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Changes In SCADA Values/quality Are Not Written To Database Reserve_value/quality When Inhibit Set (Doc ID 2707747.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 15, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Network Management for Utilities - DMS - Version to [Release 2.4]
Oracle Utilities Network Management System - Version to [Release 2.4]
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Changes in SCADA values/quality are not written to database reserve_value/quality when inhibit set

When SCADA points are first introduced into the project configuration they are set to have an 'unmapped' SCADA quality (262144) and also have an NMS inhibit (16) placed on them (until a point checkout has been performed at which time the user will remove the inhibit).

When a SCADA point is mapped and the value is sent to NMS, it is supposed to update the SCADA quality which will get rid of the 'unmapped' quality.

E.g. if an analog measurement has a value of 0 and a quality of 262160 (262144 + 16) and a value of 100 is sent from SCADA with no quality - We would expect the reserve value and quality to be updated in the analog_measurements table - The reserve_quality and reserve_value do not update while the NMS inhibit is in place.




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