Fileexport with Microsoft Peer Web Services under Windows NT 4.0
- Correct and complete installation and configuration of export
- Install the Microsoft Peer Web Service on the desired PC (the one which is to receive data) from the WindowsNT 4.0 CD. In the process, install (select) the Internet Service Manager and the FTP Service. Finally, remember to reinstall the NT Service Pack! The Internet Service Manager can now be called up and configured. The status that must appear when it is called up is executing. Under Properties - Service you only have to remove the tick at Only permit anonymous connections.
The user name that you enter must be a user name (e. g. ARCHIV) that is entered as a main user in the NT user manager (point 4). There is no password to enter.
Under Properties - Directories enter the path and the destination directory (e. g. D:\Trend). Now you have to create the directory on the hard drive (e. g. on D:\Trend). In the user manager, create a main user to be used as described under point 2 (e. g. ARCHIV). There is no password to enter. In DigiTool in the project configure the external transfer times and cycles on the last parameter page of the trend display or the log under Data Transfer.
Under Destination establish the IP address of the destination station, the user name and the path. The path is entered here as \ , not as a destination directory. This was already established in the Internet Service Manager.
Once the operator station has been loaded, export starts according to the configuredtimes and cycles. Carry out a test using Release Manual Export.Problems
If the Microsoft Peer Web Services have been installed and configured incorrectly ornot at all, file export (logs or trends) from DigiVis does not function.
Export might occur:
- To any file on the DigiVis PC, To an MO drive on the DigiVis PC or To another PC connected to the DigiNet-S network.
- Incorrect or incomplete installation and configuration
- Microsoft Peer Web Services not installed on the PC receiving data. Destination path in internet service (Microsoft Peer Web Services) not configured. Destination directory not created on the hard drive of the destination computer. Configuration of the trend or log in the project in DigiTool is incorrect. User rights not established in Windows NT.