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Pl7 Pro 4.5 Sp5 25



It has been tested to work with the TSXCUSB485 USB cable and the TSXPCX1031 RS232 cable.The RS232 cable is easier to work with as it does not require an additional driver like the USB cable does.




Pl7 Pro 4.5 Sp5 25



Copy the contents of the CD-ROM to a directory on your harddrive, for example C:\PL7 InstallationI recommend NOT putting it in C:\PL7 as this is the default installation dir for PL7.


Insert your installation code, it is usually located on a sticker placed on the jewel case of your installation CD, and press OK.I cannot give you a code, you must obtain one from Schneider Electric.


It contains a directory with the release notes and the installation file, I just unzipped it on my desktop.Run the extracted file SchneiderUnitelwayDriverSuite.exe it will request adminstrator privileges, answer yes.


If the USB cable is NOT showing up correctly you may need an update Unitelway driver as it also contains the windows driver for the USB cable (Check for updates if it suddenly stops working, I will also try to post new drivers on the front of this blog).


The XIP driver is used to transfer program via ethernet to premium PLCs with an ethernet port onboard (For example TSX P573623A)This method is MUCH FASTER than via the serial cable.This step is OPTIONAL if you do not intend to program via an ethernet cable, you can skip this part.However, a valid ethernet configuration must already be on the PLC, meaning you cannot program an empty card with this method, for that you must still use the serial cable.Personally, I have a small program with just a hardware configuration that contains just an ethernet setup and nothing else.I download this to the PLC via the serial cable, and when the download is complete and the ethernet module is initialized, I download the large program via the ethernet cable.


Local host:XWAY address: must be NETWORK.UnusedStationID.In this example where the PLC is on network 10 we must therefore start with 10 and since nothing is using station 63 this is a valid station number for the PC.


Station: Can be whatever you want, I just call it Premium_PLCXWAY address: Is what you noted in your hardware configuration, in this example 10.10IP Address is the IP you noted for the PLC, in this example 10.0.0.104


If your adapter is missing you can use the small up/down arrows on the right to find it.You can also use the arrow keys on your keyboard.REMEMBER: The chosen ethernet adapter MUST have a unique IP on the SAME SUBNET as the PLCMeaning, for this example you could set a static IP on the specified ethernet adapter called 10.0.0.200 and subnet 255.255.255.0.Click OK, when the adapter selection window closes press save:


Hello JavierThe guide is slightly outdated, there are new drivers that make it possible to use both the serial/usb cable and the XIP driver in windows 10:If you do not have access to the tscautomate.com website, the unitelway driver can be found here: øm.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Unitelway_driver_7_2_2019-.zipand the XIP driver can be found here: øm.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/XIP-driver_7_2_2019.zip


I tried installing a more recent XIP driver, and the option disappeared from PL7.I then uninstalled the newer XIP driver from the drivers manager and rebooted.After that I tried to install XIP-driver_7_2_2019.zip again, and it was present in PL7 again.


I think your installation code may be from an earlier version.It seems the installations code for PL7 4.5 is pretty universal: -Pro-Licences-txtAt least the installation code that I was supplied with directly from Schneider is the same as the link.You can perhaps compare and see if you have an older version?If you do, you can use the installation code from the link, it will create a trial version for 30 days.


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As announced earlier, SAP is committed towards the continuous improvement and maintenance of SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Suite. And the same is reflecting in our SAP Analytics BI Statement of Direction. As usual you can continue to influence this portfolio through the following influence channels SAP BusinessObjects BI Platform and SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence.


As part of the continuous improvement and maintenance, to help and accelerate your task on experiencing the new features and make yourself familiar with the capabilities of latest versions of SAP BusinessObjects, now SAP made available the SAP BusinessObjects BI Platform 4.3 as a preconfigured ready-to-use SAP solution on SAP Cloud Appliance Library. For more details, refer the following SAP BusinessObjects BI Platform 4.3 SP01 Available on SAP Cloud Appliance Library.


And another important announcement made by SAP in Q1 this year is about the general availability of SAP BusinessObjects Private Cloud Edition, this is to make the journey to the cloud for the customers having on-premise BI Platform landscapes and looking to move to a private cloud environment managed for you by SAP. And this is in addition to our offering on Hana Enterprise Cloud, for more details on the differences and benefits over choosing PCE can be found here.


User Experience is one of the important aspects which got continuous focus since the introduction of next generation BI Launch Pad with BI 4.2 SP04 release. To keep the momentum going and to bring more and more optimized experience, in this BI 4.3 SP02 release as well, based on the customer feedback and also to make it more Fiori way the BI Launch Pad got refreshed look as shown above.


Download button introduced for exporting the list of documents into and excel from the following sections of BI Launchpad Pad: Folders, Categories, Documents, Schedule Instances and Recycle Bin. The same can be viewed in the above image, an icon with down arrow next to Auto Refresh Button, similarly in other sections.


Object Package is an object that acts as a container for any schedulable object in BI Platform. This comes very handy in case if you have any set of jobs need to be scheduled on same time interval. Instead of defining individual schedule jobs on such objects, can be packaged into an Object Package and define a desired schedule job on that Object Package.


In BI Launch Pad, until now there is no option to schedule Object Package created for your developmental need by your system administrator. Now in BI 4.3 SP02 release introducing the support for Scheduling of Object Package in BI Launch Pad:


Since the introduction of User Notifications in BI 4.2, they are well received by the customers and lot of improvement requests got addressed over the period around this functionality. In BI 4.3 release, this User Notifications became part of the centralized Notification section. However all these enhancements were focused over the BI Launch Pad, and in Open Document scenarios, there is no provision for User Notifications until now.


Based on some customer requests, as majority of their end users are Open Document users, not the BI Launch Pad users, hence these end users who are connecting to BI Platform only through the Open Document are not getting any User Notification Alerts hence missing some critical Notifications by the BI Admins in situations like System Maintenance and all.


OAuth is all about Authorization. Ability to Authorize end users using the OAuth protocol comes very handy for letting them consume or access the variety of resources. All you need is an Authorization Server / OAuth Protocol enabled Identity Provider to achieve the End to End SSO using Authorization Server (OAuth) SSO in BI Platform.


BI 4.3 SP02 comes with introduction of support for Cloud Drive, with this release only Google Drive is supported. In future releases there is lot of scope for increasing the support for different vendors as well.


Exposing WebI document as OData Service and consuming OData service as the data source to create WebI document, are the couple of interesting advancements in Web Intelligence, out of long list of features and enhancements.


Thanks for the great blog. I tried to setup Google Drive connection but I'm facing issues with the redirect I think? What URI do I need to setup on Google side and on the server authorization server configuration on CMC side?


Here the hostname will be the system name which is hosting the application server of the BI landscape, where RESTful webservices application (biprws) is deployed on it. And port will the SSL port of application server.


And the same url should be given for the "Redirect URL" parameter in the corresponding Authorization Server settings, CMC > Applications > Authorization Server Configurations > (Authorization Server Configuration)


We are trying to get Google Drive working. It appears to work, as we are getting to the point in Fiori Launchpad where we can add the Google Drive connection and even log into our Google accounts, however we receive an error at the end of the process after hitting Allow. I guess that this is because of the callback address, but I used what you suggested and pointed to our tomcat server


Hope you have cross checked the steps you followed with the steps I drafted in my new blog "What is all about Authorization Server (OAuth) SSO : Steps to Configure Authorization Configuration", and check the following points:


When trying to create the connection in BI Launchpad, we are prompted to log into our Google account, and it even shows the page saying what permissions are being granted, but when we click after 30 seconds or so we get the error in my screenshot above.


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