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Older SNAP Brains may fail to enable
Knowledge Base - KB90078 - Published:
If a PAC Control strategy running on a groov EPIC processor contains legacy SNAP I/O units (such as a SNAP-B3000-Enet) with an analog input, communication to the SNAP brain will be disabled and errors will be added to the message queue.
The Open Outgoing Communication command cannot create new directories and files at the same time
Knowledge Base - KB90073 - Published:
In a PAC Control strategy, when you use the Open Outgoing Communication command and specify a file and directories that do not exist, the PAC Control engine should automatically create them. With this...more
Re-enabling communication to remote groov I/O Unit or groov RIO module may reconfigure channels
Knowledge Base - KB90070 - Published:
In a PAC Control strategy that lost communication with remote groov I/O unit or groov RIO module, re-enabling communication may cause all channels to be reconfigured, which then causes output values to reset.
groov Manage CODESYS page doesn't show application status or Run/Stop button
Knowledge Base - KB90068 - Published:
After you enable the CODESYS Controller in groov Manage, then successfully download and run your CODESYS application, the Applications section of the groov Manage CODESYS Controller page remains empty.
Log4j vulnerability in groov View may allow remote code execution
Knowledge Base - KB90085 - Published:
A vulnerability in Log4j, which is included in groov View, could be exploited by an attacker to remotely execute code on the target system running groov View. This vulnerability is identified in the National Vulnerability Database as: CVE-2021-44228.
After editing a computed tag's script, output doesn't change
Knowledge Base - KB90022 - Published:
If you edit a computed tag and change the tag's script, but not its inputs, you will not see the computed tag's output value change immediately. It won't change until one of the tag's input values changes.
Get I/O Unit Quality command does not report modules with a quality code
Knowledge Base - KB90003 - Published:
In PAC Control, the Get I/O Unit Quality command should report modules that have a quality code. With this issue, the command does not report modules with quality codes, even if a module has a channel reporting a quality code.
For a temperature input channel, the Calculate and Set Offset/Gain area of memory map does not calculate the correct offset
Knowledge Base - KB89974 - Published:
If your groov EPIC I/O unit is configured for °F, the offset calculation for a temperature input channel is incorrect in two ways: the offset value returned is 5/9ths of the expected value and the...more
For temperature input channel types, offset calibration parameter may cause incorrect adjustment
Knowledge Base - KB89973 - Published:
If you configured a groov EPIC I/O unit for °F and you enter a non-zero value for calibration offset on a channel configured for temperature input, the offset value used in calibration calculations is 9/5ths greater than what you entered.
For temperature input channel types, calibration offset parameter may be applied incorrectly
Knowledge Base - KB89950 - Published:
For groov EPIC I/O units configured with a groov I/O module that reads temperatures, if you set a non-zero value for the calibration offset for a channel and then reset the module or I/O unit, the...more
groov EPIC processor may become unresponsive
Knowledge Base - KB89876 - Published:
In rare instances, the groov EPIC processor may become unresponsive: module status LED on all modules turns red, touch screen becomes unresponsive, no Ethernet communication, and/or RAM usage steadily increases.
groov View may hang while using video gadgets with the proxy option enabled
Knowledge Base - KB89845 - Published:
If you have video gadgets with the "Use groov as a proxy option" enabled, and if the connection to the camera is not reliable, groov View may stop responding. If the page with the...more