BAScontrol Series Saving and Restoring Sedona Programs


This video in part of the BAScontrol20 and Sedona Video Series. Saving and Restoring Sedona Programs shows how to use Niagara or Sedona Workbench to save and restore a simple Sedona program running on a BAScontrol20. Beyond saving and restoring a program, the example also details many helpful actions that are relevant to various Sedona tasks. These include opening a device, opening Sedona, selecting and moving components, accessing and opening Sedona Palette, dragging components from Sedona kits to a wiresheet, connecting and enabling components, accessing Sedona Tools and the Application Manager — where executing a Get and a Put accomplishes the respective save and restore.

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