DBDOC organises all your INFI 90 documents into a single package to give you fast, easy, read-only access to the information you need to do your job. Using DBDOC's Hyperview browser, you can browse this representation of your system, search, trace connections, and even view live data.
This documentation will provide you with detailed information about all of Hyperview's capabilities.
- Running Hyperview – Launching Hyperview: from the command line, a shortcut, or even a batch file.
- Managing Project Files and Locating Original Documents – Loading the system snapshot, importing project data files if your project has been renamed, automatically loading the most recent project file.
- Basic Hyperview Browser Functionality – Browsing, using bookmarks & history, printing and getting help.
- Panes and Hotspots – Understanding panes in the browser, using the index and content panes, using and highlighting hotspots.
- Reviewing project error messages in the Error Browser – Viewing error messages, locating their sources, and marking them dealt with.
- Navigation and Signal Tracing in Hyperview – Tracing signals, browsing through indexes, searching text, databases, or topic titles, zooming, and finding coordinates.
- Live data in Hyperview – Viewing live data for any block directly on graphics, CAD/CLD diagrams and other documents.
- Trending live data for blocks in the Watch Window – Plotting and logging data for groups of blocks in the Watch Window, saving and exporting data to other applications.
- Text Annotations – Putting "sticky-notes" on documents.
- Customizing the Browser Display – Displaying specs, attributes, tag names, and controlling details of color, fonts, and other display options.
- Special Pages and Indexes – Understanding the wide variety of reports and indexes automatically generated by DBDOC.
- Hyperview Tools and Windows – Using Hyperview tools such as the Audit Window, Cross Reference Window, and Watch Window.