IEC 62769-6 pdf – Field device integration (FDI) – Part 6: Technology Mapping
This part of lEC 62769 specifies the technology mapping for the concepts described in theField Device Integration (FDl) standard. The technology mapping focuses on implementationregarding the components FDl Client and User Interface Plug-in(UiP) that are specific only to
the WORKSTATION platform/.NET as defined in lEC 62769-4.
The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and
are indispensable for its application. For dated references,only the edition cited applies. Forundated’references, the’ latestedition of the referenced document(including anyamendments) applies.
IEC 61804(all parts)，Function blocks (FB) for process control and Electronic DeviceDescription Language(EDDL)
IEC 62769-1，Field Device Integration(FDl) – Part 1: OverviewIEC 62769-2，Field Device Integration (FDI) -Part 2: FDl Client
IEC 62769-4，Field Device Integration (FDI) – Part 4 : FDI Packages
IEC 62541(all parts), OPC Unified Architecture
ISonEC19505-1,Information technology – Object Management Group Unified ModelingLanguage (oMG UML) – Part 1: Infrastructure
ISO/IEC 29500，(all parts)Information technology – Document description and processinglanguages-Office Open xML File Formats
3 Terms，definitions,abbreviated terms，symbols and conventions3.1Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in IEC 62769-1 as well asthe following apply.
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isolated environment where applications execute
FDI Type Library
assembly that contains the interfaces and data types that are used for the data exchange andinteraction between a UlP and an FDI Client
Global Assembly Cache
machine-wide code cache that stores Assemblies specifically designated to be shared byseveral applications
system-defined database in which applications and system components store and retrieveconfiguration data
For the purposes of this document, the abbreviated terms given in IEC 62769-1 as well as thefollowing apply.
CLRCommon Language Run-timeMSIMicrosoft lnstaller
wPFwindows Presentation FoundationUML Unified Modeling Language
Figures in this document use graphical symbols in accordance with ISo/EC19505-1(UML 2.0).
For the purposes of this document, the conventions given in lEC 62769-1 apply.
The description of Non-blocking service execution in 4.8.2 uses italics to identify a genericoperation name the internal function is being applied to.
In 4.1.2，4.2，4.3，4.4，and 4.5, this document describes first the technology base for Ulpimplementation, the hardware and software environment including the related implementationrules.Clause 4 follows a life-cycle (use case) oriented approach.
Subclause 4.6 describes the copy deployment procedures and related implementation rulesfor the UIP and the FDl Client. UIP executableinstantiation and termination is described in4.7. Subclause 4.8 defines the rules about interaction between the FDlI Client and the UIP.Security related definitions are written in 4.9. The service interface definitions for the FDIClient and the UlP are found in Clause 5.