Use the SEL module to configure your connection to Smart Electrical database - Intergraph Smart Electrical - Installation & Upgrade

Intergraph Smart Electrical Smart API Installation and Configuration Guide

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Intergraph Smart Electrical
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Installation & Upgrade
Version_WebSEL
2.0

The following procedure explains how to add a database connection, using the SEL module, so that Web API server can access your Smart Electrical site data.

  1. In the SEL Module window, in the left-pane where the field says Enter Site Name, type the name of the site.

  2. Click Add, your site name is added to the site list box below the Enter Site Name field.

    • You can add as many sites as required by repeating these steps.

    • Each time you add a site, the added site name is also displayed in the Site Name field in the right-pane of the SEL Module window.

  3. From your site list box, select a site.

    The selected site appears in the Site Name field in the right-pane of the SEL Module window.

  4. In the right-pane of the SEL Module window, next to the ini Path field, click Browse .

  5. In the Open window, navigate to, and select the required .ini file.

    You can repeat these steps for each site in the site list box.

  6. Do one of the following:

    • Proceed to the Exclude Plants section.

    • Click Finish, to save your configuration.

    • Click Exit, to close the module.

      Clicking Exit before Finish closes the module without saving your parameters.

Exclude plants

The following explains how you can exclude (filter) plants in a specific database from being available to the Web API server. The first query you run, returns all the meta-data for your entire site. If your site has a large number of plants this could take some time. Excluding some of your plants helps to speed up loading your data when you initially connect to the Web API server.

  1. From the site list box, select the required site.

  2. In the Plant field, type the name of the plant you want to exclude from your queries.

  3. Click Add, the name of the excluded plant appears in the Excluded Plants box.

    • Repeat these steps to exclude more plants.

    • Select a plant and click Remove, to remove the plant from the excluded plants.

    • The displayed Excluded Plants list is specific to the selected site.

    • Changing the site, displays the Excluded Plants list for the new selected site.

    • Each site-specific Excluded Plants list is saved and displayed when the specific plant is selected.

  4. Do one of the following:

    • Proceed to the Exclude projects section.

    • Click Finish, to save your configuration and close the module.

    • Click Exit, to close the module.

      Clicking Exit before Finish closes the module without saving your parameters.

Exclude projects

The following explains how you can exclude (filter) projects in a specific database from being available to the Web API server. The first query you run, returns all the meta-data for your entire site. If your site has a large number of projects this could take some time. Excluding some of your projects helps to speed up loading your data when you initially connect to the Web API server.

  1. From the site list box, select the required site.

  2. In the Project field, type the name of the project and its plant you want to exclude from your queries, using the format;

    <Plant Name>.<Project Name>.

  3. Click Add, the name of the excluded project appears in the Excluded Projects box.

    • Repeat these steps to exclude more projects.

    • Select a project and click Remove, to remove the project from the excluded projects.

    • The displayed Excluded Projects list is specific to the selected site.

    • Changing the site, displays the Excluded Projects list for the new selected site.

    • Each site-specific Excluded Projects list is saved and displayed when the specific plant is selected.

  4. Do one of the following:

    • Click Finish, to save your configuration and close the module.

    • Click Exit, to close the module.

      Clicking Exit before Finish closes the module without saving your parameters.