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Workbench DataType Defined Words Vs SCADAPack x70 Logic Create Constants values.

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AlbertoArdila
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Workbench DataType Defined Words Vs SCADAPack x70 Logic Create Constants values.

Hi.

 

In Workbench there are a Defined Words in DataType that I used for Create Constants Variables.

 

Is this option available in SCADAPack x70 Logic (I didn't find that). If not what is the best option to create a constant variable in SCADAPack x70 Logic?

 

Tank You.

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Re: Workbench DataType Defined Words Vs SCADAPack x70 Logic Create Constants values.

This section of the forum is Geo SCADA/ClearSCADA you'll get better results if you ask it in this section

https://community.exchange.se.com/t5/SCADA-and-Telemetry-Devices-Forum/bd-p/scada-pack-rtus-forum

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Re: Workbench DataType Defined Words Vs SCADAPack x70 Logic Create Constants values.

Thread continued in correct topic

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