Plant Configuration Using WinCC Runtime Professional

Plant Configuration Using WinCC Runtime Professional

Application Description 09/2014

Plant Configuration Using

WinCC Runtime Professional

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Table of Contents

Warranty and Liability ................................................................................................. 2

1 Task ..................................................................................................................... 5

2 Single-User System ........................................................................................... 7

2.1

2.2

Task ...................................................................................................... 7

Solution................................................................................................. 7

2.2.1

Functional principle .............................................................................. 7

2.2.2

Hardware and software components ................................................... 8

2.3

Procedure ............................................................................................. 9

2.3.1

Installation ............................................................................................ 9

2.3.2

Project engineering ............................................................................ 10

3 Single-User System With Multiple Monitors ................................................. 12

3.1

3.2

Task .................................................................................................... 12

Solution............................................................................................... 12

3.2.1

Functional principle ............................................................................ 12

3.2.2

Hardware and software components ................................................. 13

3.3

Procedure ........................................................................................... 14

3.3.1

Installation .......................................................................................... 14

3.3.2

Project engineering ............................................................................ 16

4 Multi-User System ........................................................................................... 20

4.1

4.2

Task .................................................................................................... 20

Solution............................................................................................... 20

4.2.1

Functional principle ............................................................................ 20

4.2.2

Hardware and software components ................................................. 22

4.3

Procedure ........................................................................................... 23

4.3.1

Installation .......................................................................................... 23

4.3.2

Project engineering ............................................................................ 25

4.3.3

Further settings .................................................................................. 28

5 Redundant Systems ........................................................................................ 29

5.1

5.2

Task .................................................................................................... 29

Solution............................................................................................... 29

5.2.1

Functional principle ............................................................................ 29

5.2.2

Hardware and software components ................................................. 31

5.3

Procedure ........................................................................................... 33

5.3.1

Installation .......................................................................................... 33

5.3.2

Project engineering ............................................................................ 35

5.3.3

Further settings .................................................................................. 39

6 Web Access ...................................................................................................... 40

6.1

6.2

Task .................................................................................................... 40

Solution............................................................................................... 40

6.2.1

Functional principle ............................................................................ 40

6.2.2

Hardware and software components ................................................. 41

6.3

Procedure ........................................................................................... 43

6.3.1

Installation .......................................................................................... 43

6.3.2

Project engineering ............................................................................ 52

6.3.3

Working with the WebNavigator components .................................... 54

7 Access Through Office PCs ........................................................................... 57

7.1

7.2

Task .................................................................................................... 57

Solution............................................................................................... 57

7.2.1

Functional principle ............................................................................ 57

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7.2.2

Hardware and software components ................................................. 59

7.3

Procedure ........................................................................................... 60

7.3.1

Installation .......................................................................................... 60

7.3.2

Project engineering ............................................................................ 68

7.3.3

Working with the DataMonitor components ....................................... 71

8 References ....................................................................................................... 90

9 History............................................................................................................... 90

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Introduction

Automation technology poses most diverse requirements on SCADA systems.

With WinCC Runtime Professional and the available options, you can set up both sophisticated single-user applications and complex multi-user systems with servers and clients. What's more, data transfer for an evaluation in the office world or automatic sending of the production data by e-mail is also possible.

This application shows you the required hardware and software as well as the engineering steps for setting up the different plant configurations.

Overview of the automation task

The figure below gives an overview of the automation task.

Figure 1-1

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Internet

Main topics of this application

The following topics will be discussed in this application:

• Required hardware and software components of the respective scenario

• Required licenses

• Installation and expansion of the project engineering

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Assumed knowledge

This application does not contain a description of the following topics:

• Basic engineering with WinCC (TIA Portal). Only the steps required additionally for the respective setup will be explained.

• Network configuration

• Process connection of the WinCC (TIA Portal) components

• Basics of Microsoft Windows operating systems

Basic knowledge of these topics is assumed.

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2.1 Task

2 Single-User System

2.1 Task

Overview

Figure 2-1

Operator Station (OS) Engineering Station (ES)

LAN

Process connection

Description

For process monitoring, you use a single-user system – the operator station (OS).

The OS is connected to the process (e.g., via Ethernet). The engineering station

(ES) is used for project engineering. ES and OS can also be designed as one station.

2.2

2.2.1

Solution

Functional principle

A single-user system is an independent WinCC system. The engineering and runtime data are stored locally on the PC.

Single-user systems are usually used close to production. They are suited for smaller applications or for operator control and monitoring of independent subprocesses or plant sections.

Project engineering can be performed either directly at the OS or at a separate ES.

For project engineering, the license "SIMATIC WinCC Professional" is required.

For operation at runtime, the license "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Professional" is required. Both licenses are available in different variants, depending on the number of power tags required in your project. Power tags are tags with process connection.

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Advantages

The solution presented here offers you the following advantages:

• Consistent scalability from single-user system to client-server solution

• Investment security

• Easy expandability via power packs or options

2.2.2 Hardware and software components

Hardware components

Table 2-1

Component

Programmer, e.g.,

SIMATIC FIELD

PG M4

SIMATIC

IPC547E

No.

1

1

Article number

6ES7716-2CA10-0CD3

6AG4104-3HA34-4BX0

Flat Panel

SIMATIC IFP1900

1

Ethernet cable 1

6AV7863-3TA00-0AA0

Specialist retailers

Note

Engineering station

Operator station

19” rack PC, optionally available as tower

Single-touch, alternatively with glass front (multi-touch capable)

For project engineering transfer from ES to OS

Software components

Table 2-2

Component

SIMATIC WinCC

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Runtime

Professional

Licenses

Table 2-3

Component

SIMATIC WinCC

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Runtime

Professional

No.

1

Article number Note

e.g.: 6AV2103-0DA03-0AA5 For installation on the ES

1 e.g.: 6AV2105-0DA03-0AA0 For installation on the OS

No.

1

1

Article number Note

License included in "SIMATIC

WinCC Professional" software

License included in "SIMATIC

WinCC Runtime Professional" software

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2.3 Procedure

2.3 Procedure

2.3.1 Installation

Table 2-4

No.

1.

2.

3.

4.

Action

Start the installation setup "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Professional" at the OS.

Select the installation language and read the installation and product information.

Select the languages to be installed.

Select the "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Professional V13.0" component. The components "Documentation Viewer", "Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard

Edition SP2", and "Automation License Manager" are selected automatically.

5.

6.

7.

If the check box is displayed grayed out, installation is not possible. In this case, click on the component. In the text box below the components, the reason why installation is not possible is indicated (e.g., incompatible software).

Read and accept the license conditions and security information.

Read and accept the security settings. Start the installation.

Transfer the license "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Professional" from the license data carrier to the OS.

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2.3 Procedure

2.3.2 Project engineering

Table 2-5

No.

1.

2.

Action

Open WinCC (TIA Portal) on the programmer and create a new project.

Add the OS (IPC547E).

3. Open the Device view of the OS.

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2.3 Procedure

No.

4.

Action

Enter the computer name of the OS set under Windows in the "Name" and

"Computer name" fields.

5. Add "WinCC RT Professional" via "Hardware catalog > SIMATIC HMI

Application".

6.

7.

Configure WinCC Runtime Professional (screens, runtime settings, etc.).

Transfer the project to the OS. To this end, click the "Download to device" button and navigate to the network folder released for the WinCC projects at the OS (by default: "WinCCprojects").

If you have problems in loading the OS, please regard the notes in

References.

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3.1 Task

Overview

Figure 3-1

Operator station (OS) with multiple montiors

Engineering station (ES)

LAN

Process connection

Description

An OS with multiple monitors is used as SCADA system. The OS is connected to the process (e.g., via Ethernet). The engineering station (ES) is used for project engineering. ES and OS can also be designed as one system.

3.2

3.2.1

Solution

Functional principle

A single-user system is an independent WinCC system. The engineering and runtime data are stored locally on the PC.

Single-user systems are usually used close to production. They are suited for smaller applications or for operator control and monitoring of independent subprocesses or plant sections.

The screen window technology is suited for operating the single-user system with multiple monitors. In the project engineering you can define on which monitor a screen window is displayed during runtime. By using screen windows you can adapt the project engineering to your requirements. For example, an overview screen can be displayed on one monitor while on another monitor detail screens are shown. Or you configure independent screen selections for each monitor so that every user can freely select which screen is to be displayed on which monitor.

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3.2 Solution

Project engineering can be performed either directly on the runtime PC or at a separate ES.

For project engineering, the license "SIMATIC WinCC Professional" is required.

For operation at runtime, the license "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Professional" is required. Both licenses are available in different variants, depending on the number of power tags required in your project. Power tags are tags with process connection.

Advantages

• Greater clarity

• Easier comparison of different data/trends

• The extended variant of the Industrial Flat Panel allows a distance of up to 30 meters between the OS and the monitor. Thus, you can set up simple distributed systems cost-effectively.

• Up to 5 monitors can be connected to the SIMATIC IPC547E.

3.2.2 Hardware and software components

Hardware components

Table 3-1

Component

Programmer, e.g.,

SIMATIC FIELD

PG M4

SIMATIC

IPC547E

No.

1

1

Article number

6ES7716-2CA10-0CD3

6AG4104-3HA34-4BX0

Flat Panel

SIMATIC IFP1900

5

DisplayPort cable 2

Ethernet cable 1

6AV7863-3TA00-0AA0

6AV7860-0DH30-0AA0

Specialist retailers

Note

Engineering station

Operator station

19” rack PC, optionally available as tower

Single-touch, alternatively with glass front (multi-touch capable)

Industry quality, 3 m

For project engineering transfer from ES to OS

Software components

Table 3-2

Component

SIMATIC WinCC

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Runtime

Professional

No.

1

Article number Note

e.g.: 6AV2103-0DA03-0AA5 For installation on the ES

1 e.g.: 6AV2105-0DA03-0AA0 For installation on the OS

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3.3 Procedure

Licenses

Table 3-3

Component No. Article number

SIMATIC WinCC

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Runtime

Professional

1

1

3.3

3.3.1

Procedure

Note

License included in "SIMATIC

WinCC Professional" software

License included in "SIMATIC

WinCC Runtime Professional" software

Installation

Table 3-4

No.

1.

2.

3.

Action

Start the installation setup "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Professional" at the OS.

Select the installation language and read the installation and product information.

Select the languages to be installed.

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3.3 Procedure

No.

4.

Action

Select the "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Professional V13.0" component. The components "Documentation Viewer", "Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard

Edition SP2", and "Automation License Manager" are selected automatically.

5.

6.

7.

If the check box is displayed grayed out, installation is not possible. In this case, click on the component. In the text box below the components, the reason why installation is not possible is indicated (e.g., incompatible software).

Read and accept the license conditions and security information.

Read and accept the security settings. Start the installation.

Transfer the license "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Professional" from the license data carrier to the OS.

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3.3 Procedure

3.3.2 Project engineering

Table 3-5

No.

1.

2.

Action

Open WinCC (TIA Portal) on the programmer and create a new project.

Add the OS (IPC547E).

3. Open the Device view of the OS.

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No.

4.

Action

Enter the computer name of the OS set under Windows in the "Name" and

"Computer name" fields.

5. Add "WinCC RT Professional" via "Hardware catalog > SIMATIC HMI

Application".

6.

7.

Open the "Screens" folder and add a new screen (e.g., Startscreen) via "Add new screen".

For each monitor, add a screen window from the "Controls" object palette to the screen. Under "Properties > Miscellaneous", assign names to the screen windows (e.g., Monitor1, Monitor2,...).

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3.3 Procedure

No.

8.

Action

Open "Properties > General" and check the "Independent window" check box.

Select "Maximized" for Position and mode and set the monitor number.

9.

The monitor number must be identical with the one set under Windows. It can be found at "Start > Control Panel > Appearance and Personalization > Adjust screen resolution". Click the "Identify" button to display the monitor number on the respective monitor.

Open the Runtime settings. Check the "Hide main window" check box in order that only the screen windows are shown during runtime.

10. Complete project engineering.

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No.

11.

Action

For a screen change, configure the event "ActivateScreenInScreenWindow".

Under "Screen name", enter the name of the screen that contains the screen windows (e.g., "Startscreen").

Under "Screen window", enter the name of the screen window (e.g.,

"Monitor2").

Under "New screen name", enter the name of the screen that is to be displayed in the screen window.

12. Transfer the project to the OS. To this end, click the "Download to device" button and navigate to the network folder released for the WinCC projects at the OS (by default: "WinCCprojects").

If you have problems in loading the OS, please regard the notes in

References.

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Overview

Figure 4-1

Clients

HMI network

Server

Process connection

Description

The SCADA system runs on a server. This server is connected to the process

(e.g., via Ethernet). Operation is to be possible from multiple different operator stations.

This application is suited for small- to medium-sized plants in which operation is effected from different operator stations, but distribution of the data to multiple servers is not required.

4.2

4.2.1

Solution

Functional principle

The multi-user system consists of one central server and multiple distributed clients.

The WinCC server features the process connection and automatically supplies the

WinCC clients with the engineering and process data. All WinCC data (e.g., screens, archives) are stored on the WinCC server.

The WinCC clients do not require separate project engineering, but just configuration with some general settings. For each WinCC client you can individually define the start screen, runtime language, toolbar, navigation keys, locking of key combinations, and screen properties.

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Depending on your requirements, the WinCC clients have either the same or different tasks. This is configured via different users and their access rights. Thus, you can allow for different views and operating options for the plant dependent on the logged-in user. Adding further WinCC clients subsequently is also possible.

Since the WinCC data are stored centrally on the WinCC server, process specifications or message acknowledgments are consistently provided at all operator stations. Any operator intervention, e.g., a value change, is immediately visible at all operator stations.

In the event of a system failure during runtime or when the WinCC server is terminated, the WinCC clients are not supplied with data. In this case, the missing connection is indicated by grayed-out fields and a corresponding display in the controls. Once the WinCC server is available again, the WinCC clients are reconnected.

A prerequisite for the project engineering of a multi-user system is that the WinCC server and WinCC clients are interconnected via a network. The WinCC server and

WinCC clients can also be connected via a router.

If you have made changes to the project, you can transfer these without ending the runtime on the WinCC server. When executing the "Load changes" function, only the changed or added runtime objects are loaded. During project engineering, a warning is issued whenever you make changes that do not support the "Load changes" function.

Advantages

• Low engineering effort

• Low effort in the case of changes

• Cost-efficient solution for SCADA applications of medium complexity

• Expandability to up to 32 WinCC clients

• Increased availability of the WinCC server due to the "Load changes" function

Quantity framework

• Microsoft Windows 7, 3 WinCC clients max.

• Microsoft Windows Server 2008/2012, 32 WinCC clients max.

Regard the specifications in \6\ for the released operating systems.

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4.2 Solution

4.2.2 Hardware and software components

Hardware components

Table 4-1

Component

Programmer, e.g.,

SIMATIC FIELD

PG M4

SIMATIC

IPC547E

No.

1

1

Article number

6ES7716-2CA10-0CD3

6AG4104-3HA42-0FX0

Note

Engineering station

SIMATIC

IPC477D

Software components

Table 4-2

Component

SIMATIC WinCC

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Runtime

Professional

Licenses

SCALANCE

X204-2

Ethernet cable

3

1

5

No.

1

Article number Note

e.g.: 6AV2103-0DA03-0AA5 For installation on the ES

1

6AV7240-0BC05-0KA0

6GK5204-2BB10-2AA3

Specialist retailers

Table 4-3

Component

SIMATIC WinCC

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Runtime

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Server for

Runtime

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Client for Runtime

Professional

1

1

3

No.

1

Article number

6AV2107-0EB00-0BB0

6AV2107-0DB03-0AA0

WinCC server

19” rack PC, optionally available as tower

WinCC client

Alternatively:

Microbox PC SIMATIC

IPC427D with SIMATIC Flat

Panel IFP1900 e.g.: 6AV2105-0DA03-0AA0 For installation on the OS

Note

License included in "SIMATIC

WinCC Professional" software

License included in "SIMATIC

WinCC Runtime Professional" software

One license required per client

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4.3 Procedure

4.3.1 Installation

WinCC server

Table 4-4

No.

1.

2.

3.

4.

Action

Start the installation setup "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Professional" on the

WinCC server.

Select the installation language and read the installation and product information.

Select the languages to be installed.

Select the "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Professional V13.0" component. The components "Documentation Viewer", "Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard

Edition SP2", and "Automation License Manager" are selected automatically.

5.

6.

7.

If the check box is displayed grayed out, installation is not possible. In this case, click on the component. In the text box below the components, the reason why installation is not possible is indicated (e.g., incompatible software).

Read and accept the license conditions and security information.

Read and accept the security settings. Start the installation.

Transfer the licenses "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Professional" and "SIMATIC

WinCC Server for Runtime Professional" from the license data carrier to the OS.

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WinCC clients

Perform the following steps on every WinCC client:

Table 4-5

No. Action

1.

2.

3.

4.

Start the installation setup "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Professional".

Select the installation language.

Select the languages to be installed.

Deselect the preselected components and select the component "SIMATIC

WinCC Runtime Client V13.0".

The components "Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Express Edition SP2" and

"Automation License Manager" are selected automatically.

5.

6.

7.

Read and accept the license conditions and security information.

Read and accept the security settings. Start the installation.

Transfer the license "SIMATIC WinCC Client for Runtime Professional" from the license data carrier to the WinCC client.

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4.3.2 Project engineering

Table 4-6

No.

1.

2.

Action

Open WinCC (TIA Portal) on the programmer and create a new project.

Add the WinCC server (IPC547E) and WinCC clients (IPC477D).

3. Open the Device view of the WinCC server.

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No.

4.

Action

Enter the computer name of the WinCC server set under Windows in the "Name" and "Computer name" fields.

5. Add "WinCC RT Professional" via "Hardware catalog > SIMATIC HMI

Application".

6.

7.

Open the Device view of the WinCC client.

Enter the computer name in the "Name" and "Computer name" fields.

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No.

8.

Action

Add "WinCC Client" via "Hardware catalog > SIMATIC HMI Application".

9.

10.

Perform steps 6-8 for the other WinCC clients, too.

Change to the Network view and activate the "Relations" field.

Create an HMI relation between the WinCC server and each WinCC client using drag and drop.

11.

12.

Create the users at "IPC 547E > WinCC RT Professional > User administration".

Grant the authorizations to the user groups.

To activate the WinCC project on the WinCC client, the user requires the authorization "Enable remote control" (number 1000). With this authorization, the user can remotely activate/deactivate also the runtime on the WinCC server.

Complete project engineering of the WinCC server (screens, runtime settings, etc.).

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4.3 Procedure

No.

13.

14.

Action

Open the runtime settings of a WinCC client. Define the configuration (e.g., start screen, services, properties of the runtime window).

Perform these steps for all WinCC clients.

Transfer the project to the WinCC server. To this end, click the "Download to device" button and navigate to the network folder released for the WinCC projects on the WinCC server (by default: "WinCCprojects").

The configuration of the WinCC clients is also loaded to the WinCC server and distributed to the WinCC clients at runtime.

If you have problems in loading the WinCC server, please regard the notes in

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4.3.3 Further settings

Operating system settings

In order that the WinCC client can access the project of the WinCC server, the following conditions must be met:

• The network must be a home or workplace network

• On both the WinCC server and WinCC client, the same Windows user with the same password must be logged in

• The password must not be blank

• The Windows user must at least be a main user and a member of the

"SIMATIC HMI" group

• The project must be stored in a folder released in the network (e.g.,

WinCCProjects)

Starting the project

Starting the project on the WinCC server

Open "Start > All Programs > Siemens Automation > Runtime Systems >

WinCC Runtime Professional > WinCC RT Start". Select the project and activate runtime.

Starting the project on the WinCC client

Open "Start > All Programs > Siemens Automation > Runtime Systems >

WinCC Runtime Professional > WinCC RT Start". Navigate to the project folder on the WinCC server and select the project. Log in with the WinCC user name and password.

Activating the project remotely

Open the Simatic Shell on the WinCC client via "Start > Computer". Click on the WinCC server. Right-click on the project (station name). Click on "Remote activation". The server project can only be activated remotely from the WinCC client if it has already been opened on the WinCC server.

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5.1 Task

Overview

Figure 5-1

Clients

HMI network

Server

Process connection

Redundant partner

Description

The SCADA system runs on a server. To increase plant availability, a second, redundant server is used. Operation is to be possible from multiple, different operator stations.

This application is suited for plants in which the downtimes are to be kept as low as possible.

5.2

5.2.1

Solution

Functional principle

In a multi-user system you can alternatively use a redundant server pair instead of the server. This means that two interconnected WinCC servers work in parallel, continuously monitoring each other. In case one WinCC server fails, the connected

WinCC clients are automatically switched to the active server. During a failure, the active WinCC server archives all messages and process data. After the failed

WinCC server has returned, these are automatically synchronized. In normal mode, too, data such as internal messages or recipes can be synchronized.

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For redundant WinCC servers with multi-user operation, Windows Server 2008 or

Windows Server 2012 must be used. Please regard the released operating system

versions in \6\.

In normal mode, the two redundant WinCC servers work with equal priority. They can define individually for each WinCC client with which WinCC server it is preferably connected.

Behavior in the event of a failure

In the runtime settings of the WinCC clients you define with which WinCC server

(master or standby) the respective WinCC client preferably connects. This setting relates to the redundancy settings in the project, not to the actual server status.

Table 5-1

Figure Description

Server1 is configured as master server,

Server2 as standby server. In the runtime settings of the WinCC client you define the

"Master" as preferred server.

Server 1

(Master)

Server 2

(Standby)

When runtime is activated, the WinCC client connects with Server1.

Server 1

(Master)

Status: Master

Server 2

(Standby)

Status: Standby

If Server1 fails, Server2 assumes the

"Master" status. The WinCC client is automatically connected with Server2.

Server 1

(Master)

Status: ------

Server 2

(Standby)

Status: Master

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Description

After Server1 has returned, it is assigned the "Standby" status, Server2 remains

"Master". The WinCC client nevertheless reconnects with Server1.

Figure

Server 1

(Master)

Status: Standby

Server 2

(Standby)

Status: Master

Server1 is only reassigned the "Master" status when Server2 fails.

Server 1

(Master)

Status: Master

Server 2

(Standby)

Status: ------

Advantages

• Automatic switchover if a server or communication to the server fails

• Increased system availability

• Continuous operation and visualization

• Automatic synchronization of all archive and message information in the background after a failure has been rectified

5.2.2 Hardware and software components

Hardware components

Table 5-2

Component

Programmer, e.g.,

SIMATIC FIELD

PG M4

1

No. Article number

6ES7716-2CA10-0CD3

Note

Engineering station

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Component

SIMATIC IPC547E 2

SIMATIC IPC477D 3

No. Article number

6AG4104-3HA42-2FX0

6AV7240-0BC05-0KA0

SCALANCE X206-1 1

Ethernet cable 6

Software components

Table 5-3

Component

SIMATIC WinCC

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Runtime

Professional

2

1

No.

6GK5206-1BB10-2AA3

Specialist retailers

Article number

e.g.: 6AV2103-0DA03-

0AA5 e.g.: 6AV2105-0DA03-

0AA0

Licenses

Note

Note

WinCC server

19” rack PC, optionally available as tower

WinCC client

Alternatively:

Microbox PC SIMATIC

IPC427D with SIMATIC Flat

Panel IFP1900

Note

For installation on the ES

For installation on the OS

Table 5-4

Component

SIMATIC WinCC

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Runtime

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Client for Runtime

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Redundancy for

Runtime

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Server for Runtime

Professional

1

No.

2

3

1

2

Article number

6AV2107-0DB03-0AA0

6AV2107-0FB00-0BB0

6AV2107-0EB00-0BB0

Note

License included in "SIMATIC

WinCC Professional" software

License included in "SIMATIC

WinCC Runtime Professional" software

One license required per

WinCC client

Please note that the two redundant servers must be structured identically. Install the same licenses on both servers.

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5.3

5.3.1

Procedure

Installation

WinCC server

Table 5-5

No.

1.

2.

3.

4.

Action

Start the installation setup "WinCC Runtime Professional" on the WinCC server.

Select the installation language and read the installation and product information.

Select the languages to be installed.

Select the "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Professional V13.0" component. The components "Documentation Viewer", "Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard

Edition SP2", and "Automation License Manager" are selected automatically.

5.

6.

7.

8.

If the check box is displayed grayed out, installation is not possible. In this case, click on the component. In the text box below the components, the reason why installation is not possible is indicated (e.g., incompatible software).

Read and accept the license conditions and security information.

Read and accept the security settings. Start the installation.

Transfer the licenses "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Professional", "SIMATIC WinCC

Server" and "SIMATIC WinCC Redundancy" from the license data carrier to the

WinCC server.

Perform these steps on the second WinCC server.

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WinCC client

Table 5-6

No.

1.

2.

3.

4.

Action

Start the installation setup "WinCC Runtime Professional".

Select the installation language.

Select the languages to be installed.

Select the "SIMATIC WinCC Runtime Client V13.0" component.

The components "Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Express Edition SP2" and

"Automation License Manager" are selected automatically.

5.

6.

7.

Read and accept the license conditions and security information.

Read and accept the security settings. Start the installation.

Transfer the license "SIMATIC WinCC Client for Runtime Professional" from the license data carrier to the WinCC client.

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5.3.2 Project engineering

Table 5-7

No.

1.

2.

Action

Open WinCC (TIA Portal) on the programmer and create a new project.

Add a WinCC server (IPC547E) and the WinCC clients (IPC477D).

3. Open the Device view of the WinCC server.

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No.

4.

Action

Enter the computer name of the WinCC server set under Windows in the "Name" and "Computer name" fields.

5. Add "WinCC RT Professional" via "Hardware catalog > SIMATIC HMI

Application".

6. Open the Device view of the WinCC client.

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No.

7.

Action

Enter the computer name of the WinCC client set under Windows in the "Name" and "Computer name" fields.

8. Add "WinCC Client" via "Hardware catalog > SIMATIC HMI Application".

9.

10.

Perform steps 6-8 for the other WinCC clients, too.

Change to the Network view and activate the "Relations" field.

Create an HMI relation between the WinCC server and each WinCC client using drag and drop.

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No.

11.

Action

Open the runtime settings of the WinCC server. Open the "Redundancy" item.

Check the "Configure redundant servers" check box.

Check the "Default master" check box if this WinCC server is to be used as default master.

Enter the computer name of the second WinCC server at "Redundant partner".

Separate project engineering of the redundant partner is not required. When loading the WinCC project, it is automatically transferred to both WinCC servers.

Configure the synchronization settings according to your requirements.

12.

13.

14.

Create the users and user groups under "IPC 547E > WinCC RT Professional >

User administration". Grant the authorizations to the user groups.

To activate the WinCC project on the WinCC client, the user requires the authorization "Enable remote control" (number 1000). With this authorization, the user can remotely activate/deactivate also the runtime on the WinCC server.

Complete project engineering of the WinCC server (screens, runtime settings, etc.).

Open the runtime settings of the WinCC client. Open the "Redundancy" item.

Define whether the WinCC client is to connect preferably with the master or standby server.

15.

Define the remaining configuration (e.g., start screen, services, properties of the runtime window).

Transfer the project to the WinCC server. To this end, click the "Download to device" button and navigate to the network folder released for the WinCC projects on the WinCC server (by default: "WinCCprojects"). Project engineering is automatically loaded to the redundant partner, too.

If you have problems in loading a WinCC server, please regard the notes in

the References.

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Redundancy tags

For the evaluation of the status of the redundant servers, the following system tags are provided in project engineering:

Table 5-8

Name

@RM_MASTER

@RM_MASTER_NAME

@RM_SERVER_NAME

Description

1 for server = master server

0 for server = standby server

With this tag you can manually define which server is assigned the "Master" status.

Name of the master server

Name of the server

5.3.3 Further settings

Operating system settings

• On both WinCC servers and the WinCC clients, the same user with the same password must be used.

• This user must be a member of the "SIMATIC HMI" group and at least have the rights of the "Main user".

• The network must be a home or workplace network.

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Overview

Figure 6-1

Internet

Operator station (OS)

Process network

Description

The local SCADA system is designed like one of the previously described scenarios. In addition, the plant is to be monitored through a remote station via the

Intranet or Internet.

6.2

6.2.1

Solution

Functional principle

To operate and monitor a WinCC project via the Intranet/Internet, you use the

WinCC WebNavigator option.

The functionality of WinCC WebNavigator can easily be implemented in an existing

WinCC project. The WebNavigator clients are integrated into the local user administration. If necessary, the authorizations can be selected in such a way that

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To this end, the WinCC WebNavigator server is installed on a WinCC single-user system or WinCC server. At the operator stations, WinCC WebNavigator Client is installed. They can access the project via the Internet Explorer or WinCCViewer

RT.

Access can also be gained via terminal services so that no WinCC installation is

required at the operator stations. Further information on this topic is available in \4\.

Licensing takes place on the WebNavigator server. There, the maximum number of

WebNavigator clients connected simultaneously is licensed. For that, only the number of WebNavigator clients currently connected simultaneously is evaluated. It is possible to access a WebNavigator server successively with any number of different WebNavigator clients. The WebNavigator clients do not need separate licenses.

Additionally, you can use a WebNavigator diagnostics client. In this process, no additional WebNavigator server license is occupied. Licensing takes place on the web diagnostics client. Thus, you can always access the WebNavigator server, even if the licensed number of WebNavigator clients has already been reached.

This process is recommended if you want to access several different WinCC systems or WebNavigator servers.

To ensure a higher degree of security, protect the system with a firewall. By using the WinCCViewer RT, you can prevent the user from accessing the Internet and protect the system better against viruses and trojans. By separating the WinCC server and WebNavigator server, you can additionally increase security and at the same time achieve higher plant availability.

Advantages

• Operator control and monitoring over great distances

• Fast update rate due to event-driven communication

• Increased security and availability due to separation of WinCC server and web server

• Granting of access rights with plant-wide user administration

6.2.2 Hardware and software components

Hardware components

Table 6-1

Component

Programmer, e.g.,

SIMATIC FIELD

PG M4

SIMATIC

IPC547E

No.

1

1

Article number

6ES7716-2CA10-0CD3

6AG4104-3HA34-0BX0

1 6AV7881-3AA00-2DA0

Note

Engineering station

WinCC WebNavigator server

19” rack PC, optionally available as tower

WinCC WebNavigator client SIMATIC

IPC277D

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Software components

Table 6-2

Component

SIMATIC WinCC

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Runtime

Professional

Licenses

Table 6-3

Component

SIMATIC WinCC

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Runtime

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

WebNavigator

Alternatively,

WinCC

WebDiagnostics

Client

No.

1

Article number Note

e.g.: 6AV2103-0DA03-0AA5 For installation on the ES

1 e.g.: 6AV2105-0DA03-0AA0 For installation on the OS

No.

1

1

1

1

Article number Note

License included in "SIMATIC

WinCC Professional" software

License included in "SIMATIC

WinCC Runtime Professional" software e.g.: 6AV2107-0KD00-0BB0 License dependent on number of connected clients (see

Functional principle)

6AV2107-0KT00-0BB0

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6.3 Procedure

6.3.1 Installation

WebNavigator server

Table 6-4

No.

1.

2.

Action

Windows 7

Open the control panel via "Start > Control Panel".

Click on the "Programs" category or the "Programs and Features" setting.

Click on "Turn Windows features on or off".

Activate the components stated under 2.

Windows Server 2008

In the Server Manager, Roles Summary, click on "Add roles".

Select the "Web server (IIS)" entry under "Server Roles".

Select the components stated under 2. under "Role Services".

• Web Management Tools:

IIS Management Service, IIS Management Console, IIS Management

Scripts and Tools, IIS Metabase and IIS 6 configuration compatibility,

IIS 6 WMI Compatibility

• World Wide Web Services > Common HTTP Features:

Default Document, Static Content

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• World Wide Web Services > Application Development Features:

ASP, ISAPI Extensions, ISAPI Filters

• World Wide Web Services > Security

Request Filtering, Basic Authentication

3.

4.

5.

6.

Start the installation setup "WinCC Runtime Professional" on the WebNavigator server.

Select the installation language and read the installation and product information.

Select the "Modify/Upgrade" option.

Select the languages to be installed.

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No.

7.

Action

Select the "Web Navigator Server" component in addition to the preselected components. Do not deselect the preselected components as they would then be uninstalled.

8.

9.

10.

If the check box is displayed grayed out, installation is not possible. In this case, click on the component. In the text box below the components, the reason why installation is not possible is displayed (e.g., IIS services not activated).

Read and accept the license conditions and security information.

Read and accept the security settings. Start the installation.

Transfer the license "SIMATIC WinCC WebNavigator" from the license data carrier to the WebNavigator server.

WebNavigator client / web diagnostics client

You can install the WebNavigator client either via the WinCC Runtime Professional installation medium or via the Intranet/Internet. The web diagnostics client is installed via the WinCC Runtime Professional installation medium.

Regardless of the setup type, if you want to establish the connection to the

WebNavigator server via the Internet Explorer, you have to adapt some settings in the Internet Explorer.

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Adapting settings in the Internet Explorer

Table 6-5

No.

1.

Action

Start the Internet Explorer. Click on "Tools > Internet Options".

2. Change to the "Security" tab and select the relevant zone, e.g., "Local intranet".

Click the "Custom level..." button.

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No.

3.

Action

Enable the options "Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting", "Download signed ActiveX controls", and "Active scripting".

4.

Save the settings with "OK" and confirm the subsequent dialog.

Click on the "Trusted sites" zone and click the "Sites" button.

5. Enter the address of the WebNavigator server, uncheck the "Require server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone" check box, and click on "Add".

Close the dialog.

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No.

6.

Action

Click on "Custom level..." and enable "Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe for scripting".

7.

Save the settings with "OK" and confirm the subsequent dialog.

Change to the "General" tab. Click the "Settings" button under Browsing history.

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No.

8.

Action

Under "Check for newer versions of stored pages", select the "Automatically" option.

2.

3.

4.

Close all opened dialogs.

Installation via the Intranet/Internet

Table 6-6

No.

1.

Action

To install the WebNavigator client via the Intranet/Internet, the WebNavigator

server must already be active. First follow the instructions in section 6.3.2 Project engineering and then install the WebNavigator client.

Open the Internet Explorer and enter the address of the WebNavigator server.

Enter the user name and password of the web user.

Click the "Click here to install" link.

5.

6.

7.

Click the "Save" button and select a storage location for the installation file.

Navigate to the installation file in the Windows Explorer and start setup with a double-click.

Click the "Next" button.

Read and accept the license conditions and security information.

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No.

8. Select the desired setup type.

Action

9.

10.

Select the language to be installed.

Check the settings and click the "Install" button to start installation.

Installation via the WinCC Runtime Professional installation medium

Table 6-7

No.

1.

2.

3.

Action

Start the installation setup "WinCC Runtime Professional" on the WebNavigator client.

Select the installation language and read the installation and product information.

Select the languages to be installed.

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No.

4.

Action

Select the "Web Navigator Client" or "Diagnostics Client" component.

5.

6.

7.

Read and accept the license conditions and security information.

Read and accept the security settings. Start the installation.

If required, transfer the license "WinCC WebDiagnostics Client" from the license data carrier to the WebDiagnostics client.

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6.3.2 Project engineering

Table 6-8

No.

1.

2.

Action

Open an existing WinCC (TIA Portal) project on the programmer or create a new project as described in the previous chapters.

Right-click on a screen that you want to release for web access and select "Web access" in the context menu.

3.

You can also release all screens for web access. To this end, right-click to open the context menu of the "Screens" folder and then click on "Web access for all".

Open the runtime settings of the WebNavigator server and configure the runtime behavior under "Web access".

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No.

4.

Action

Open the User administration and create the web users.

Set the web start screen and web language for the respective users.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

Assign the authorization "Web access – View only" (number 1002) if the web user must not operate the runtime project.

Transfer the project to the WebNavigator server. To this end, click the "Download to device" button and navigate to the released network folder on the

WebNavigator server.

If you have problems in loading a WebNavigator server, please regard the notes

in

\5\

of the References.

Start the WinCC WebConfigurator on the WebNavigator server via "Start > All

Programs > Siemens Automation > Options and Tools > HMI Tools > WinCC

WebConfigurator".

Decide whether you want to add a new default web page or virtual directory to an existing web site.

Assign a name to the web site. Define the port and IP address of the web site. If the WebNavigator server is to be available via the Intranet and Internet, select

"All not assigned".

Select the default web page.

Define the time after which the WebNavigator client tries to reestablish the connection to the WebNavigator server in case of a connection failure.

Click on "Next" if you have a firewall installed. Click on "Finish" and skip step 10 if you have no firewall installed.

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No.

10.

11.

12.

Action

Click the "Windows Firewall" button. Click on "Allow a program or feature through

Windows Firewall". Click the "Change settings" button. Enable "Secure World

Wide Web Services (HTTPS)" and "World Wide Web Services (HTTP)". Close the Windows dialogs.

Click on "Finish" in the WinCC Web Configurator.

Restart the WebNavigator server.

Start the runtime of the WinCC project.

6.3.3 Working with the WebNavigator components

WinCCViewer RT

Table 6-9

No.

1.

2.

Action

Start the WinCC Viewer RT via "Start > All Programs > Siemens Automation >

Options and Tools > HMI Tools > WinCCViewer RT".

Enter the address of the WebNavigator server at "Address" in the format

"http://IPaddress:port" or "http://servername". If you use the default port 80, this is not necessary. Enter the web user's data at "Username" and "Password".

3.

4.

Define the other settings for the WebNavigator client, e.g., screen attributes, on the "Parameters", "Graphics Runtime", and "Runtime" tabs.

Click on "OK" to apply the settings. The connection to the WebNavigator server is established.

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No.

5.

Action

To change settings later, enter the hotkeys defined for the Property sheet on the

"Parameters" tab.

Internet Explorer

Table 6-10

No.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Action

Open the Internet Explorer. Enter the address of the WebNavigator server in the address line of the Internet Explorer in the format "http://IPaddress:port" or

"http://servername". If you use the default port 80, this is not necessary.

Enter the user name and password of the web user.

The connection to the WebNavigator server is established.

To change the WebClient's properties or to load plugins, enter

"http://servername/maincontrol.asp" in the address line of the Internet Explorer.

Open the Web Navigator user interface by moving the mouse pointer over the bar highlighted in blue to the left of the Internet Explorer. Fix the Web Navigator user interface by clicking on the respective symbol.

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No.

6.

Action

Change the settings according to your requirements.

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7.1 Task

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7.1 Task

Overview

Figure 7-1

Office-PC

Office network

Operator Station (OS)

Process network

Description

The local SCADA system is designed like one of the previously described scenarios. Additionally, one or several office PC(s) is/are to generate, display, and analyze process states, statistics, or reports.

7.2

7.2.1

Solution

Functional principle

The WinCC DataMonitor option serves for the display, analysis, evaluation, and distribution of current and historical process data and messages. You can simply expand an existing WinCC Runtime Professional system by the WinCC

DataMonitor function.

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7.2 Solution

With the WinCCViewer RT, you can monitor the WinCC project via the

Internet/Intranet. By using these so-called "View Only Clients", you increase the protection of plant and personnel, as unwanted remote process intervention is prevented.

Moreover, it is possible to monitor process data or screens via customerconfigurable web pages, without the need for installation on the client PC.

The Microsoft Excel add-ins "Excel Workbook Wizard" and "Excel Workbook" facilitate the evaluation of, for example, production data, as the data are automatically stored in a Microsoft Excel workbook according to your requirements and are thus available for further processing.

Furthermore, you can create time- or event-controlled reports. These can be printed, saved in PDF format, or sent by e-mail to selected recipients.

Licensing takes place on the DataMonitor server. There, the maximum number of clients connected simultaneously is licensed. The clients are subdivided into two groups according to their function:

• Webcenter function group: Trends & Alarms, Webcenter, and Reports

• DataMonitor function group: WinCCViewerRT and Excel Workbooks

The table below shows how many clients can be used simultaneously dependent on the function group and number of licenses.

Table 7-1

License Webcenter function group

1 client

3 clients

10 clients

25 clients

50 clients

1

3

10

25

50

3

6

20

50

100

DataMonitor function group

If you use the DataMonitor function group, log off from the Internet Explorer via the

"Logout" button. If you close the Internet Explorer with the "Close" button, the license will only be released again after 20 minutes.

On the start page of the DataMonitor server, you can use the "?" button to display how many licenses of the DataMonitor function group are available at the maximum and how many are currently in use.

Advantages

• No additional engineering effort, as screens from the WinCC project are used directly

• Evaluation via centrally administrated templates for detailed analyses of the company processes, e.g., reports, statistics

• Information from the process can be compiled individually online at runtime and sent by e-mail to various persons

• User administration with user groups and individual access rights, e.g., to read, write, and create WebCenter pages

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7.2 Solution

7.2.2 Hardware and software components

Hardware components

Table 7-2

Component

Programmer, e.g.,

SIMATIC FIELD

PG M4

SIMATIC

IPC547E

No.

1

1

Article number

6ES7716-2CA10-0CD3

6AG4104-3HA34-0BX0

Note

Engineering station

WinCC DataMonitor server

19” rack PC, optionally available as tower

WinCC DataMonitor client SIMATIC

IPC277D

Software components

Table 7-3

Component

SIMATIC WinCC

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Runtime

Professional

Licenses

Table 7-4

Component

SIMATIC WinCC

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

Runtime

Professional

SIMATIC WinCC

DataMonitor

1 6AV7881-3AA00-2DA0

No.

1

Article number Note

e.g.: 6AV2103-0DA03-0AA5 For installation on the ES

1 e.g.: 6AV2105-0DA03-0AA0 For installation on the OS

No.

1

1

1

Article number Note

License included in "SIMATIC

WinCC Professional" software

License included in "SIMATIC

WinCC Runtime Professional" software e.g.: 6AV2107-0LD00-0BB0 License dependent on number of connected clients (see

Functional principle)

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7.3 Procedure

7.3 Procedure

7.3.1 Installation

DataMonitor server

Table 7-5

No.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Action

Windows 7

Open the control panel via "Start > Control Panel".

Click on the "Programs" category or the "Programs and Features" setting.

Click on "Turn Windows features on or off".

Activate the components stated under 2.

Windows Server 2008

In the Server Manager, Roles Summary, click on "Add roles".

Select the "Web server (IIS)" entry under "Server Roles".

Select the components stated under 2. under "Role Services".

• Web Management Tools:

IIS Management Service, IIS Management Console, IIS Management

Scripts and Tools, IIS Metabase and IIS 6 configuration compatibility,

IIS 6 WMI Compatibility

• World Wide Web Services > Common HTTP Features:

Default Document, Static Content

• World Wide Web Services > Application Development Features:

.NET Extensibility, ASP, ASP.NET, ISAPI Extensions, ISAPI Filters

• World Wide Web Services > Security

Request Filtering, Basic Authentication,

Windows Authentication

Start the installation setup "WinCC Runtime Professional" on the DataMonitor server.

Select the installation language and read the installation and product information.

Select the "Modify/Upgrade" option.

Select the languages to be installed.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

7.

Action

Select the "Data Monitor Server" component in addition to the preselected components. The components "Web Navigator Server" and "Data Monitor Client" are selected automatically. Do not deselect the preselected components as they would then be uninstalled.

If required, select the components "Excel WorkBook Wizard" or "Excel

WorkBook".

8.

9.

10.

If the check box is displayed grayed out, installation is not possible. In this case, click on the component. In the text box below the components, the reason why installation is not possible is displayed (e.g., IIS services not activated).

Read and accept the license conditions and security information.

Read and accept the security settings. Start the installation.

Transfer the license "SIMATIC WinCC DataMonitor" from the license data carrier to the DataMonitor server.

DataMonitor client

To use the "Webcenter" and "Trends & Alarms" functions, no installation on the

DataMonitor client is required. To use the "WinCCViewer RT", "Reports", or "Excel

Workbooks", installation is required. You can install the DataMonitor client either via the WinCC Runtime Professional installation medium or via the

Intranet/Internet.

Regardless of the setup type, if you want to establish the connection to the

DataMonitor server via the Internet Explorer, you have to adapt some settings in the Internet Explorer.

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7.3 Procedure

Adapting settings in the Internet Explorer

Table 7-6

No.

1.

Action

Start the Internet Explorer. Click on "Tools > Internet Options".

2. Change to the "Security" tab and select the relevant zone, e.g., "Local intranet".

Click the "Custom level..." button.

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No.

3.

Action

Enable the options "Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting", "Download signed ActiveX controls", and "Active scripting".

4.

Save the settings with "OK" and confirm the subsequent dialog.

Click on the "Trusted sites" zone and then click the "Sites" button.

5. Enter the address of the DataMonitor server, uncheck the "Require server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone" check box, and click on "Add".

Close the dialog.

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No.

6.

Action

Click on "Custom level..." and enable "Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe for scripting".

Save the settings with "OK" and confirm the subsequent dialog.

Installation via the Intranet/Internet

Table 7-7

No.

1.

2.

3.

Action

To install the DataMonitor client via the Intranet/Internet, the DataMonitor server

must already be active. First follow the instructions in section 7.3.2 Project engineering and then install the DataMonitor client.

Open the Internet Explorer and enter the address of the DataMonitor server.

Enter the login information of a Windows user of the DataMonitor server with the rights "SIMATIC Report User" or "SIMATIC Report Administrators".

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7.3 Procedure

No.

4.

Action

Open the "Reports > SW Download" site. Next to the relevant component (e.g.,

Datamonitor Client Setup), click on the symbol in the "Install" column and save the setup file.

5.

6.

To install the "Excel Workbook" or "Excel Workbook Wizard" components,

Microsoft Excel 2007 or higher is required.

Navigate to the installation file in the Windows Explorer and start setup with a double-click.

Read and accept the license conditions and security information.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

7. Select the desired setup type.

Action

8.

9.

Select the language to be installed.

Check the settings and click the "Install" button to start installation.

Installation via the WinCC Runtime Professional installation medium

Table 7-8

No.

1.

2.

3.

Action

Start the installation setup "WinCC Runtime Professional" on the DataMonitor client.

Select the installation language and read the installation and product information.

Select the languages to be installed.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

4.

Action

Deselect the preselected components and select the "Data Monitor Client" component. If required, select the components "Excel WorkBook Wizard" or

"Excel WorkBook". To install these components, Microsoft Excel 2007 or higher is required.

5.

6.

Read and accept the license conditions and security information.

Start the installation.

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7.3 Procedure

7.3.2 Project engineering

Table 7-9

No.

1.

2.

Action

Open an existing WinCC (TIA Portal) project on the programmer or create a new project as described in the previous chapters.

Right-click on a screen that you want to release for web access and select "Web access" in the context menu.

3.

You can also release all screens for web access. To this end, right-click to open the context menu of the "Screens" folder and then click on "Web access for all".

Open the runtime settings of the DataMonitor server and configure the runtime behavior under "Web access".

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7.3 Procedure

No.

4.

Action

Open the User administration and create the DataMonitor client users.

Set the web start screen and web language for the respective users.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

Assign the authorization "Web access – View only" (number 1002). The

DataMonitor client is always a so-called "View Only Client".

Transfer the project to the DataMonitor server. To this end, click the "Download to device" button and navigate to the released network folder on the DataMonitor server.

If you have problems in loading the DataMonitor server, please regard the notes

in

\5\

of the References.

Start the WinCC Web Configurator on the DataMonitor server via "Start > All

Programs > Siemens Automation > Options and Tools > HMI Tools > WinCC

WebConfigurator".

Decide whether you want to add a new default web page or virtual directory to an existing web site.

Assign a name to the web site. Define the port and IP address of the web site. If the DataMonitor server is to be available via the Intranet and Internet, select "All not assigned".

Define the time after which the DataMonitor client tries to reestablish the connection to the DataMonitor server in case of a connection failure.

10.

Click on "Next" if you have a firewall installed. Click on "Finish" and skip step 10 if you have no firewall installed.

Click the "Windows Firewall" button. Click on "Allow a program or feature through

Windows Firewall". Click the "Change settings" button. Enable "Secure World

Wide Web Services (HTTPS)" and "World Wide Web Services (HTTP)". Close the Windows dialogs.

Click on "Finish" in the WinCC Web Configurator.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

11.

Action

Open the Computer Management. To this end, open the start menu and rightclick on "Computer". Click on "Manage" in the context menu.

12.

13.

Open "Local Users and Groups > Users". Add new "ReportUser" and

"ReportAdmin" users. Create the passwords for these users.

Right-click on a user and select "Properties".

14. Change to the "Member Of" tab and add the user group "SIMATIC Report

Administrators" or "SIMATIC Report Users" and the user group "SIMATIC HMI

VIEWER" via the "Add" button.

15.

16.

Restart the DataMonitor server.

Start the runtime of the WinCC project.

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7.3 Procedure

7.3.3 Working with the DataMonitor components

WinCCViewer RT

With the WinCCViewer RT you can monitor the WinCC screens released for web access on a DataMonitor client. Process-relevant operator interventions are not possible. Other operator interventions such as screen changes are possible from the DataMonitor client.

Table 7-10

No.

1.

2.

Action

Start the WinCC Viewer RT via "Start > All Programs > Siemens Automation >

Options and Tools > HMI Tools > WinCCViewerRT".

Enter the address of the DataMonitor server at "Address" in the format

"http://IPaddress:port" or "http://servername". If you use the default port 80, this is not necessary. At "Username" and "Password", enter the user data of the WinCC user with the authorization 1002.

3. Define the other settings for the DataMonitor client, e.g., screen attributes, on the

"Parameters", "Graphics Runtime", and "Runtime" tabs.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

4.

Action

To change settings later, enter a hotkey for the Property sheet on the

"Parameters" tab.

By default, the hotkey "Ctrl + Alt + P" is used.

5. Click on "OK" to apply the settings. The connection to the DataMonitor server is established.

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7.3 Procedure

Administration

To work with the DataMonitor web page, some administrative settings are required.

Table 7-11

No. Action

1.

2.

Open the web page of the DataMonitor server. Log in with the "ReportAdmin"

Windows user. Open the "Administration" page.

On the "Connection administration" page, you create new connections or edit existing connections. These connections are required for the "Webcenter" and

"Trends & Alarms" functions.

Select "New connection".

Enter the name for the connection. Enter the user name and password of the

Windows user on the DataMonitor server.

Enter the computer name and database or search for them using the "Find" button. Check the "Automatic adaptation of the RT database" check box in order that the database is adapted automatically in the event of a segment change.

Select the language.

Click the "Create" button.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

3.

Action

On the "Folder administration" page, new folders are created. Thus, the contents on the DataMonitor server can be sorted better and the access rights can be assigned.

To create a new folder, enter a name in the "Folder name" field and click the

"Create" button.

4.

The "User administration" page is opened automatically. Define which Windows user rights are required in order that the user can read, edit, or create the files in this folder.

On the "Archive management" page, swapped-out archive segments can be connected. For that, the directory must be released on the DataMonitor server.

Select the directory and assign a name. If necessary, check "Automatically connect all archives in this directory".

If this option is not checked, connect the archives manually in the relevant directory on the "Connect/Disconnect Archive" page.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

5.

Action

On the "Picture management" page, you can configure the process pictures for static use in web parts.

The pictures released for web access are displayed on this page. By checking the relevant check box, the respective picture is released for use in the web parts. If necessary, you can define a picture detail to be displayed via the columns "X-position", "Y-position", "Height", and "Width". In the "Language" column you define the language in which the process graphic is displayed.

In the "Update cycle" field below the table you define in which intervals the process graphic is refreshed. To display the last update time, check the "Time stamp" check box.

Excel workbooks and reports

With the Excel Workbook Wizard, you can configure and publish Excel workbooks.

These workbooks can be used either for creating reports or for online monitoring of process data using Excel Workbook.

Creating and publishing Excel workbooks

Table 7-12

No.

1.

2.

3.

3 a

Action

Open a blank Excel workbook. In the menu, select "AddIns > DataMonitor >

Excel Workbook Wizard...".

Decide whether you want to edit the current, another opened, or a new workbook.

The WinCC data can be connected with Excel in different ways.

If you execute the Excel Workbook Wizard directly on the DataMonitor server, the data from the WinCC project are applied automatically.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

3 b

Action

If you execute the Excel Workbook Wizard on a different PC, you can establish a connection to the DataMonitor server.

To this end, check "Establish connection to WinCC Server" and click the "Next" button.

Enter the address of the DataMonitor server in the "WinCC Server" field and click the "Connect" button. Enter the user data of the WinCC user.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

3 c

Action

If you execute the Excel Workbook Wizard on a different PC not connected with the DataMonitor server, you can load a configuration file.

Start the "WinCC DataMonitor Configurator Export" on the DataMonitor server via

"Start > All Programs > Siemens Automation > Options and Tools > HMI Tools".

Decide which tags are to be exported. Decide whether archives and messages are to be exported. Define a path for the XML file and click the "Export" button.

Copy the XML file to the PC with which you execute the Excel Workbook Wizard.

Check the "Download configuration data from file" check box and click on "Next".

Select the XML file and click on "Next".

4. Click on the symbol next to "Tag tree".

Select the desired tag and drag and drop it in a cell of the Excel table.

Close the "Tag Management" window.

In the Excel table, "OV" for online variable is entered in the respective cells. The tag name is displayed in the comment.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

5.

Action

Double-click on a tag in the Excel Workbook Wizard to adapt settings such as the update cycle.

6. Click the "Next" button and execute steps 4 and 5 for the archive tags.

In the Excel table, "AV" for archive variable is entered in the respective cells. The tag name is displayed in the comment.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

7.

Action

Click the "Next" button and click on the symbol next to "Add alarm".

Adapt the settings (e.g., filter conditions) according to your requirements.

8. Click the "Next" button. If necessary, check the "Files are automatically updated when opening a workbook" check box.

9. If you work directly on the DataMonitor server, you can publish the Excel workbook directly using the "Publish" button or provide it as a template using the

"Template" button.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

10.

Action

If you do not work directly on the DataMonitor server, open the DataMonitor web page in the Internet Explorer. Log in with the "ReportAdmin" Windows user.

Change to the "Reports > Upload Templates" tab. Upload the Excel workbook as report tool or template.

Displaying process data with Excel Workbook

Table 7-13

No. Action

1.

2.

Open the web page of the DataMonitor server in the Internet Explorer. Log in with the "ReportUser" or "ReportAdmin" Windows user.

Open the "Reports > Report tools" page.

Click on the Excel icon next to the table that you want to open.

3.

4.

Select whether the table is to be opened or saved.

In the menu bar, open "AddIns > DataMonitor > Excel Workbook".

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7.3 Procedure

No.

5.

6.

7.

Action

At "WinCC Server", the server used in the Excel workbook is entered automatically.

If the data of several WinCC servers are to be read, check the "all server" check box.

Click the "Connect" button. In the subsequent dialog, enter the user data of the

WinCC user.

Check the "Read cyclic" check box if the tag values are to be updated cyclically.

Click the "Read tags", "Read archives", or "Read alarms" button.

Creating reports

Table 7-14

No.

1.

Action

Enable the "Scheduled print jobs in runtime" service in the WinCC (TIA Portal) project in the runtime settings of the DataMonitor server. Transfer the project to the DataMonitor server.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Open the DataMonitor web page in the Internet Explorer. Open the "Reports >

Settings" page. Log in with the "ReportAdmin" Windows user.

Select a printer. Check "Enable API print" to create reports in PDF format.

If necessary, define the settings for e-mail sending.

Click on the floppy disk icon to save the settings.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

6.

Action

To create a report from an Excel workbook, open the "Reports > Excel

Workbooks" page. In the top window area you see the reports already created for Excel workbooks. These are subdivided into time- and event-controlled reports.

To create a new report, select an existing Excel workbook. Define in which directory the report is stored. If necessary, enter the e-mail recipients for the report.

Define the conditions for the time- or event-controlled report dependent on the requirements and create it using the respective "Add" button.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

7.

Action

To create a report from a print job, open the "Reports > Print jobs" page. In the top window area you see the reports already created for print jobs. These are subdivided into time- and event-controlled reports.

To create a new report, select an existing print job. Define in which directory the report is stored. If necessary, enter the e-mail recipients for the report.

Define the conditions for the time- or event-controlled report dependent on the requirements and create it using the respective "Add" button.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

8.

Action

The published reports are shown on the "Reports > Published Reports" page.

Depending on the User administration (see Webcenter section), the reports

published in the respective directories are shown here.

Webcenter, Trends & Alarms

In the Webcenter, you can compile and display customized web part pages.

Table 7-15

No.

1.

2.

Action

Open the DataMonitor web page in the Internet Explorer. To create pages, log in with the "ReportUser" or "ReportAdmin" Windows user. To create customized layouts, log in with the "ReportAdmin" Windows user.

Open the "Webcenter > Configuration > Create layout" page.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

3.

Action

Enter the number of columns and rows as well as a name for the layout and click on "Continue".

4. Click on the arrows to merge neighboring cells and click on "Continue".

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7.3 Procedure

No.

5.

Action

Click on the relevant symbol to set for the cells whether the web parts are to be arranged horizontally or vertically. Click the "Save" button.

6. Open the "Webcenter > Configuration > Create page" page.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

7.

Action

Select the desired layout. Enter a name for the page in the "Webcenter page" field and select the directory in which the page is to be stored.

8. Open the "Webcenter > Pages" page. Open the directory in which you created the page. Click on the name of the page.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

9.

Action

Click the "+" button to add new web parts to the page.

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7.3 Procedure

No.

10.

Action

Select the web parts and the cell in which the web parts are to be displayed and click the "Add" button. The assignment of the code designations (e.g.,

"WPZ_03_01", see figure) to the cells is indicated in the bottom part of the window.

11. Click on the "Edit web part properties" symbol.

12.

13.

Define the properties of the web part and save the settings with "OK".

You can also use the preconfigured pages "Process value table", "Trend

(process values)", "Alarm table", "Hit list of alarms", and "Statistics functions for process values". These are available at "Trends & Alarms".

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8 References

8 References

Table 8-1

Title

\1\ Siemens Industry Online Support

\2\ Download page of the entry

\3\ WinCC Professional V13.0 Manual

\4\ Decentralized Operation of SIMATIC

WinCC with Industrial Thin Clients

\5\ What should you watch out for when downloading WinCC Runtime

Professional from the Engineering Station to the Operator Station?

\6\ Compatibility Tool

Link

http://support.automation.siemens.com

http://support.automation.siemens.com/W

W/view/de/87054082 http://support.automation.siemens.com/W

W/view/en/92323076 http://support.automation.siemens.com/W

W/view/en/28309119 http://support.automation.siemens.com/W

W/view/en/88780011 http://www.siemens.com/kompatool

9 History

Table 9-1

Version

V1.0

Date

08/2014 First version

Modifications

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