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Hi everyone! One of my client has a Watchout setup in version 5.5.2. It is composed of one Producer, 3 Display computers, and one Watchnet Server in version 1.4. I am not very familliar with the version 5.5.2 of Watchout, and I'm a total beginner with Watchnet. On the version 6 of Watchout, you can export a Watchout Bundle file (*.wob) that you can then drag and drop in Watchnet. I know that *.wob files are a consolidate of a project that is archived as a *.zip file, then the the extention is renamed as *.wob. As the export as Watchout bundle is not existing in Watchout version 5, I thought that exporting a consolidate of the project and then rename the *.zip by *.wob, would do the trick. But everytime I drag and drop the *.wob in Watchnet, it states that an import error ocurred. I thought I should reinstall Watchnet in a prior version, but was unable to find an old one. How was it working to setup a Watchout 5.5.2 version project in Watchnet? I was unable to find some informations on the subject in the Watchnet guide. Do you guys have any idea of what I am doing wrong? Is there someone who has knowledge on Watchout 5.5.2 and Watchnet 1.4? Cheers
Hi, I looked for solutions before post. I'm Learning how watchnet works using the watchnet guide. I'm stuck with the "Configured watchout production computers" setting into the "Subsystem" section. Goal: Use the production to drive the project using at the same time watchnet to control some tasks and sliders. Setup: 1 production + watchnet (Acer Laptop) 1 display (watchPax 4) WO version 6.4.1 both WN version 1.4 I programmed a simple WO project with 3 Tasks and a WN to control one of these tasks. Everything works fine. When I try to use the production and the WN at the same time the production takes full controll. I tried to setup the production computer into the WN "Configured watchout production computers" setting, but it doesn't find any production adress. Forcing it manually an error popup when I try to push it Online. I don't understand what I'm doing wrong.