Deploy Gr. Element in Released(closed for good) Library
Is ther any way to deploy gr. elements in released library?
It is anoying when using Full Backup, i got warnings like:
"Fri Feb 14 08:27:24 2014[Warning] Graphic aspect MotorUni:AlarmControl needs to be rebuilt
because dependent aspects have been updated.
Otherwise the aspect will not work after the backup is restored.
Run DisplayTool before the backup is generated, or after the backup is restored."
or A way to get rid of this warning?
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This is a common problem.
I do not recommend opening and deploying the aspect as the problem would return if the system is upgraded to a later revision or version. Deploying it would create a new "bastard version" that may result in its own pyramide of broken dependencies in case you import displays from another system which were originally deployed against the official version of this element. You are better off by staying with official versions of dependencies.
Prior to 5.1 you could import a locked library, thus by importing a bona fide version of the "SupportLib" the dependency problem would be resolved. Each library has a corresponding AFW file located somewhere below C:\Program Files\...\AC 800M Connect x\import\...
Dependencies are listed on the Elements tab of any VBPG graphic aspect.
As of 5.0 or 5.1 import of locked libraries is not possible any more.
I suggest contacting your regional ABB support center and have them to assist you - I suspect that you could work this problem away by reloading the AC800 Connect system extension (a procedure you should receive a official statement from your regional ABB support team on how to perform it properly).
Another more work intensive solution would be to go to back to the system/version where this problem emerged and repair from there, maybe this was spawned in 4.x where import of locked libraries are possible.