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  1. How to make a recipe?

    I'm coming from AB and Automation Direct and I guess to assume they would even be remotely similar was a joke. In AD I have the ability to pull up a recipe on the HMI with the Part number (Vertical column) and different attributes of the part in the following 5 columns (derived from tags in the PLC). How do I replicate this in GT Designer 3? I'm utilizing GX Works 3 with it.  I have a recipe record box on the HMI screen thats visibility is based on a tag in the PLC. How do I make it do the same thing has previously described? Going through the settings of the Recipe Display, I can't find any place to add the columns based on the tags. It seemingly gives you very limited options in the settings. Has anyone had better experience with this that can point me in the right direction?  Thanks in advance!
  2. HMI NB10 - Recipe

    Hello,  All about NB creating recipe file..All step and instruction are followed but i wondered it does not work, in simulation or thru downloading it to the unit. My situation is I have 3 product, P1 P2 & P3 all are in floating point, all product are grouped in recipe 1 up to 20 in different inclusion.. Any body who can help me about making recipe in NB10.. Thanks in advance. 
  3. C-More Recipes

    Hi everyone, I am using an EA9 touch panel from automation direct. I am using C-more's "call recipe" function to create and write new recipes, inputted by the user. My problem is that every time I make a change in C-more and send it to the panel, I lose all of the recipes created by the user because they are over written by the ones (there and not there) in my recipe database, on my computer. Now, I know this can be avoided by just uploading from the panel to start with. But inevitably, I will forget to do that one day. I would like to store the recipes on an SD card, so that they will not be lost when I make changes to the program. Has anyone done this before? Is it possible?
  4. I'm in process of putting together a proposal for a client using FactoryTalk Plus. The process involves 2 main ingredients that will be batched using Recipeplus component. there will also be several manually added ingredients. I need to make these part of the recipe for data logging purposes. Has anyone added a component to Recipeplus for manual entry of these minor ingredients? No sense reinventing the wheel if there's a solution out there.
  5. Dear All!!! Please tell me the way how can i delete recipe from Runtime. There are only save and restore options in the inbuild recipe function. I am using inbuild recipe function. Factory Talk View SE v8.0 (all the patches till date are installed) I have RSView32 VBA code but i am not able to use it in FTV SE Please help me with it!!! Private Sub Display_AnymationStart() Dim sRecipes As StringList Dim vRecipe As Variant On Error GoTo ErrHandler Set sRecipes = gProject.GetComponents("recipe;files") For Each vRecipe In sRecipes LstRecipeNames.AddItem vRecipe Next vRecipe ErrHandler: If Err.Number Then gActivity.Log Err.Description Err.Clear End If Set sRecipes = Nothing Set vEachRecipe = Nothing End Sub 'user selects the recipe name in the list box, and then presses delete button Private Sub cmdDeleteRcp_Click() On Error GoTo ErrHandler If LstRecipeNames.ListIndex = -1 Then MsgBox "Select a recipe to delete" Else 'delete the recipe file, and remove from the project gProject.DeleteComponent "Recipe;files", LstRecipeNames.Text 'remove the item from the listbox LstRecipeNames.RemoveItem LstRecipeNames.ListIndex End If ErrHandler: If Err.Number Then gActivity.Log Err.Description Err.Clear End If End Sub The bolded points are problem, Bypased the error handler , but please lemme know how can use use this commands in FTV SE, as VBA in SE is client based blah blah... gProject.DeleteComponent "Recipe;files", LstRecipeNames.Text
  6. Weintek EMT3105P HMI

    Hello, I am using a Weintek EMT3105P HMI with a 1769-ERML33 AB Compactlogix PLC. I have had the equipment at the customer site up and running for 4 months now with no problem. Now have a problem with the recipe data base. All the formatting is correct, all the addressing is correct. All the items in the numeric input object properties are correct. However it has been converting the data entries for some cells in the recipe database to scientific notation and ignoring the format. I have a recipe input for the number of holes to drill, which writes from the numeric input object to the recipe for number of holes. It is formatted in the numeric input object properties as 3 digits to the left and 0 digits to the right of the decimal point. When I write to this, lets say the value of 2, the number that written to the recipe is 2.45655e40. I have done everything I know to fix this problem, delete, recreate, uninstall the software, the data base and all to no avail. I still have the same issue. If anyone out there has any ideas or experience with this I would appreciate hearing from you. Thanks in advance. Oldnerd
  7. Dear friends. I faced one problem of recipe working. Could somebody help me? I try to create recipe and use it in my program. Fisrt of all I decided to learn how it working and for this I used documentation NB-Designer Operation Manual. I created my test program, but it doesn't work as I need. Bellow I want to describe, what I need: I want to have 5 program with 4 parameters and download these program with parameters inside to the PLC. In attachment you can see my program. test.zip
  8. Recipe function : factory talk view 6

    Hi!!! Could anyone please tell me how can i make my recipe function working having : 1. SQL database linkage 2. VBA programme 3. Without making new recipe tags (want to use actual plc tags only, no new recipe tags) I am new to factory talk so please tell me from the scratch. It would be highly appreciable. Thank You.
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    This is a quick bit of code to show how a recipe function might be written if one were to do it in the PLC rather than the HMI. This is the basic building blocks with which a program could begin to be written. The BSET instruction combined with the indirect addressing method demonstrated would allow for a delete function. Copy and other functionality could be added using similar concepts.
  10. File Name: Recipe Sample Code - Ladder program with supporting NB project File Submitter: Michael Walsh File Submitted: 31 Mar 2015 File Category: PLC Sample Code This is a quick bit of code to show how a recipe function might be written if one were to do it in the PLC rather than the HMI. This is the basic building blocks with which a program could begin to be written. The BSET instruction combined with the indirect addressing method demonstrated would allow for a delete function. Copy and other functionality could be added using similar concepts. Click here to download this file