Allows the user to copy the configured query:
|Paste JSON Query||Paste a JSON query into the Tag Report Tool.|
|Download Tag Report||Exports the Tag Report as a CSV file.|
|Configure Report Columns||Add, remove, reorder, or assign aliases to columns displayed in the report.|
Opens the Tag Editor for the selected tag.
Changes made within the Tag Report Tool will edit tags directly. Deleting a tag in the Tag Report Tool will also delete the tag from the Tag Browser, not just from the generated report.
|Clear||Clears the configured query.|
Save options for the configured query:
|Load Saved Report|
Select and load a previously saved report. Saved reports are accessible to all users and all designers on the same Gateway.
Configure Tag Report
Configure a search query using the criteria on the left-hand panel and click Search to generate a new report.
Search for tags by full or partial Tag Path. The Tag Path accepts (*) as a wildcard anywhere in the search string.
Search for tags by Quality. You may search by Good, Bad, Error, Uncertain or narrow your search down to specific qualities like Good_Initial or Bad_Stale. For more information on tag qualities, see Quality Codes and Overlays.
Search for tags by their value source.
Search for tags by specific traits. Searchable traits include the following:
- Event Script Configured
- Value Scaling Applied
- Alarm(s) Configured
- History Enabled
- Overrides Parent Properties
- Custom Security Permissions
- Tag Disabled
Search for tags by UDT Parent types.
UDT Members and Definitions
The Tag Report Tool provides the option to include UDT Members or UDT Definitions in the query's search results.
Search for tags by values on specific properties. All tag properties are available to query on using the following operators:
|Has||Has been configured to a value other than the default value.|
|Has Not||Has not been configured.|
|Overridden||Value of this property has been overridden from the parent property.|
Is like. This argument accepts a wildcard (*) in the search string.
Is not like. This argument accepts a wildcard (*) in the search string.
|>=||Greater than or equal to|
|<=||Less than or equal to|
|!=||Does not equal|