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Bacher, R.

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TUZ01 New TINE Java General Purpose Diagnostic Applications 67
 
  • J. Bobnar, I. Kri┼żnar
    Cosylab, Ljubljana
  • R. Bacher, P. Duval, M. Lomperski
    DESY, Hamburg
 
  One of the strengths of the TINE* control system is the ability to easily make ‘rich-client’ applications containing that programming and display logic which is designed to expedite and enhance the operator’s or physicist’s abilities to diagnose problems and correlate results. In particular there are a large number of ‘rich-client’, general purpose applications which offer extensive interactions with the TINE standard servers and subsystems. This includes the TINE archive system, alarm system, post-mortem system, and video system, as well as scope trace analysis, multi-channel analysis and general configuration management. Available now for many years, these diagnostic applications have recently been realized as pure java applications using ACOP** beans. All applications have been honed and refined based on extensive feedback from the application users. We offer here a description of these applications, some of the novel techniques used and focus on those ‘rich-client’ aspects which cannot be achieved by configuring ‘simple-clients’ based on displayer widgets.

* http://tine.desy.de
** http://cosylab.com/pub/acop/site

 
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WEX01 The Web2cToolkit: A Framework for Thin Ajaxian Control System Clients 140
 
  • R. Bacher
    DESY, Hamburg
 
  The Web2cToolkit is a framework for Web-based control clients. This paper describes the conceptual design, the key features and the implemented tools of the framework, and discusses security related issues. Example applications from the PETRA 3 project at DESY will be presented.  
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WEP003 Commissioning of the New Pre-Accelerator Control Systems at DESY 171
 
  • R. Bacher
    DESY, Hamburg
 
  In the course of the PETRA 3 project, the control systems of the pre-accelerators at DESY have been rebuilt. At all levels from front-end electronics via server or client applications to networks, radical and significant changes have been introduced. This paper describes the chosen architecture and technologies, and reports the experiences gained so far.  
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