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Ronan Quinn | 28 May, 2009 12:00 AM
Replying to your tutorial on invews. I got as far as the ladder logic. having difficulty with creating the tag with the ascii string. Do i have to set up the string first or can I creat the tags and then the string.Its my first time ever using ascii strings so not sure if I actually understand what I have to do or what they are.
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Ronan Quinn | 29 May, 2009 12:00 AM
Can you advise me on how to setup an ascii string.Struggling to get past assigning tags and setting up strings.
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Vernon Viljoen | 25 Nov, 2010 12:00 AM
Hi i have used your example but with a 2706-pcnetp module I have come as far as getting the cnet configured and downloaded to the p22r inview via my clx via cnet comms module, i have created the tags, simmilar to the ones created for the comms module located on the clx (globaly) but i can't seem to get my led2 solid green it is still blinking.

I have tried your section on your article to correct this but with no success, can you help please.
The knowlagebase at Rockwell does not cover much and can't seen to find someone who knows more about this.

regards
Vernon
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Bolatov | 23 Aug, 2012 12:00 AM
Thank you very much for the tutorial i was really lost
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Jaime Velasquez | 11 Oct, 2012 12:00 AM
For the link you used the NET-ENI, or the native port driver. As I understand it must select contrologix5000 and 1 0. Please confirm.
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