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OPC Factory Server - Service Pack 7

OPC Factory Server - Service Pack 7
  • Reference

    OFS_3_50_2912 (SP7)

  • Type

    Software - Updates

  • Languages

    English

  • Date

    12/05/2015

  • Version

    V3.50

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  • Reference

    OFS_3_50_2912 (SP7)

  • Type

    Software - Updates

  • Languages

    English

  • Date

    12/05/2015

  • Version

    V3.50

Description:

OPC Factory Server V3.50.2912 SP7 Enhancements - Bug Fixing : 2912 SP7 Bug fixing : Some Unity overlapping items read cases were badly managed. Bug fixing : Unity %Ir.m.c.d and %Qr.m.c.d were badly managed. Bug fixing : Reading both #ClientAlive and #NbrRequest generated an exception in OFS server. Enhancement : Consistency level modes are improved on write operation inconsistency detection. This Service Patch includes the previous ones : 2906 SP1 Vulnerability fixing : Opcautosa2.dll (OPC Automation 2.0 Server Object) Active X used to crash Internet Explorer 6 when Connect() or GetOPCServers() were invoked with very long BSTR input arguments. 2907 SP2 Bug fixing : VT_BSTR items value used to be badly managed. Bug fixing : IOPCBrowseServerAddressSpace::ChangeBrowsePosition() used to be badly managed with OPC_BROWSE_TO browse direction. Bug fixing : << system >>!#ClientAlive was not published in OPC-UA address space. Netherveless, that item is reserved to manage DCOM keep alive service between OPC UA Wrapper and OFS and is not applicable between OPC UA Client and OPC UA Wrapper. Bug fixing : OPC XML-DA service was not supported on x64 platforms. Additionnaly, on x64 platforms, the IIS OFS application pool must have the property "Enable 32-Bit applications" set to TRUE. Bug fixing : OFS SMALL used to display bad license information. Bug fixing : OFS Manager tool used to not display Device information. Bug fixing : XVM or data dictionary arabic Unity symbols were not supported. Bug fixing : Data dictionnary reloading on build change might crash OFS server. Bug fixing : XTEL or ORPHEE items were no more supported.

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OPC Factory Server V3.50.2912 SP7 Enhancements - Bug Fixing : 2912 SP7 Bug fixing : Some Unity overlapping items read cases were badly managed. Bug fixing : Unity %Ir.m.c.d and %Qr.m.c.d were badly managed. Bug fixing : Reading both #ClientAlive and #NbrRequest generated an exception in OFS server. Enhancement : Consistency level modes are improved on write operation inconsistency detection. This Service Patch includes the previous ones : 2906 SP1 Vulnerability fixing : Opcautosa2.dll (OPC Automation 2.0 Server Object) Active X used to crash Internet Explorer 6 when Connect() or GetOPCServers() were invoked with very long BSTR input arguments. 2907 SP2 Bug fixing : VT_BSTR items value used to be badly managed. Bug fixing : IOPCBrowseServerAddressSpace::ChangeBrowsePosition() used to be badly managed with OPC_BROWSE_TO browse direction. Bug fixing : << system >>!#ClientAlive was not published in OPC-UA address space. Netherveless, that item is reserved to manage DCOM keep alive service between OPC UA Wrapper and OFS and is not applicable between OPC UA Client and OPC UA Wrapper. Bug fixing : OPC XML-DA service was not supported on x64 platforms. Additionnaly, on x64 platforms, the IIS OFS application pool must have the property "Enable 32-Bit applications" set to TRUE. Bug fixing : OFS SMALL used to display bad license information. Bug fixing : OFS Manager tool used to not display Device information. Bug fixing : XVM or data dictionary arabic Unity symbols were not supported. Bug fixing : Data dictionnary reloading on build change might crash OFS server. Bug fixing : XTEL or ORPHEE items were no more supported.

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