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  • Posted a comment on discussion Engineering 🇬🇧 on CODESYS Forge

    Wow I ran into the same thing. Can't believe this is even an issue. Thanks!!

  • Created ticket #59 on co♻e: unittest framework for CODESYS

    FAQ page not working

  • Posted a comment on discussion Engineering 🇬🇧 on CODESYS Forge

    I too am running into something similar. The issue is the library has been installed. In this case I'm running into issues with CANbusDevice and IoDrvJ1939. Funny enough the libraries are installed in C:\ProgramData\CODESYS\Managed Libraries\3S - Smart Software Solutions GmbH. I can see them but Codesys refuses to find them :S

  • Posted a comment on a blog post on ingo

    Dang, thanks for the info!

  • Posted a comment on discussion Engineering on CODESYS Forge

    Thanks for the info. For our application we need to be able to pull the logs "if needed" from the PLC. No network available to send etc. The part that caught me by surprise is I thought this would be part of the standard tooling from CodeSys or a solved solution but very much feels like a roll your own. I'll look into the Datalog Manager and Alarm Manager. Also found [1] Persistence Manager as well. Sooo many options lol 1 - https://help.codesys.com/webapp/f_application_composer_persistence_mana...

  • Posted a comment on a blog post on ingo

    Is the project file corrupted some how? Getting the following when trying to open in CodeSys 3.5 SP11

  • Posted a comment on discussion Engineering on CODESYS Forge

    Hi! How is it possible to log events for auditing such as when a sensor has hit a state, user press e-stop, or event has occured? Does anyone have a working example of logging application events to be retained after a power cycle? Things I have found: - AC_Persist library that looks to have CmpLog [1] - cannot find any documentation and sadly sample project won't open - Writing to a dedicated CSV file, concerned of a bad implementation and wearing out flash storage or overwriting system files etc...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Engineering on CODESYS Forge

    Wanted to add that worked perfectly. An interesting thing is the ReceiveWatchdog has an xEnabled param while the ReceiveParameterGroup need a rising edge signal. I think as a general rule the rising edge frequency needs to be faster than the timeout on the ReceiveWatchdog.

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