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NI Lookout 6.6 Client Win32Eng NI Lookout客户端6.6版
Lookout Client是基于Web的人机界面/监控和数据采集（HMI/SCADA）系统软件。它具有网络监测和控制以及分布式警报、事件和数据记录等功能。Lookout Client采用基于对象的架构，并支持事件驱动的处理。
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NI Lookout 6.6 Client Win32Eng NI Lookout客户端6.6版
Lookout 6.6 Readme
This file contains information about Lookout 6.6, including supported platforms, installation instructions, and a list of new features and changes.
Features and Changes
Notice Regarding Microsoft Silverlight Installation and Redistribution
National Instruments Lookout is a human machine interface (HMI) and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) software system for industrial automation. Lookout runs under Windows and communicates with field I/O through control hardware. Lookout can support the following applications:
Lookout supports the following operating systems:
Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later
Windows Server 2003 R2 (32-bit)
Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)
Lookout does not support Windows Me/2000/9x/NT or the Windows Server non-R2 editions. Refer to the Lookout Release Notes for a complete list of system requirements.
Note: National Instruments is committed to maintaining compatibility with Microsoft Windows technology changes. However, NI has become aware of a number of issues of potential significance regarding Microsoft Windows 7. To learn how Windows 7 affects your use of NI products, visit ni.com/info and enter the Info Code windows7.
Refer to the Lookout Release Notes for more information about installing Lookout. This section describes additional installation considerations.
The Lookout software requires Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition (SQL Express). This component is installed by default when you install Lookout. During the installation process, the Lookout installer creates an instance of SQL Express named CITADEL. To prevent unauthorized access to SQL Express, the installer also generates a password for the SQL Express administrator sa. The default password is the computer ID. Complete the following steps to find the computer ID using NI License Manager.
The Lookout installer enables a mixed security mode on existing SQL Servers. If the target computer does not have an SQL Server installed, the Lookout installer installs SQL Express in the mixed security mode.
Use the following command line prompt to change the default password for the sa user:
Sqlcmd -S"localhostCITADEL" -U"sa" -P"COMPUTER_ID" -Q"sp_password 'COMPUTER_ID', 'NEW_PASSWORD', 'sa'"
If the mixed security mode is not acceptable, change both the SQL Express and Citadel login modes. You must set the registry DWORD values HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftMSSQLServerMSSQLServerLoginMode and HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWARENational InstrumentsCitadel.0IntegratedSecurity to 1.
National Instruments recommends you to change the login mode immediately after you install Lookout. Otherwise, you must relink all existing Citadel databases. Restart the SQL Express and Citadel services in order for changes to take effect. If you use integrated NT security, you might need to configure the server machine and all clients explicitly.
Note: Lookout 6.0.2 and earlier use Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine (MSDE 2000), not SQL Express. If you upgrade Lookout 6.0.2 or earlier to Lookout 6.6, any existing databases continue to use MSDE 2000 for alarm logging, but new databases you create use SQL Express. If you detach an existing database from Lookout and then reattach the database, Lookout migrates the database to SQL Express.
You might want to uninstall MSDE 2000 after installing Lookout 6.6. Complete the following steps to uninstall MSDE 2000.
Exit Lookout if Lookout is running.
Open NI Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) and select My System»Historical Data»Citadel 5 Universe from the Configuration tree.
On the Databases page, detach all databases from the local computer.
Open the Windows Control Panel and uninstall MSDE 2000.
Restart the computer.
Open MAX and reattach all databases.
Lookout relies on licensing activation. You must activate a valid Lookout license before you can run Lookout. To activate Lookout, use the serial number you received as part of your installation package.
Refer to the Lookout Release Notes for more information about licensing in Lookout.
Features and Changes
Lookout 6.6 incorporates the following new features and changes:
Supporting Multiple Windows
Lookout supports running multiple processes in different Lookout windows. Each Lookout window has the same alarm window and menu options. You can open multiple Lookout windows by creating multiple processes.
Supporting Full Screen
Lookout supports developing and running applications in full screen.
Supporting Enabling or Disabling Control Panel Buttons Programmatically
Lookout provides a new panel data member enablerestoreoptions to help you enable or disable the Minimize, Maximize, Restore Down, Restore Up, and Close buttons programmatically on the control panels.
Supporting Auto-Saving Changes
Lookout can help you recover files from crashes or power outage, which gives you extra protection on file safety. Lookout automatically saves your changes in the following situations:
Auto-save your changes when you switch Lookout from edit mode to run mode.
Auto-save your changes at regular intervals in edit mode. The default interval is 5 minutes. You can specify the interval from 1 minute to 1,440 minutes.
NI OPC Servers is upgraded from 2010 to 2011. In Lookout 6.6, if you want to use NI OPC Servers 2011 to run applications built in NI OPC Servers 2010 or earlier, you need to complete the following steps:
Launch NI OPC Servers Configuration by selecting Start»All Programs»National Instruments»NI OPC Servers 2011»NI OPC Servers Configuration. Select File»Open from the menu bar to open the NI OPC Servers project file (.opt) built in NI OPC Servers 2010 or earlier.
In Lookout 6.6, select File»Open from the menu bar to open the Lookout source code file (.lks) compiled by Lookout 6.5 or earlier.
Switch to edit mode and select Object»Object Explorer.
In the Object Explorer dialog box that appears, expand your process tree and show your OPC client objects. Right-click the OPC client object you want to use and select Properties from the shortcut menu.
In the Revise OPC Client dialog box that appears, switch to National Instruments.NIOPCServers.V5 from the Server Name pull-down menu.
Tip: National Instruments recommends that you save the Lookout process file (.l4p) after completing the previous steps for easier access later. If you do not save this file, you need to complete the previous steps again the next time.
Refer to the NI OPC Servers Help, available by selecting Start»All Programs»National Instruments»NI OPC Servers 2011»NI OPC Servers Help, for more information about using the NI OPC Servers application.
You can access the software and documentation known issues list online. Refer to the National Instruments Web site for an up-to-date list of known issues in Lookout.
The following table contains the IDs and issues of a subset of fixed bugs in Lookout 6.6. This table is not an exhaustive list of fixed bugs in Lookout 6.6. If you have a CAR ID, you can search this list to validate the bug that has been fixed.
|Lookout cannot read correct value from FromWhen and ToWhen data members of the CitadelControl object after its property was revised.|
|Symbolic link cannot be deleted once you created a display using symbolic link members.|
|Lookout crashes when you create connection on Logon and/or Logoff in the Edit Connection.|
|Lookout allows you to save a process when your security level is no less than 9, but when your security level is lower than 9, you also can save an unsaved process by reopening or closing the process.|
|You cannot use MAX to create a Citadel 4 database.|
|Lookout needs a help file for the DeleteTrace object.|
|Lookout crashes when the name of the DataTable data member alias is too long.|
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If you do not have Internet access, you can install Silverlight from this NI distribution media.
Using Microsoft Silverlight
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