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I would like to have a tutorial that describes the method to import variables from Unity Pro for Vijeo Citect, otherwise we would also have the address conversion tables between type I ...%% IW

we do not have a tutorial other than the one found on the site www.citect.Schneider-electric.com.

To import a variable CPU unity, use FSO and alias ofs an associated base type Xvm where many still use the data dictionary symbols file.
After the wizard communication Vijeo Citect, you just leave the default choice (OFSOPC) and enter the name of the alias sets in just before SFO. Once done, go into the Vijeo Citect Explorer and do import variables.
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