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Wonderware InTouch HMI 2014 R2 (v11.1) SP1

Features in InTouch HMI 2014 R2 (v11.1) Service Pack 1

InTouch HMI 2014 Service Pack 1 provides support for the latest versions of Microsoft products and several enhancements to features introduced in InTouch HMI 2014 R2 and InTouch HMI 2014 R2 Patch 01. Wonderware System Platform 2014 R2 Service Pack 1

InTouch HMI 2014 R2

Support for the Latest Versions of Microsoft and Other Products

InTouch 2014 R2 SP1 supports and is compatible with the most current versions of Microsoft and other products:

  • Microsoft Windows 10
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Service Pack 1 and SQL Server 2012 R2 Service Pack 3
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6
  • vSphere/ESXi 6.0 in virtual environments


InTouch HMI 2014 Support Regional Settings for Numeric Value Displays and Numeric Input

During run time, numeric data can be entered and displayed in ArchestrA graphics in a format that matches the format of the country set as the regional locale on the computer running WindowViewer. Numbers show a thousand separator and decimal point that match the selected country’s format.

The InTouch WindowViewer keypad now includes comma, period, and a thin space keys to enter numbers that match the format of the country set as the regional locale. In addition, if the WindowViewer Follow regional settings for ArchestrA Graphics configuration option is selected, the keypad displays numeric values using symbols based on the regional settings.

InTouch HMI 2014 Export and Import Application Style Library Applied to ArchestrA Symbols in Modern Applications

Users can export a Modern application’s Application Style Library from WindowMaker to a designated folder location as an XML file. Users can also import the Application Style Library to a Modern application to reuse the Quality and Status display, the Element Styles, and numeric format styles that were defined in another Modern application.


Export ArchestrA Graphic Toolbox Symbols That Have Embedded Symbols from Automation Objects

When exporting ArchestrA symbols from the Graphic Toolbox that have embedded symbols from automation objects in them, users see a dialog box with an option to export the associated objects hosting the graphics in the same operation.

Export Localization Strings of Selected Symbols in Modern Applications

This feature allows you to export the strings of selected symbols. You can then edit the strings within the exported XML files, and re-import them later.

Export Selected Symbols from the ArchestrA Toolbox in Modern Applications

Exporting and importing ArchestrA symbols in Modern applications have been enhanced in Service Pack 1. Rather than exporting or importing the entire set of Archestra symbols, now one or more selected symbols can be exported or imported.

The selected ArchestrA symbols are exported to an .aaPKG file to a designated folder location.

Support for the Last History Statistic of the History Summary Data Type Custom Property

A History Summary custom property can be added to a symbol that references historical data collected over a specified period during run time. The Historian can transform this data to create a set of analog or state summary statistics that can be shown by ArchestrA graphic animation during run time.

In Service Pack 1, the analog Last historical statistic has been added to the History Summary custom property. The Last historical statistic shows the last data value that occurred in a historical summary period.

Include an Overridden Tag for Programmatic Symbol Exports

A new XML attribute has been added to each symbol within the XML file containing ArchestrA symbols that have been programmatically exported. The attribute identifies whether changes have been made to the properties of the embedded symbols in a base symbol or not. This new Overridden attribute added to the exported XML file is essentially a “change flag”.

In Service Pack 1, an exported symbol that does not contain any changes to embedded symbol custom properties includes an Overridden attribute set to False, which is the default value.


The Overridden attribute makes it easier to programmatically identify symbols that have not been changed.

Installation Option to not Install a Galaxy Repository on the InTouch Development Computer

In prior releases, the Wonderware System Platform installation program automatically installed SQL Server Express when an InTouch development environment was going to be installed on a computer without SQL Server. An instance of SQL Server Express was required as a Galaxy Repository to support InTouch Modern applications.

In Service Pack 1, the installation program includes an option to not install SQL Server on the InTouch development computer. This option is provided for customers who do not intend to create Modern applications and do not need SQL Server installed on their development computer.

Import InTouch Modern Applications Through the Command Line

A utility is available which enables importing InTouch Modern applications through the Windows Command Prompt interface. See the InTouch Modern Application guide for details.

Support of Non-Default SQL Port

InTouch components that use SQL Server can now run properly if SQL Server is configured to use a port other than the default of 1433. This allows compliance with more stringent IT security policies.

Eliminated SysAdmin Role Support

The ArchestrA user (of the aaAdministrators user group) can be removed from the SQL Server SysAdmin role. Note: This feature is not enabled by default. Please refer to the Application Server documentation for details.


Wonderware System Platform InTouch HMI 2014 R2 Service Pack 1


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