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How can Sirius interact with other systems [message #1414735] Mon, 01 September 2014 07:21 Go to next message
Yvonne Werner is currently offline Yvonne WernerFriend
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Hello,
at the moment I m working on a student project but I got stuck tha last few days. Maybe someone can help me.

What I want:
Let s say I have a sensor with a variable isWorking(boolean) on a real system. Now I want a viewer that shows me if the sensor is working or not. For example sensor node is green or red.

What I have:
I can read the variable isWorking with JEasyOPC (on the system control is an OPC Server included) into Eclipse console. And I created a Sirius model in an eclipse runtime as in all Sirius tutorials I found are shown. And I saw that I can change the color of node with a Conditional Style.

But I have no idea how to connect Sirius with my variabel. Does it works with "external Java action"?
Are there any examples how does it work?

I m new in eclipse so I don t know how does it work in other cases.

Best regard
Yvonne

[Updated on: Mon, 01 September 2014 07:35]

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Re: How can Sirius interact with other systems [message #1414741 is a reply to message #1414735] Mon, 01 September 2014 07:33 Go to previous message
Yvonne Werner is currently offline Yvonne WernerFriend
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(please ignore this reply. had some editor problems)

[Updated on: Mon, 01 September 2014 07:36]

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