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[Imported] WebX clients in use

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[Imported] WebX clients in use

>>Message imported from previous forum - Category:ClearSCADA Software<<
User: florian, originally posted: 2018-10-25 16:20:44 Id:239
This is a re-posting from the obsoleted (October 2018) "Schneider Electric Telemetry & SCADA" forum.


**_Does anyone know where the OPC data is to display the current number of WebX Clients and Max number of clients is, or how to count the number of WebX Users logged in so that it will show up on the WebX server. We use a DMZ WebX server, so I am thinking that I am not going to find a way to show this count back on the main server?_**


**_Forgot to subscribe._**


**_I found the PerformanceStats.UserLogonWebX which helps if the WebX users are logged in. But, in my current circumstance, not all of the WebX users need to login, is there an OPC point for how many clients are running?_**


I have wondered this too... I cannot seem to find any of the system information stats to put onto a mimic in ViewX in the OPC explorer.

Things I'd like to be able to display (clients have asked for this more than once):

ViewX clients used
ViewX clients licensed
WebX clients used
WebX clients licensed
Points used
Points licensed

WebX port(s) used (probably best if this was an alarm on the root object actually)


**_The WebX users logged in count I found is kind of nice... BUT, it doesn't work on the WebX server. I had setup a WebX login screen and was intending to set the current count and max possible logins on the login screen, when I came to realize the count doesn't change on the WebX server, but does change on the main server. Somehow or another I was also able to come up with a number of ViewX users logged in also. Not sure if I found a point or if I used a query and sum to check if UserLoggedIn was true._**