Rockwell's RSView32 Migration Videos

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All this week we've been talking about RSView32 to FactoryTalk View SE migration, and today we're spotlighting Rockwell's own videos on the subject.


Preparing for Migration

First up is this seven part series on preparing for, and considerations of, migrating RSView32 to View SE.

You can watch this video series below, and you can use the icon on the right of the video itself to jump to one of these seven chapters:

  • Chapter 1: Introduction and Comparison of RSView32 with FactoryTalk View SE
  • Chapter 2: ActiveX Controls
  • Chapter 3: Visual Basic for Applications
  • Chapter 4: Communications and Device Tags
  • Chapter 5: RSView32 Extensions
  • Chapter 6: Users and Security
  • Chapter 7: Migrating RSView32 projects for use on a 64-bit system

Executing Migration

Next up is this seven part series on executing the migration of RSView32 to View SE.

You can watch this video series below, and you can use the icon on the right of the video itself to jump to one of these seven chapters:

  • Chapter 1: Demo project overview
  • Chapter 2: Preparing Tag Database
  • Chapter 3: Creating FT View SE Project
  • Chapter 4: Importing RSView32 Project
  • Chapter 5: Creating Server / Configuring Comms
  • Chapter 6: Using Alarms in FT View SE
  • Chapter 7: Running the FT View SE project

Validating Migration

Lastly is this four part series on validating your migration of RSView32 to View SE.

You can watch this video series below, and you can use the icon on the right of the video itself to jump to one of these four chapters:

  • Chapter 1: Editing the FT View SE Tag Database
  • Chapter 2: Using Direct Reference Tags
  • Chapter 3: Understanding VBA Execution
  • Chapter 4: Moving VBA to the FT View SE project


I hope you found the above videos helpful. To visit Rockwell's homepage for these videos please use the below link:

http://campaign.rockwellautomation.com/HMI-Migration-Made-Easy

And if you have any comments, questions, or suggestions, please feel free to leave them with us by filling in the “post a comment or question” link below.

Sincerely,

Shawn Tierney
Automation Instructor and Blogger
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