Move Fault Upstream Respecting Downstream Phases
When you move a fault upstream to a multiphase device, you can set the default action so that only the phases that are already open on the downstream device will default to be set as open on the upstream device. For example, if there is a fault on an A phase transformer, and the fault is moved upstream to an AB phase fuse, only the A phase will be set to open by default on the upstream fuse. If this option is not configured, then both the A and B phases are automatically set to open on the fuse. Note that, with or without this option configured, phasing can be manually changed on the confirmation dialog that shows the defaults mentioned above when moving the fault upstream. To respect downstream phasing when moving a fault upstream:
- Configure the Responder Data Services configuration file
(Miner.Responder.DataServices.exe.config) for any server machine that
accesses Responder. This file is located in the Miner and Miner\Responder\Server
folder. You can edit the file by opening it in an XML application
(such as XML Spy) or by opening it in a simple text editing program
(such as Notepad). IMPORTANT: Do not edit XML files using a word processing program such as WordPad or Microsoft Word as it may corrupt your configuration file.
- On the server machine, browse to and open Miner.Responder.DataServices.exe.config.
- Look for the following XML:
<appSettings> <add key="TelemetryService.Address" value="localhost:36745" /> <add key="TelemetryService.Enabled" value="false" />
- Add the following key:
<add key="RespectDownstreamPhaseOnMoveUp" value="true" />
- After adding this new key, this functionality can be turned off/on by switching the value of this key to false/true.
- Save and close Miner.Responder.DataServices.exe.config. You may need to restart services to see this change.