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How to

You change the binding style to enhance visual clarity of the program.

How to

You display canvas objects in Builder View live mode to view bindings between canvas objects, and to monitor, and follow data flows.

Concept

Bindings between canvas objects are done between the binding ports. Bound properties are displayed as binding ports in the body of a canvas object. Binding ports are either a target binding port or a source binding port. Target binding ports are displayed on the left side of the object body and source binding ports on the right side. The target binding ports and source binding ports are defined by the exposed properties of the canvas objects and how they are bound.

User Interface

Use the Builder View to display canvas objects, properties, and bindings between them.

User Interface

Use the Bindings view context menu to manage and edit bindings, canvas objects, and properties. The menu content differs depending on where in the Bindings view you activate it.

User Interface

Use the canvas to display Input and Output objects, which are representations of objects that is outside the currently viewed folder.

Concept

EcoStruxure Building Operations objects are displayed visually on the Builder View canvas.

Concept

Two compatible ports can be connected by a binding. Bindings connect the input port of one EcoStruxure Building Operations object to the output port of another EcoStruxure Building Operations object.

User Interface

Use the Binding Style menu, when right-clicking directly on the canvas, to select a type of visual style of the binding between EcoStruxure Building Operations objects.

User Interface

Use the canvas object context menu to open a Folder object to display its content and bindings in another view, or to open the properties dialog box of a system object, or to navigate to another view to directly go to a selected system object in the underlying folder structure.