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How to see history of DownloadRequired flag of SCADAPack E Outstation object

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How to see history of DownloadRequired flag of SCADAPack E Outstation object

If you browse the events on a SCADAPack E Outstation object, you can see when a 'Download Configuration Changes' is requested, queued and pushed out to the RTU. However, it offers no record of when the actual config change came about, only when that config change was requested by a user to be downloaded to the RTU.

 

Browsing the DownloadRequired field in OPC Data Explorer gives you a timestamp but it's for the last change of state of the outstation, not for when the DownloadRequired flag was last changed.

 

Is there a way to see history of the DownloadRequired field so we can tell at what time a SCADA property change triggered a new config to be downloaded to the RTU? Also a bit of a long-shot as I'd imagine the answer is 'no' but is there a way to see what those specific config changes are?

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Re: How to see history of DownloadRequired flag of SCADAPack E Outstation object

Hi. This is not a specific answer, (and you may have this already enabled) but enable Configuration Change History (in Server Config tool) to see who changed which field, and what changed.