possible to login to StationWare by using the Windows Account Authorization (Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS), and Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)). To use…
It seems that a wrong user name is used in your database. The error says that the Windows NT user or group 'XXXXX' is not found. Check your entries for any typing errors.…