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How to How to 5/18/2018
Products: WorkStation
Functionalities: Basic Functionality
Product version: 2.0, 2.1, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 2022

Opening an Object-specific Event View

You can view all the events that are related to a specific object or a specific branch.

Note:

The object-specific standard filter can only narrow what is being shown in the Event View.

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You can style certain events to bring out those that are of more interest than other events listed in the Events pane and Event Views. To style a specific event, you first have to create a condition that is associated with the events you want to style. An event can be styled with a unique background color, font, and font color.

For example, you can style all events where an alarm is acknowledged. To separate this event from others you configure, change the background color to dark green and the font color to white. All other events have the default style which is a white background and black font color.

If an event fulfills the condition criteria in more than one of the configured event criteria, it is the event style with highest priority in the Events View Style dialog box that is applied to the event.

Event View standard filter and layout

A standard layout defines the columns that are included in the Alarms pane, Events pane, Alarm View, or Event View, the order in which they are displayed, whether or not the alarms or events are grouped in any way and whether they are displayed in an ascending or descending order. A standard filter defines the conditions that have to be met before the alarms or events are displayed in the pane or a View. The standard layout and filter is saved for the pane or View to which you made the changes. The standard layout and filter is displayed for all users of the the EcoStruxure BMS.

For more information, see Alarm View and Event View Standard Filter and Layout .

To open an object-specific event view
  1. In the System Tree pane, select the object that you want to view the events for.

  2. On the Actions menu, point to View and then click Events or Events in this branch .

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