(5) Field name setting
Set the assignments between the resource data to be sent and the field values for the database.
The resource data types vary according to [Resource type].
(Example) Screen for settings of sending logging data
(0 to 32 characters)
When setting [Field name], fields for the stroring comment and the time data are created in the database. (The setting for the field
name is not necessarily required.)
When [Field name] is not inputted, no resource data is sent.
For the types of data to be sent in the fields, refer to the following.
This section (5) (e) Data types
For characters that can be used for character strings, refer to the following:
Appendix.1.3 Characters applicable to character string constants, etc.
For characters that can be used for field and table names, refer to the following:
Appendix.1.4 Characters applicable to field names, table names, etc.
1) First row (comment)
A field name for sending a comment to the database can be set.
2) Second row (time)
A field name that specifies a date and time for a resource data send action can be set.
3) Third row or later (resource data)
A field name for sending the resource data to the database can be set.
Input the field name for [Insert data] to be sent.
4) First row (0 to 32 characters, Default: Comment)
The comment to be inserted into the database can be set.
5) Second row (Default: GOT time)
The date and time for inserting the data to the database can be selected from [GOT time] or
6) Third row or later (resource data)
The list of resource data to be inserted to the database is displayed.
This section (5) (a) When selecting [Logging] for [Resource type]
This section (5) (b) When selecting [Advanced user alarm] for [Resource type]
This section (5) (c) When selecting [Advanced system alarm] for [Resource type]
This section (5) (d) When selecting [Operation Log] for [Resource type]
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