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34 Installing the OPC XML DA Web Services 8. If you find the entry "OPC.SIMATIC.NET" here, skip all other entries in these instructions. Otherwise, go to Step Select "Default Web Site" and open "Add Application..." in the context menu. Reaction: A new window opens. 10. Enter the folder name of the Web service in the "Alias" box. We recommend the name "OPC.Simatic.NET" because the supplied sample programs can then be used unchanged. 11. Select the newly created "Classic SIMATIC.NET AppPool" application pool and confirm with "OK". 12. In the "Physical path" box, enter the path to the directory in which the installed "SIMATIC NET PC Software" DVD makes the data accessible. Enter the path as follows: "\siemens\simatic.net\opc2\binxml" Confirm with "OK" 13. Confirm the entries in the "Add Application" dialog with "OK". Reaction: The created Web service is displayed with its alias in "Default Web Site". Step 3 - Security settings for OPC XML-DA The Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) make your PC accessible from the Internet. It is therefore essential to specify suitable access permissions. Procedure under Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Follow the steps outlined below to specify the access permissions: 1. Go to your newly created Web service (Web site) in the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager; in this example: "OPC.Simatic.NET". Start menu "Start" > "Control Panel" > "System and Security" > " double-click on "Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager". Reaction: The "Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager" dialog opens. 2. Select the entry "OPC.Simatic.NET" in the navigation area. > "Sites" > "Default Web Site" > "OPC.Simatic.NET". 3. Double-click on "Authentication" in the data area. Reaction: The content area shows the possible settings for "Authentication". 4. Make the settings you require for anonymous access and authenticated access. Step 4 - Security settings for OPC Before the Internet Information Services (ISS) can access OPC data, they must be given access permissions to specific OPC services. 34 Installation Manual, 07/2012, C79000-G8900-C233-05
36 Installing the OPC XML DA Web Services Step 6 - Using the sample program for the OPC XML DA interface You will find the sample client program in the folder: "\siemens\simatic.net\opc2\samples\xml\sync\opcxml_da_sync.exe" Requirements Follow the steps below before you use the sample program: Activate the demo mode for the S7 communication protocol as described in the "Industrial Communication for PG/PC" manual. After starting the sample program, enter the following address in the "Input the URL" box assuming your Web page has the name "OPC.Simatic.NET": ( 36 Installation Manual, 07/2012, C79000-G8900-C233-05
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