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Welcome

Welcome to the Wonderware Industry Pack for Water and Wastewater Demo!

This demo will help you to illustrate the use of the Wonderware Industry Pack for Water and Wastewater. This demo makes use of a number of Wonderware products including InTouch 10.0, Application Server 3.0, the Wonderware Historian 9.0 and the ActiveFactory 9.2 Analysis Tools, leveraging the powerful ArchestrA technology in System Platform. While this demo app uses the same navigation framework as the SCADA demo, this is a simplified version that focuses on the Industry Pack itself. A new version integrating GIS and reporting will become available at a later date. This document provides you with the corresponding requirements and instructions to setup the demo application in your machine.

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Features
Here are some of the characteristics of this demo: 1. Security. The demo uses Galaxy security. The password for all users is ww, including the administrators. 2. Navigation The demo provides two ways to move around the different application windows: You can use the tabs to move to selected windows. When displaying the Map window, you can select an asset and launch the window specific to that location.

Note: Selecting the Process tab displays the last asset specific window.

3. ArchestrA graphics. All asset windows make use of InTouch 10 ArchestrA graphics from the Industry Pack for Water and Wastewater. You will notice that in addition to graphical representation of components, faceplates are available for selected items. These faceplates are also ArchestrA Graphics. You can launch the faceplates and operate components, turn thing from auto to manual, start and stop pumps, open and close valves, etc.

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4. Alarms and events An Events Display at the top of the application provides easy access to events. A dedicated Alarm window provides an alarm summary as well as a pareto chart.

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To generate alarms, select one of the pump stations from the map and then use the toggle button at the bottom of the respective window. Alarms for that station will then be generated periodically. 5. Events. A dedicated window provides access to events.

6. Trending Historical trending is available in a dedicated Window using the ActiveFactory Trend control.

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7. Reporting The reporting tab uses a Microsoft Web Browser control to display a sample report.

8. System status A dedicated window provides diagnostics from the platform and engine that host the objects in this demo app. This leverages ArchestrA Graphic templates readily available from the graphics library. Page | 5

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Requirements
Software
In order to setup this demo you will need to install the following software:

Non-Wonderware components: MS Office 2007 MS SQL 2005

Wonderware components: Wonderware Wonderware Wonderware Wonderware InTouch 10.0 Patch 03 Application Server 3.0 Patch 03 Historian 9.0 Patch 01 ActiveFactory 9.2

Hardware
CPU Pentium 4 2.0 GHz or higher RAM - 1GB min.

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Installation and setup


Installation from ground up means starting from a clean machine. You should build the machine in two phases. The first phase involves installing the required commercial software from Microsoft and Wonderware, followed by the corresponding Wonderware license files. The second involves restoring the demo application files and configuring the demo.

Software
Install all required non-Wonderware products listed above. For installation instructions, refer to their corresponding manuals. Install the following Wonderware products, including the required Service Packs and patches. Wonderware Wonderware Wonderware Wonderware Application Server 3.0, patch03 (Galaxy, Bootstrap and IDE) InTouch 10.0 Patch 03 Historian (IndustrialSQL) 9.0 Patch 01 ActiveFactory 9.2

Application files
Copy the Industry Pack for Water and Wastewater Demo Files to your local computer, namely: Galaxy backup file (IPWW_v1_Demo.cab) Additional setup files (IPWW_v1_Demo - Extra files.zip)

Configure IndustrialSQL Server to Auto Start


1. Open the ArchestrA System Management Console (SMC) and expand the IndustrialSQL Server tree. 2. Expand Configuration Editor->System Configuration -> Parameters. 3. Change AutoStart value to 1. 4. Close the SMC. 5. From Control Panel, go to Administrative Tools and then to Services. 6. Open InSQLConfiguration. 7. Change Startup type to Automatic and make sure the service is running. 8. Click OK.

Restore the Galaxy


1. Open the ArchestrA IDE and create a new Galaxy called IPWW_v1_Demo 2. Using the Galaxy Database Manager, restore the galaxy using the cab file provided. 3. Open the ArchestrA IDE and connect to the IPWW_v1_Demo Galaxy. The Administrator password is ww. 4. Click Deployment View in the Application Views pane. 5. Double-click on the Platform instance in the model (named PlatformGR) to open the editor and then select the General Tab. Page | 8

6. Change the Network address to match your computer name. 7. Now select the Engine Tab and change the Historian name to match your computer name. 8. Save changes and close the editor. 9. Double-click on the Engine instance to open its editor and then go to the General Tab. 10. Change the Historian name to match your computer name. 11. Save changes and close the editor. 12. You can now perform a cascade deploy of the entire galaxy. Please note that the InTouch View application is a managed app. Therefore it is already included in the galaxy backup.

Copy Extra Setup files to c:\IPWW Demo folder.

1. Create the folder: C:\IPWW Demo\. 2. Unzip the contents of IPWW_v1_Demo - Extra files.zip to this folder.

Configure the Alarm Logger Manager


1. Open the Alarm DB Logger Manager. 2. Click Settings. 3. Enter the corresponding database Server Name and User name and password and select Consolidated Logging Mode. 4. Press Test Connection to confirm connection to the database. If prompted to create the table, click Yes. 5. Click Next to view Query Selection. 6. Enter the desired Alarm Query based on the Areas you want to report an alarm. Default should include the following: \Galaxy!District \Galaxy!theGalaxy 7. Click Next. 8. Check the box Run Logger As Windows Service and enter 1000 msec to log Alarms. 9. Click Finish. 10. Start the logger. 11. Close the Alarm Logger Manager.

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Ready to go!
You should now be ready to use the application: At this point, you should already have opened the IDE and connected to the IPWW_v1_Demo galaxy, if you have not already done so. (The Administrator password is ww) You must also have deployed the application by now. Open The InTouch Manager. Select the IPWW Demo app and launch it using WindowViewer.

Last Updated:

July 17, 2008

2008 Invensys Systems, Inc.

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