AVEVA SCADA Wonderware – System Platform 2020 – Basics 1

Basics to Advanced courses on AVEVA SCADA Wonderware System Platform 2020 – with Industry Based Examples Part 1

Welcome to AVEVA Wonderware SCADA Application Server 2020 – Hands On:

What you’ll learn

  • AVEVA Wonderware Application Objects.
  • Creating Global Derived Templates.
  • Creating Galaxy.
  • Device Integration Servers.
  • Application Planning and Application Server Project Workflow in AVEVA System Platform.
  • Using Object Viewer.
  • AppEngine.
  • WinPlatform.
  • License.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 2 lectures • 14min.
  • System Platform Architecture Overview –> 6 lectures • 58min.
  • System Platform Application Server Galaxy –> 2 lectures • 9min.
  • First Application Server Project –> 2 lectures • 12min.
  • Application Planning –> 2 lectures • 28min.
  • System Platform Application Server Toolboxes –> 2 lectures • 10min.
  • System Platform Application Server Views –> 6 lectures • 38min.
  • System Platform Application Server Objects –> 3 lectures • 35min.
  • System Platform Application Server Devices –> 4 lectures • 29min.
  • System Platform Device Integration Objects –> 3 lectures • 24min.
  • What is Next? –> 1 lecture • 3min.

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  • Welcome to AVEVA Wonderware SCADA Application Server 2020 – Hands On:

The AVEVA Application Server is the heart of the System Platform; it provides the services and tools to create, manage, and deploy your application. An application created with Application Server is called a Galaxy; both terms are interchangeable. Based on an object-oriented framework, Application Server allows you to “assemble” a project out of smaller, individual objects that represent the different parts of your plant and your application. These are assembled from an area or a section of the factory, to every equipment in the field (valve, tanks, pumps, and so on), to the computers running your application. Almost everything that is part of your project can be modelled as an object in a Galaxy. A point-and-click interface allows you to easily create, configure, and manage your objects, and at the same time allows the extension and enhancement of your application through integration with the .NET Framework, particularly through a powerful scripting engine.

Applications created with Application Server have distribution capabilities by nature. Going from one computer to a multi-node networked environment is simply a matter of modelling the computers that will be part of your project and distributing the load of your application (objects) across them. This functionality also allows you to easily create and deploy redundant




– Preview

– Introduction

2.System Platform Architecture Overview

– SP Components

– SP Clients

– Software and Hardware Requirements

– SP Installation

– System Platform Prerequisites

– LAB: Prerequisites

– LAB: License

3.System Platform Application Server Galaxy

– What is a Galaxy

– LAB: Create a Galaxy

4.First Application Server Project

– Create the Project Toolset

– LAB: Create the Project Toolsets

5.Application Planning

– Application Planning

– Case Study

6.System Platform Application Server Toolboxes

– Template Graphic Toolbox Part 1

– Template Graphic Toolbox Part 2

7.System Platform Application Server Views

– Model View

– Deployment View

– Derivation View

– IO Devices and Operation View

– Overview

– LAB: Create Deployment and Model Views

8.System Platform Application Server Objects

– Template and Attributes

– LAB: Templates and Attributes

– LAB: Using Object Viewer

9.System Platform Application Server Devices

– WinPlatform

– LAB: Create Platform

– AppEngine

– LAB: Create AppEngine

10.System Platform Device Integration Objects

– Device Integration Objects

– LAB: Configure a Device Integration Object

– LAB: Connecting and Object to Field Device


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