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alarm redirection multiple times for single tag

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alarm redirection multiple times for single tag

Has anyone come across multiple alarm redirections on a single tag while within triggered alarm state?

There is only one tag for each alarm, so no duplicates - GeoSCADA usually throws errors with the same source for tags.

There is also only one redirection to each roster - such as Daytime, Manager

 

The only changes for these tags were replacing the tags from one source to another. i.e. copying the tags, changing the source, deleting the original tags and then renaming the copied tags to the original name. Could this be a problem

 

 

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Re: alarm redirection multiple times for single tag

You might need to provide information on the Alarm Redirection config from the point in question up the hierarchy.

Do you have any logic that changes alarm severity or similar? (something that would trigger a reassessment of alarm redirections)

 

It's possibly something that you should raise with your local Tech Support.  They would be in a better position to analyse your DB log files etc to get to the bottom of the cause.


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