Special considerations related to the handling of externally stopped objects which are controlled by MainView Total Object Manager (TOM)

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    PRODUCT:

    MainView AutoOPERATOR


    COMPONENT:

    MainView Total Object Manager


    APPLIES TO:

    MainView Total Object Manager 2.3 and above



    QUESTION:

    What needs to be considered when an object is stopped externally?


    ANSWER:

    When an  object is stopped externally, so outside of TOM,
     
    - it will not be restarted by TOM in case it is a child object and its parent is not active at the time
      of the stop. This is valid for weak and strong dependencies.
      The status of such a child object will first be set to ACTIVE-ERR and then to STOPPED.
      (Note: The dependency strength is only considered during a stop of an object under TOM control.)
     
    - the Start Command Count (Start Cmd Count) will not be set to 0 when
      Reset start count at term:   S Yes  
      is set.
      This parameter is only reset, when an object is stopped under TOM’s control.

     


    Article Number:

    000150011


    Article Type:

    FAQ/Procedural



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