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Alarming: How To Hide All EEM Functions Except Alarming

Goals and Symptoms

Summary


  • This article describes how to configure ION® EEM to provide three functions:

    · Alarming
    · Administration
    · Security

    This article assumes that hidden functions are hidden from all EEM users. Only the EEM Administrator will have access to the Administration page. All other users will see a Login page and Alarming Page.

     

    Keywords

    Hide tabs, disable tabs, PQ Module

Causes and Fixes

How To Configure ION EEM For Alarming Only
The steps below describe how to configure ION® EEM for Alarming only. This article assumes that you have already completed the following:

1. Deployed the full ION® EEM solution with the Alarming component.
2. Commissioned ION® EEM.

Set Up

1. Log onto ION® EEM using the default administrator login.
2. Create Users in the Users administration page.

Disable The PQ Analysis Module

1. In SQL Enterprise Manager, open the ION_EEMData database.
2. Open the CFG_Module table. Note that this table is for enabling and disabling EEM Modules.
3. Set the Enabled flag for the PQ Analysis module to 0 (false).
4. Close table.

Hide Irrelevant Tabs

1. In SQL Enterprise Manager, open the ION_EEMData database.
2. Open the UsersTabsRel table. Note that this table defines which tabs are visible by user.
3. For all users except the Administrator, set the Display flag to 0 (false) for all tabs except Alarms and Logout.

    •  

       

      Sample Update query for all Users except Administrator:

       

        • UPDATE UsersTabsRel

          SET Display = 0

          WHERE UserID <> (SELECT UserID

                    • FROM Users

                      WHERE UserName = 'admin')

          AND DisplayName NOT IN ('Alarms', 'Logout')

4. For the Administrator, set the Display flag to 0 (false) for all tabs except Alarms, Administration and Logout.
    • Sample Update query for the Administrator:

       

        • UPDATE UsersTabsRel

          SET Display = 0

          WHERE UserID = (SELECT UserID

                    • FROM Users

                      WHERE UserName = 'admin')

          AND DisplayName NOT IN ('Alarms', 'Administration', 'Logout')

5. By default, the Alarms tab will appear after the Administration tab. If you prefer to have the reverse, update the TabOrder value for the Alarms tab to 45 for all relevant users.

6. Test settings.

a. Log onto ION® EEM using the default Admin login. When logged in, you should only see the Admin, Alarms and Logout tabs.
b. Log onto ION® EEM using a typical user login. When logged in, you should only see the Alarms and Logout tabs.

7. Done!

More Information

More information can be found in the following kb articles:

 

ION® EEM 3.7 Installation Guide

ION® EEM Alarming Component: Release Notes

ION® EEM Alarming Component: Deployment Guide

ION® EEM Alarming Component: Example Deployment At TK2