WorkStation has a number of features to help you navigate in the semantic database.
You can access all the features from the Semantic Navigation View in WorkStation.
For more information, see Semantic Navigation View in WorkStation .
You must use the Engineering with Semantic Navigation to be able to navigate in the semantic database.
For more information, see Opening the Engineering with Semantic Navigation Workspace in WorkStation .
Use Semantic Navigator to navigate between related nodes in the semantic model that describes the building and the installed system. Using the semantic navigator, you can enter the building, navigate between floors, rooms and equipment in the semantic model.
The Semantic Navigator contains a filter that filter on Brick types. This speed up navigation in large ontologies.
For more information, see Semantic Navigator in WebStation .
Use Semantic Information List to get an overview of all semantic nodes related to the semantic node that is selected in Semantic Navigator. In the list you can filter using Quick filter. You can also the semantic filter icons to filter on point, equipment, system and location.
From the list you can navigate to objects in the EBO database if the object is related to a semantic node. For example, from a semantic node connected to an alarm in the EBO database, you can navigate to that alarm. That means that you can edit an alarm from Semantic Navigation List.
For more information, see Semantic Information List .
You can create Semantic Navigation panes with initial filters. These panes are also supported in WebStation.
For more information, see Creating a Semantic Navigation Pane .
You can create saved semantic searches. These saved searches are supported in WebStation.
For more information, see Searching for Semantic Objects or Properties .