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Status Window

The RTW Status Window displays information about both the RTW server and the installed engine(s). The information is divided into contexts (server or engine) and message types (errors, warnings, etc).

The top buttons represent the various contexts available. The RTW context represents the RTW server and is always displayed. When an engine is started, a button for that engine will be added to the toolbar. To view a context, click on its button.

The tabs contain the different types of messages that the server or engine might send to the Status Window. The RTW context can display the following message types: information, warnings, and errors. Each engine has its own message types. To switch between message types, click on the appropriate tab.

The Status Window will automatically switch to a context when either 1) the context has just been created or 2) an error occurred in that context.

If necessary, you can copy lines in any of the tabs to the clipboard. To select lines, either left-click on one or more lines in the tab, or right-click in the tab and choose Select All from the menu (alternatively, Ctrl+A will select all lines and Ctrl+D will unselect all lines). To copy the selected lines, type Ctrl+C or use the right-click menu and choose Copy. Once copied, the lines are ready to be pasted into your favorite editor or email program.

Show/Hide Status Window

You can show or hide the RTW Status Window by selecting Vistasource → Info → Show/Hide Status Window. By default, the status window first appears when a real-time RTW request is made. Real-time requests are made with the “rt” and “rtinsert” commands in the RTD function or in the RTW COM server.

The status window will automatically close when no engines are running. An engine will shutdown, if it is not handling any more real-time requests.
System Administrators:
The debug level and display rules for the RTW Status Window can be changed in the Status Window section of the Generic tab of the Rtconfig Editor. See the engine-specific manual in the installation directory for detailed information about the different methods of editing the RTW configuration options.
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