Diagnostic Utility & Tags

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    Steve Tester

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    Hi All,

    Is there any to have the Diagnostic Utility look at a Project to pickup the tag names. I've been using the Diagnostic Utility a lot lately & having to find out what the GA's tag name is all the time is a real pain. :(
     
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    Richo

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    This is currently not supported. What are doing with the diagnostic utility a lot?
     
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    There are no plans to do this at the moment. The Diagnostic Utility is designed to be a small, stand-alone application. To add tags would require integration with C-Gate which makes it a lot more complex.
     
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    Diagnostic Utility

    A project last week was site monitoring for a customer in a commercial building, they need to know what was turning off lights before business hours. This was run over 4 days producing two files, the first having 100,000 lines.
    This week I'm using it to monitor changes we have made to a PAC project.
     
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    Thanks for the extra info. Sorry I don't have an easy solution for you. We do have embryonic plans for a more detailed logging system for C-Bus that would meet these sort of needs but that is a long way off at this stage.
     
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