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 ====== Driver Assignment ====== ====== Driver Assignment ======
  
-Several drivers can be assigned to a single unit. To assign drivers to units, you need to have access flag //Create, edit and delete drivers// towards the resource where those drivers belong. ​+Several drivers can be assigned to a single unit. To assign drivers to units, you should ​have the //Create, edit and delete drivers// ​access right towards the resource where those drivers belong. ​
  
 There are two ways to bind a driver to a unit: manual and automatic. ​ There are two ways to bind a driver to a unit: manual and automatic. ​
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 ===== Manual Binding ===== ===== Manual Binding =====
  
-The manual assignment can be performed in both modes (//​Drivers//,​ //Groups//) of the //Drivers// panel. Use the corresponding switch button **//Bind / Unbind//** {{:​icons:​assign.png?​nolink}} {{:​icons:​reset.png?​nolink}} to attach or detach drivers to/from units. The button is disabled {{:​icons:​grey-assign.png?​nolink}} if your access is not sufficient. ​+The manual assignment can be performed in both modes (//​Drivers//,​ //Groups//) of the //Drivers// panel. Use the //Bind / Unbind// ​button ({{:​icons:​assign.png?​nolink}} {{:​icons:​reset.png?​nolink}}to attach or detach drivers to/from units. The button is disabled ​({{:​icons:​grey-assign.png?​nolink}}if your access is not sufficient. ​
  
-Click //Bind to unit// button ({{:​icons:​assign.png?​nolink}}),​ choose a unit for the driver to be bound to, and click //​OK//​. ​+Click on the //Bind to unit// button ({{:​icons:​assign.png?​nolink}}),​ choose a unit for the driver to be bound to, and click //​OK//​. ​
  
-:!: Availability of units in this list depends on the [[user/​monitor/​list|work list]] in the Monitoring panel. If there are no units in the list, click //Add all available// button {{:​icons:​add-all.png?​nolink}}. If the list is still empty, then you have no access rights to these units.+:!: Availability of units in this list depends on the [[user/​monitor/​list|work list]] in the Monitoring panel. If there are no units in the list, click on the //Add all available// button ​({{:​icons:​add-all.png?​nolink}}). If the list is still empty, then you have no access rights to these units.
  
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-To unbind a driver from a unit, click an icon of unit opposite ​to driver nameand then use the corresponding ​button ​({{:​icons:​reset.png?​nolink}}). Besides, you can unbind a driver by [[:​user/​drivers/​assign#​register_working_shift|registering a working shift]], or [[:​user/​drivers/​assign?&#​delete_bindings|deleting bindings]] from history.+To unbind a driver from a unit, click on the icon of the unit next to the driver'​s ​name and click on the button {{:​icons:​reset.png?​nolink}}. Besides, you can unbind a driver by [[:​user/​drivers/​assign#​register_working_shift|registering a working shift]], or [[:​user/​drivers/​assign?&#​delete_bindings|deleting bindings]] from history.
  
 ===== Automatic Binding ===== ===== Automatic Binding =====
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 **2.** Create a list of units for any resource the drivers of which are intended to be bound automatically. In order to do so, click '​Auto-binding'​ icon ({{:​icons:​attach.png?​nolink}}),​ and follow the steps listed below. ​ **2.** Create a list of units for any resource the drivers of which are intended to be bound automatically. In order to do so, click '​Auto-binding'​ icon ({{:​icons:​attach.png?​nolink}}),​ and follow the steps listed below. ​
  
-Upon clicking the //Automatic binding// icon a list of available resources is opened. :!: Here you choose a resource the drivers of which will be used in automatic binding (with the units chosen in the next dialog). In order to understand which drivers belong to a particular resource, go back to the //Drivers// panel, and apply a filter by resource (drop-down menu to the right of //Create// button).+Upon clicking the //Automatic binding// icon a list of available resources is opened. :!: Here you choose a resource the drivers of which will be used in automatic binding (with the units chosen in the next dialog). In order to understand which drivers belong to a particular resource, go back to the //Drivers// panel, and apply a filter by resource (drop-down menu to the right of the //Create// button).
  
 After choosing a resource, click //Next//. If only one resource is available, then it will be chosen automatically. After choosing a resource, click //Next//. If only one resource is available, then it will be chosen automatically.
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-Thus, a driver will be automatically bound to a unit with the help of iButton in case that (1) this unit has a special sensor in its properties and (2) this unit is indicated in the list of auto-attachable units applied to the resource where the driver belongs.  ​+Thus, a driver will be automatically bound to a unit with the help of iButton in case (1) this unit has a special sensor in its properties and (2) this unit is indicated in the list of auto-attachable units applied to the resource where the driver belongs.  ​
  
-Automatic binding of drivers is removed in the same way: summon ​//Automatic binding// dialog, choose a resourceand uncheck flags of units for which the automatic binding will not be used.+Automatic binding of drivers is removed in the same way: in the //Automatic binding// dialog, choose a resource and cancel the selection ​of units for which the automatic binding will not be used.
  
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 ===== Registration of the working interval ===== ===== Registration of the working interval =====
  
-The working interval can be registered when it is necessary to record the driver'​s working shift for the past period.  ​Press the //Register working interval// button ({{:​icons:​register.png?​nolink}}) to the right of the driver'​s name. In the window that opens, you can view the history of bindings, manually register the shift and remove bindings. ​+The working interval can be registered when it is necessary to record the driver'​s working shift for the past period.  ​Click on the //Register working interval// button ({{:​icons:​register.png?​nolink}}) to the right of the driver'​s name. In the window that opens, you can view the history of bindings, manually register the shift and remove bindings. ​
  
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-To manually register a working interval, ​press the //Register shift// button in the lower left corner of the dialog box. In the //Shift registration//​ window, select the unit and, if necessary, specify the beginning and end intervals of the shift (having previously activated the required option). ​+To manually register a working interval, ​click on the //Register shift// button in the lower left corner of the dialog box. In the //Shift registration//​ window, select the unit and, if necessary, specify the beginning and end intervals of the shift (having previously activated the required option). ​
  
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 To view the binding history, set the required interval and press //Show//. Below appears the list with the name of the unit and the date and time of the binding. To view the binding history, set the required interval and press //Show//. Below appears the list with the name of the unit and the date and time of the binding.
  
-Incorrect binding or unbinding is removed from the list by clicking the {{:​icons:​delete.png?​nolink}} ​button ​at the end of the line.+Incorrect binding or unbinding is removed from the list by clicking ​on the button ​{{:​icons:​delete.png?​nolink}} at the end of the line.
  
 :!: Similar to the messages from the unit, the last registered binding or unbinding cannot be removed. :!: Similar to the messages from the unit, the last registered binding or unbinding cannot be removed.
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