PollCat NetLink II - User’s Guide
15.4.1. File Names Created by the Push Function
When the Push function is used, NetLink II will assign a name to the file
that receives the data. This file name will be based on the user-defined,
base file name, the source port, and data type. If desired, file names can
also include an automatically incremented three character extension. As
shown in Figure 15.4, the filename consists of the following components:
Note: This file naming convention applies only to data transferred
by the Push function. A different file naming convention is
employed when data is transferred using the Server feature.
File Name (Up to Four Characters): The base file name defined via
item 3 in the Push Configuration menu. If the file name is not defined,
NetLink II will use the first three characters of the Site ID message.
If the Site ID message is not defined, the letters "PNL" will be used.
Note that if the file name is less than four characters, the remaining
characters in this field will not be used.
Source Port (Up to Three Characters): NetLink II will enter from
one to three characters to indicate which input port(s) originally
received the data. NetLink II will enter an "A" for the Serial PBX
Port or an I for the PBX IP Port. If fewer than two source ports are
indicated, the remaining character in this field will not be used.
Data Type (One Character): The selected Data Type (File Type.)
NetLink II will list the number for the data type selected at the Push
Configuration menu (see item 31 "Read Session.") These numbers are
as follows:
1. All: Both Alarm Records and Non-Alarm Records.
2. Standard (Non-Alarm): Only Non-Alarm Records.
3. Alarm Filter 1 (All): All records that matched any clue defined
for Alarm Filter 1.
Figure 15.4: Push Function File Names
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