FAQ: Is it possible to change DynProperties of the project in Service Engine?
It is not possible to change these properties, as the DynProperties of the thisProject object (also for other many other objects) are not accessible during Service Engine operation.
The information is compiled into the project during the "Create Runtime files" process and cannot be changed in the Service Engine (without changing and reloading from the Engineering Studio).
FAQ: Is it possible to load a zenon project of a previous zenon version in a newer Service Engine version?
The zenon Service Engine like the engineering system offers a compatibility feature. This means a Service Engine of a newer product version is able to load projects of an older version. This is especially used in zenon network projects, where ...
FAQ: Can I translate or change the system texts in the zenon Service Engine?
Yes, it is possible. All system texts in the Service Engine are keywords for the language change functionality, like user defined texts in projects that start with a "@" character. Using the function "Language switch" and the keywords with ...
FAQ: How can I backup the Service Engine data, the data created during Service Engine?
The path of the Service Engine folder can be amended in the project properties and it is set into zenon6.ini (VBF30=) when the start project is set in Engineering Studio or in zenon Startup Tool. In the Service Engine folder, there is the subfolder ...
FAQ: How, where, why and when does zenon Service Engine save data?
zenon Disk Space Handling: The zenon Service Engine, by default, stores process data on the hard disk. This is true for a standalone zenon project, as well as the zenon Service Engine server(s) in the zenon network topology. This data consists of ...
FAQ: Why do backups of Service Engine data sometimes fail when the Service Engine is running? Is it actually possible to create a consistent backup when the Service Engine is not closed?
During normal operation, the zenon Service Engine continuously accesses different runtime files for reading and writing. A backup software that attempts to create a backup of a file that is currently accessed by the Service Engine may receive an ...