Eclipse SCADA

The definite guide


Table of Contents

1. Introduction
1.1. Sources of information
1.2. Common definitions
1.2.1. Units
1.3. Data
2. Concepts
2.1. Data Types, Data Model & Functionality
2.1.1. Core Data Types
2.1.2. DA – Data Access
2.1.3. AE – Alarms & Events
2.1.4. HD – Historical Data
2.2. Communication
2.2.1. Reconnects
2.2.2. Standard ports
2.3. Security
2.3.1. Authentication
2.3.2. Authorization
3. Getting started
3.1. Configuration
3.1.1. Setting up a configuration environment
3.2. Development
3.2.1. Setting up a development environment
3.2.2. Sample Client
3.2.3. Sample Hive
4. Configuration
4.1. Component/Infrastructure models
4.1.1. Modbus Exporter
4.1.2. REST Exporter
4.2. Recipes
4.2.1. Definition
4.2.2. Task
4.2.3. Execute
4.2.4. Recipe handlers
5. Human-Machine Interface
5.1. Overview
5.2. Visual Interface
5.2.1. Registering a new view instance
5.2.2. Create a new visual interface file
5.2.3. Styles
5.2.4. Scripting
5.2.5. Editing
5.2.6. Model definition – http://eclipse.org/SCADA/VisualInterface
5.3. Detail Views
6. Deployment
6.1. Overview
6.1.1. Pre-Requisites
6.1.2. Which platform to use?
6.1.3. Processor architecture
6.2. Basic Server Setup
6.2.1. Ubuntu™ 14.04 LTS
6.2.2. CentOS 6
6.2.3. OpenSUSE™ 12
6.2.4. Windows
6.3. System configuration
6.3.1. Java Configuration
7. Core functionality
7.1. Drivers
7.2. Master server
7.3. Value archive
7.4. Exporting Data
7.4.1. Modbus Exporter
8. Tutorials
8.1. Creating a standalone application setup for the visual interface (VI)
8.1.1. Prerequisites
8.1.2. Setting up the target platform
8.1.3. Installing a nightly/milestone version of the Configurator
8.1.4. Creating a new project
8.1.5. Running
8.1.6. Building
8.1.7. What to do next?
8.2. Modbus Exporter
A. References
A.1. System properties
B. Legal
B.1. Attribution
B.2. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International Public License

List of Tables

2.1. List of well known attributes
2.2. OSGi application port matrix
5.1. VI script context
5.2. Literals of enum Alignment
5.3. Literals of enum Orientation
5.4. Literals of enum SystemCursorType
5.5. Literals of enum GridAlignment
5.6. Structural features of Symbol
5.7. Structural features of Primitive
5.8. Structural features of Shape
5.9. Structural features of Text
5.10. Structural features of Child
5.11. Structural features of XYChild
5.12. Structural features of XYContainer
5.13. Structural features of Position
5.14. Structural features of Line
5.15. Structural features of Figure
5.16. Structural features of SymbolReference
5.17. Structural features of StringToStringMap
5.18. Structural features of Dimension
5.19. Structural features of SystemCursor
5.20. Structural features of GridContainer
5.21. Structural features of BorderContainer
5.22. Structural features of BorderChild
5.23. Structural features of GridChild
5.24. Structural features of FigureContainer
5.25. Structural features of Image
5.26. Structural features of Arc
5.27. Structural features of Connection
5.28. Structural features of StackContainer
7.1. Register layout of 16bit signed integer modbus export
7.2. Register layout of 16bit unsigned integer modbus export
7.3. Register layout of 32bit signed integer modbus export
7.4. Register layout of 32bit unsigned integer modbus export
7.5. Register layout of 32bit unsigned integer modbus export