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DavidSkilbeck
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Visual Studio ClearSCADA Reference's

Hi,

cant import below reference's.

Thanks, David.

 

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sbeadle
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Re: Visual Studio ClearSCADA Reference's

Hi, I expect you're trying to build the Notify driver and it's web server/client daemon for Twilio.

This is sample code on github provided to enable ClearSCADA / Geo SCADA customers to create an alarm redirection link to make voice telephone/cellphone calls using the Twilio cloud service. Link: https://github.com/ClearSCADA/notify

 

It's not a simple application - check out the powerpoint in the repo carefully.

 

The reference to ControlMicrosystems.ClearSCADA.DDK will be found in the c:\Program Files\Schneider Electric\ClearSCADA folder - you'll need this for Notify and DriverNotify projects.

 

The reference to Notify.dll will be found in it's compiled folder after it has been built for the first time - build that project first.

 

The DriverNotify project also needs a reference to ClearScada.Client, again find this in c:\Program Files\Schneider Electric\ClearSCADA

 

Finally, the element you'll need to get this to work is a Twilio account, some registered phone numbers and a configured flow. This is described in the powerpoint. The last item is not fully documented, and you will need to customise this but include some essential elements. I'll push an update to the powerpoint to flesh this out more.

 

If you need further help, please get back on this forum with a new post, and include screen pics and error descriptions if possible.

 

If this answers your query please mark it as the solution. 

Best regards, Steve.

 

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BevanWeiss
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Re: Visual Studio ClearSCADA Reference's

Why not?


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DavidSkilbeck
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Re: Visual Studio ClearSCADA Reference's

I can't find the controlMicrosystems reference.
Can find the other two. However, I get no message that they have not installed or any error or issues.

 

 

 
 

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BevanWeiss
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Re: Visual Studio ClearSCADA Reference's

Seriously man... provide some information for us to help you.

 

a. How do you think it's supposed to work?

b. Why do you think it's not working?

c. What steps have you followed to try to solve the problem?

 

Like... have you even checked within YOUR Visual Studio project to see what it's complaining about?

I imagine it's something like "I can't find this reference that you told me you have"...

In which case, what makes you think that you have that reference?

Have you installed ClearSCADA / Geo SCADA Expert on this machine?  If you haven't... then duh!!!  It's not like Microsoft ship ClearSCADA as a part of Windows.

 

If you have installed ClearSCADA, and still have these reference complaints, where is Visual Studio looking for the references?

I imagine it's not looking in the same place as ClearSCADA has installed them.  So you should find the referenced DLL files (and Visual Studio is probably telling you exactly what DLLs it's looking for), and then re-point Visual Studio to find them.


Lead Control Systems Engineer for Alliance Automation (VIC).
All opinions are my own and do not represent the opinions or policies of my employer, or of my cat..
DavidSkilbeck
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Re: Visual Studio ClearSCADA Reference's

The issue seems to be with the Notify.dll (presuming that is its file name).
Cannot find it on C drive when searched for.

BevanWeiss
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Re: Visual Studio ClearSCADA Reference's

Easy fix... Notify.dll is not a Schneider supported item as far as I'm aware.

So you should look for some more information from wherever you sourced it from 🙂

 

And given that your second post in this thread showed Notify as a Project Reference within your user directory... I'd say that you should go and speak to yourself about why you don't have a Notify.dll generated from the Visual Studio project that you apparently have which is likely called 'Notify'


Lead Control Systems Engineer for Alliance Automation (VIC).
All opinions are my own and do not represent the opinions or policies of my employer, or of my cat..
sbeadle
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Re: Visual Studio ClearSCADA Reference's

Hi, I expect you're trying to build the Notify driver and it's web server/client daemon for Twilio.

This is sample code on github provided to enable ClearSCADA / Geo SCADA customers to create an alarm redirection link to make voice telephone/cellphone calls using the Twilio cloud service. Link: https://github.com/ClearSCADA/notify

 

It's not a simple application - check out the powerpoint in the repo carefully.

 

The reference to ControlMicrosystems.ClearSCADA.DDK will be found in the c:\Program Files\Schneider Electric\ClearSCADA folder - you'll need this for Notify and DriverNotify projects.

 

The reference to Notify.dll will be found in it's compiled folder after it has been built for the first time - build that project first.

 

The DriverNotify project also needs a reference to ClearScada.Client, again find this in c:\Program Files\Schneider Electric\ClearSCADA

 

Finally, the element you'll need to get this to work is a Twilio account, some registered phone numbers and a configured flow. This is described in the powerpoint. The last item is not fully documented, and you will need to customise this but include some essential elements. I'll push an update to the powerpoint to flesh this out more.

 

If you need further help, please get back on this forum with a new post, and include screen pics and error descriptions if possible.

 

If this answers your query please mark it as the solution. 

Best regards, Steve.