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CNC_RDOPHISTRY4 | HISTORY

Description

Reads the operation history data.
Please use this function instead of cnc_rdophistry function for Series 30i, 0i-D/F and PMi-A.

The structure of the operation history data is different according to the kind of the record.

The operation history data and the alarm history data are automatically recorded on the CNC.
Kind of these data are accessed, it is necessary to temporarily stop sampling on the CNC. Therefore, it is necessary to execute "Stop logging operation history data"(cnc_stopophis) before this function is used.

The start/end record number means the relative number used at reading the operation history data.
These record numbers are valid only at the period from the execution of "Stop logging operation history data"(cnc_stopophis function) until the execution of "Restart logging operation history data"(cnc_startophis function).

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Declaration

#include "fwlib32.h" or "fwlib64.h"

FWLIBAPI short WINAPI cnc_rdophistry4(unsigned short FlibHndl,unsigned short s_no, unsigned short *e_no, unsigned short *length, void *his);

Arguments

FlibHndl   [ in ]

Specify the library handle. See "Library handle" for details.

s_no   [ in ]

Specify the start record number.(more than 1)

e_no   [ in/out ]

Specify the pointer to the end record number.(more than 1)
The last record number which was read actually is returned.

length   [ in/out ]

Specify the data block length which is enough to store the specified operation history data.
One operation history data is set in the ODBOPHIS4 structure and the size of the structure is represented by rec_len. This structure is lined up in order of number of operation history data. So, specify the sum of rec_len of these structures.
When the plural data is acquired, the second or later data is acquired just behind the previous data as follows. (It is not the order of the array of a structure.)
When you read the second or later data, calculate the pointer which adds data length (rec_len) to the top pointer of data immediately before.


Because the size of data which was read actually is returned, it is possible to specify the length more than the actual size.















his   [ out ]

Using the ODBOPHIS4 structure can refer each operation history data.

typedef struct odbophis4 {
    short  rec_len;             /* Length             */
    short  rec_type;            /* Record type        */
    union {
        struct {
            char    key_code;   /* Key code           */
            char    pw_flag;    /* Power-on flag      */
            short   pth_no;     /* Path number        */
            short   ex_flag;    /* External MDI key flag*/
            short   hour;       /* Hour */
            short   minute;     /* Minute */
            short   second;     /* Second */
        } rec_mdi;              /* MDI */
        struct {
            short   sig_name;   /* Signal name        */
            short   sig_no;     /* Signal number      */
            char    sig_old;    /* Bit pattern before transition */
            char    sig_new;    /* Bit pattern after  transition */
            short   pmc_no;     /* PMC number         */
            short   hour;       /* Hour               */
            short   minute;     /* Minute             */
            short   second;     /* Second             */
            short   dummy;
        } rec_sgn;              /* Signal             */
        struct {
            short   alm_grp;    /* Alarm type         */
            short   alm_no;     /* Relative axis number in the path or Relative spindle number in the path */
            short   axis_no;    /* Axis number        */
            short   year;       /* Year               */
            short   month;      /* Month              */
            short   day;        /* Day                */
            short   hour;       /* Hour               */
            short   minute;     /* Minute             */
            short   second;     /* Second             */
            short   pth_no;     /* Path number        */
        } rec_alm;              /* Alarm              */
        struct {
            short   evnt_type;  /* Event type         */
            short   year;       /* Year               */
            short   month;      /* Month              */
            short   day;        /* Day                */
            short   hour;       /* Hour               */
            short   minute;     /* Minute             */
            short   second;     /* Second             */
            short   dummy;
        } rec_date;             /* Date/Time          */
        struct {
            short   alm_grp;    /* Alarm type         */
            short   alm_no;     /* Alarm number       */
            short   axis_no;    /* Absolute axis number or Absolute spindle number */
            short   year;       /* Year               */
            short   month;      /* Month              */
            short   day;        /* Day                */
            short   hour;       /* Hour               */
            short   minute;     /* Minute             */
            short   second;     /* Second             */
            short   pth_no;     /* Path number        */
            short   sys_alm;    /* unused */
            short   dsp_flg;    /* Flag for displaying */
            short   axis_num;   /* Total axis number  */
            long    g_modal[10];/* Modal data of G code */
            char    g_dp[10];   /* #7=1 There is a command in the present block. */
                                /* #6~#0 place of decimal point */
            long    a_modal[10];/* Modal data of B,D,E,F,H,M,N,O,S,T code */
            char    a_dp[10];   /* #7=1 There is a command in the present block. */
                                /* #6~#0 place of decimal point */
            long    abs_pos[32];/* Absolute position in alarm occurring */
            char    abs_dp[32]; /* Absolute position place of decimal point in alarm occurring */
            long    mcn_pos[32];/* Machine position in alarm occurring */
            char    mcn_dp[32]; /* Machine position place of decimal point in alarm occurring */
        } rec_ial;                /* Additional information alarm */
        struct {
            short   alm_grp;    /* Alarm type         */
            short   alm_no;     /* Alarm number       */
            short   axis_no;    /* Absolute axis number or Absolute spindle number */
            short   year;       /* Year               */
            short   month;      /* Month              */
            short   day;        /* Day                */
            short   hour;       /* Hour               */
            short   minute;     /* Minute             */
            short   second;     /* Second             */
            short   pth_no;     /* Path number        */
            short   sys_alm;    /* unused */
            short   dsp_flg;    /* Flag for displaying */
            short   axis_num;   /* Total axis number */
            char    alm_msg[64];/* Alarm message */
            long    g_modal[10];/* Modal data of G code */
            char    g_dp[10];   /* #7=1 There is a command in the present block. */
                                /* #6~#0 place of decimal point */
            long    a_modal[10];/* Modal data of B,D,E,F,H,M,N,O,S,T code */
            char    a_dp[10];   /* #7=1 There is a command in the present block. */
                                /* #6~#0 place of decimal point */
            long    abs_pos[32];/* Absolute position in alarm occurring */
            char    abs_dp[32]; /* Absolute position place of decimal point in alarm occurring */
            long    mcn_pos[32];/* Machine position in alarm occurring */
            char    mcn_dp[32]; /* Machine position place of decimal point in alarm occurring */
        } rec_mal;                /* Additional information and message alarm */
        struct {
            short   dsp_flg;    /* Flag for displaying */
            short   om_no;      /* Message number     */
            short   year;       /* Year               */
            short   month;      /* Month              */
            short   day;        /* Day                */
            short   hour;       /* Hour               */
            short   minute;     /* Minute             */
            short   second;     /* Second             */
            char    ope_msg[256];/* Message */
        } rec_opm;              /* External operator's message */
        struct {
            short   ofs_grp;    /* Tool offset data type */
            short   ofs_no;     /* Tool offset number */
            short   hour;       /* Hour               */
            short   minute;     /* Minute             */
            short   second;     /* Second             */
            short   pth_no;     /* Path number */
            long    ofs_old;    /* Tool offset data before transition */
            long    ofs_new;    /* Tool offset data after transition */
            short   old_dp;     /* Tool offset data place of decimal point before transition */
            short   new_dp;     /* Tool offset data place of decimal point after transition */
        } rec_ofs;              /* Tool offset transition */
        struct {
            short   prm_grp;    /* Parameter data type */
            short   prm_num;    /* Parameter number */
            short   hour;       /* Hour               */
            short   minute;     /* Minute             */
            short   second;     /* Second             */
            short   prm_len;    /* Parameter data length */
            long    prm_no;     /* Parameter number   */
            long    prm_old;    /* Parameter data before transition */
            long    prm_new;    /* Parameter data after transition */
            short   old_dp;     /* Parameter data place of decimal point before transition */
            short   new_dp;     /* Parameter data place of decimal point after transition */
        } rec_prm;              /* Parametertransition */
        struct {
            short   ofs_grp;    /* Work offset data type */
            short   ofs_no;     /* Work offset number */
            short   hour;       /* Hour               */
            short   minute;     /* Minute             */
            short   second;     /* Second             */
            short   pth_no;     /* Path number        */
            short   axis_no;    /* Axis number */
            short   dummy;
            long    ofs_old;    /* Work offset data before transition */
            long    ofs_new;    /* Work offset data after transition */
            short   old_dp;     /* Work offset data place of decimal point before transition */
            short   new_dp;     /* Work offset data place of decimal point after transition */
        } rec_wof;              /* Work offset transition */
        struct {
            short   mac_no;     /* Custom macro common variable number */
            short   hour;       /* Hour               */
            short   minute;     /* Minute             */
            short   second;     /* Second             */
            short   pth_no;     /* Path number        */
            long    mac_old;    /* Common variable data before transition */
            long    mac_new;    /* Common variable data after transition */
            short   old_dp;     /* Common variable data place of decimal point before transition */
            short   new_dp;     /* Common variable data place of decimal point after transition */
        } rec_mac;              /* Custom macro common variable transition */
        struct {
            long    mac_no;     /* Custom macro common variable number(Extension) */
            short   hour;       /* Hour               */
            short   minute;     /* Minute             */
            short   second;     /* Second             */
            short   pth_no;     /* Path number        */
            long    mac_old;    /* Common variable data before transition */
            long    mac_new;    /* Common variable data after transition */
            short   old_dp;     /* Common variable data place of decimal point before transition */
            short   new_dp;     /* Common variable data place of decimal point after transition */
        } rec_mac2;             /* Custom macro common variable transition */
        struct {
            short   scrn_old;   /* Old screen number */
            short   scrn_new;   /* New screen number */
            short   hour;       /* Hour */
            short   minute;     /* Minute */
            short   second;     /* Second */
        } rec_mac2;             /* Change of screen(number) */
    } u;
} ODBOPHIS4 ;
rec_len
Length of the ODBOPHIS4 structure
rec_type
Record type
0:MDI key
1:Signal
2:Alarm
3:Date/Time
4:Custom macro common variable transition
5:Parameter transition
6:External operator's message
7:Tool offset transition
8:Work offset transition
9:Additional information alarm
10:Additional information and message alarm
11:Custom macro common variable(Extension) transition
12:Change of Screen(number)
-1:History data of unsupport
key_code
Key code
01234567
0  SP0@P` 
1  !1AQ  
2  "2BR  
3  #3CS  
4  $4DT  
5  %5EU  
6  &6FV  
7  '7GW  
8  (8HX  
9TAB )9IY  
AEOB *:JZ  
B  +;K[ {
C  ,<L\ |
D  -=M] }
E  .>N  ~
F  /?O_  

 89ABCDEF
0 RESET[SKV9]    [F1]
1  [SKV8]    [F2]
2  [SKV7]    [F3]
3  [SKV6]    [F4]
4SHIFTINSERT[SKV5]   AUX[F5]
5 DELETE[SKV4]    [F6]
6CANALTER[SKV3]    [F7]
7 ALT[SKV2]    [F8]
8?INPUT[SKV1]   POS[F9]
9?CALC    PROG[F10]
A?HELP    OFFSET
SETTING
 
B?CTRL    SYSTEM 
C ABC/abc    MESSAGE 
D      GRAPH 
EPage?     CUSTOM[FR]
FPage?     CUSTOM2[FL]
pw_flag
Power-on flag
1 : For power on
0 : Usually, 0 is stored
ex_flag
External MDI key flag
1 : External MDI key
0 : Usual MDI key
sig_name
Signal name
1 : X
2 : G
3 : Y
4 : F
sig_no
Signal number
X : 0,..,127
G : 0,..,767
Y : 0,..,127
F : 0,..,767
sig_old
Bit pattern before transition
sig_new
Bit pattern after transition
alm_grp
Alarm type
0 : Parameter switch on (SW)
1 : Power off parameter set (PW)
2 : I/O error (IO)
3 : Foreground P/S (PS)
4 : Overtravel,External data (OT)
5 : Overheat alarm (OH)
6 : Servo alarm (SV)
7 : Data I/O error (SR)
8 : Macro alarm (MC)
9 : Spindle alarm (SP)
10 : Other alarm(DS) (DS)
11 : Alarm concerning Malfunction prevent functions (IE)
12 : Background P/S (BG)
13 : Synchronized error (SN)
14 : (reserved)
15 : External alarm message (EX)
19 : PMC error (PC)
20 to 31 : (Not used)
alm_no
Alarm number
axis_no
  • rec_type 2(Alarm), rec_type 9(Additional information alarm) and rec_type 10(Additional information and message alarm)
    • The relative axis number(1,..,max controlled axes) in the path or the relative spindle number(1,..,max spindle number) in the path is set in this variable.
      When the flexible path axis assignment function is valid, the absolute axis number + 1000(1001,..,max controlled axis number + 1000) or the relative spindle number(1,..,max spindle number) in the path is set in this variable.
      (Absolute axis number or absolute spindle number 0 is stored for an unrelated alarm to the axis and the spindle.)
  • rec_type 8(Work offset transition)
    • The relative axis number(0,..,max controlled axes - 1) in the path is set in this variable.
      When the flexible path axis assignment function is valid, the absolute axis number + 1000(1001,..,max controlled axis number + 1000) is set in this variable.
    year
    Year (1995,..,2094)
    month
    Month (1,..,12)
    day
    Day (1,..,31)
    hour
    Hour (0,..,23)
    minute
    Minute (0,..,59)
    second
    Second (0,..,59)
    evnt_type
    Event type
    0 : Power off
    1 : Power on
    2 : Change date
    3 : Time stamp
    4 : Erase history data
    pth_no
    Path number(1,..,10)
    pmc_no
    PMC number(1,..,3)
    axis_num
    Total axis number(1,..,32)
    g_modal
    Modal G code of specified G code group at alarm occurring (nonexistence -1)
    Modal G code group number is specified by the parameter from No.12990 to No.12999.
    g_dp
    Place of decimal point of Modal G code (nonexistence -1)
    #7=1 There is a command in the present block.
    #6~#0 place of decimal point

    #7=0 There is not a command in the present block.
        =1 There is a command in the present block.
        g_modal[0],g_dp[0]=parameter12990
            :    :
        g_modal[9],g_dp[9]=parameter12990
    a_modal
    Modal data of 2nd auxiliary function(prm3460),D,E,F,H,M,N,O,S,T code in alarm occurring(nonexistence -1)
        a_modal[0],a_dp[0]=2nd auxiliary function code,a_modal[1],a_dp[1]=D code
        a_modal[2],a_dp[2]=E code,a_modal[3],a_dp[3]=F code
        a_modal[4],a_dp[2]=H code,a_modal[5],a_dp[3]=M code
        a_modal[6],a_dp[2]=Sequence number,a_modal[7],a_dp[3]=Promgam number or Program Name Note)
        a_modal[8],a_dp[2]=S code,a_modal[9],a_dp[3]=T code
         Note) In case of program name, specify 5 charactors of head.

    a_dp
    #7=1 There is a command in the present block.(nonexistence -1)
    #6~#0 place of decimal point

    #7=0 There is not a command in the present block.
        =1 There is a command in the present block.
    abs_pos
    Absolute position in alarm occurring
    abs_dp
    Absolute position place of decimal point in alarm occurring
    mcn_pos
    Machine position in alarm occurring
    mcn_dp
    Machine position place of decimal point in alarm occurring
    *More than axis number is unused.
    alm_msg
    Alarm message
    dsp_flg
    Flag for message displaying
    In case of the Macro alarm(alm_grp=8), the state of 6008#1 can be acquired.
    In case of the External alarm message(alm_grp=15), the state of 6301#0 can be acquired.
    In case of the External operator's message, the state of 6301#1 can be acquired.
    * The status of a point at alarm occurring can get.
    om_no
    Message number
    ope_msg
    Message( null(\0) end)
    ofs_grp
    Tool offset data type
  • rec_type:7 In case of tool offset transition.(Kind of tool offset is set.)
  • 0:Tool offset           (M series Memory A)
    1:Geometry offset   2:Wear offset     (M series Memory B)
    3:Tool length offset(geometry)   4:Tool length offset(wear)     (M series Memory C)
    5:Tool cutter radius offset(geometry)   6:Tool cutter radius offset(wear)     (M series Memory C)
    7:X-axis tool offset   8:Z-axis tool offset     (T series Memory A)
    9:X-axis tool offset(geometry)   10:X-axis tool offset(wear)     (T series Memory B)
    11:Z-axis tool offset(geometry)   12:Z-axis tool offset(wear)     (M/T series Memory B)
    13:Tool nose radius offset           (M/T series Memory A)
    14:Tool nose radius offset(geometry)   15:Tool nose radius offset(wear)     (M/T series Memory A)
    16:Y-axis tool offset           (T series Memory A)
    17:Y-axis tool offset(geometry)   18:Y-axis tool offset(wear)     (T series Memory B)
    19:Direction of tool nose           (Common :M/T series(M series PRM5009#5=1))
    20:X-axis second geometry offset   21:Z-axis second geometry offset     (T series )
    22:Y-axis second geometry offset
  • rec_type:8 In case of work offset transition(Kind of work offset data is set.)
  • 0:Work offset(EXT,G54~G59)
    1:Work offset extension(G54.1P1~G54.1P300)
    2:Volume of work shift(Only T series)
    ofs_no
    Offset number
  • rec_type:7 In case of tool offset transition, tool offset number(1,..,9999)
  • rec_type:8 In case of work offset transition, work offset is as follows.
  • ofs_grp=0:0=EXT,1=G54,2=G55,3=G56,4=G57,5=G58,6=G59
     =1:1,..,300
     =2:Invalid
    ofs_old
    Tool/Work offset data before transition.
    ofs_new
    Tool/Work offset data after transition.
    old_dp
    Place of decimal point before transition(*1)
    new_dp
    Place of decimal point after transition(*1)
    (*1) Data type is tool/work offset, parameter and custom macro common variable. When the variable value is custom macro common variable, refer to the "Note) In case of custom macro common variable".
    mac_old
    Custom macro common variable data before transition
    mac_new
    Custom macro common variable data after transition
    note) In case of custom macro common variable, shows data format=M*10**(-E)).
    mac_old,mac_new:value of variable(=M)
    old_dp,new_dp:number of places of decimals(=E) (-128(0x80)~127(0x7f))
    <example>
  • When the variable value is 12.345, each variables are read as follows.
  • tdmcr_val = 1234500000
    dec_val = 8
    ? 1234500000*(10**(-8)) = 12.345
  • When the variable value is 123456789012345, each variables are read as follows.
  • mcr_val = 1234567890
    dec_val = -5
    ? 1234567890*(10**5) = 123456789000000
    * Particularity
  • In case of "vacant":
  • mac_old,mac_new = 0?old_dp,new_dp = -1(0xff)
  • In case of overflow:
  • mac_old,mac_new = -1?old_dp,new_dp = -1(0xff)
    prm_grp
    Paramter data type(Kind of parameter data is set.)
    1:Axis type, 2:Spildle type, 3:Path type, 4:Machine group type, 0:Other
    prm_num
    Parameter data type(prm_grp) is valid range from 1 to 4.
    prm_grp=1 : Absolute number(1,..,MAX32)
    prm_grp=2 : Absolute spindle number(1,..,MAX8)
    prm_grp=3 : Path number(1,..,10)
    prm_grp=4 : Machine group number(1,..,3)
    prm_len
    Parameter data length
    0: BIT, 1:INT8, 2:INT16, 3:INT32, 4:REAL64
    prm_no
    Parameter number(0,..,99999)
    prm_old
    Paramter data befor transition
    prm_new
    Paramter data after transition

    Return

    EW_OK is returned on successful completion, otherwise any value except EW_OK is returned.

    The major error codes are as follows.

    Return code Meaning/Error handling
    EW_FUNC
    (1)
    cnc_stopophis function has not been executed.
    EW_LENGTH
    (2)
    Data block length error
    Size of area to store the operation history data(length) is wrong.
    EW_NUMBER
    (3)
    Data number error
    The specification of the record number (s_no, e_no) is wrong.
    EW_NOOPT
    (6)
    No option
    The extended driver/library function is necessary.

    As for the other return codes or the details, see "Return status of Data window function"

    CNC option

    For HSSB connection,

      This function needs the extended driver/library function.

    CNC parameter

    This function is related to the following CNC parameter.
    See the manual of CNC parameter for details.

    • 3112#3,3195#5,#6,3196#0-#3,#6,#7,12990-12999,3460,6008#1,6301#0,6301#1 (influenced by setting)

    CNC mode

    This function can be used in any CNC mode.

    Available CNC

    0i-A 0i-B/C(Note) 0i-D 0i-F 15 15i 16 18 21 16i-A 18i-A 21i-A 16i-B 18i-B 21i-B 30i-A 30i-B
    M (Machining)X X O O X X X X X X X X X X X O O
    T (Turning) X X O O X - X X X X X X X X X O O
    LC (Loader) - - - - - - X X X X X X X X X - -

    0i-D0i-F16i18i30i-A30i-B
    P (Punch press)O O X X - O
    L (Laser) - - X - - O
    W (Wire) - - X X O O


    Power Mate i-DX
    Power Mate i-HX
    Power Motion i-AO

    "O" : Both Ethernet and HSSB
    "E" : Ethernet
    "H" : HSSB
    "X" : Cannot be used
    "-" : None

    Note) 0i-C does not support the HSSB function.

    See Also

    cnc_stopophis   cnc_startophis   cnc_rdophisno   cnc_clearophis  

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    cnc_rdomhisno
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | cnc_rdomhistry
    Description Reads the external operator's message history data. Because the external operator's message history data is recorded... [read more]
    cnc_rdomhistry
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | cnc_rdomhistry2
    Description Reads the external operator's message history data. Please use this function for Series 30i, 0i-D/F and PMi-A.... [read more]
    cnc_rdomhistry2
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | cnc_rdophisno
    Description Reads the number of operation history data. It is necessary to stop sampling the operation history data by using... [read more]
    cnc_rdophisno
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | cnc_rdophistry
    Description Reads the operation history data. Please use... [read more]
    cnc_rdophistry
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | cnc_rdophistry2
    Description Reads the operation history data. Please use this function instead of... [read more]
    cnc_rdophistry2
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | cnc_rdophistry3
    Description Reads the operation history data. Please use this function instead of... [read more]
    cnc_rdophistry3
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | cnc_startomhis
    Description Restarts logging the external operator's message history data. The specification for Series 30i,... [read more]
    cnc_startomhis
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | cnc_startophis
    Description Restarts sampling the operation history data and the alarm history data of CNC. In Series 30i, 0i-D/F... [read more]
    cnc_startophis
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | cnc_stopomhis
    Description Stops logging the external operator's message history data. The specification for Series 30i,... [read more]
    cnc_stopomhis
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | cnc_stopophis
    Description Stops sampling the operation history data and the alarm history data of CNC. In Series 30i/31i/32i, 0i-D/F and PMi-A, the... [read more]
    cnc_stopophis
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | cnc_wrhissgnl
    Description Writes the target signal for the operation history. Please use... [read more]
    cnc_wrhissgnl
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | cnc_wrhissgnl2
    Description Writes the target signal for the operation history. Please use this function instead of... [read more]
    cnc_wrhissgnl2
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | cnc_wrhissgnl3
    Description Writes the target signal for the operation history. Please use this function instead of... [read more]
    cnc_wrhissgnl3
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | cnc_wrkeyhistry
    Description The specified key code is recorded in the operation history in CNC. Even... [read more]
    cnc_wrkeyhistry
    Fanuc Focas Library | History | flist_History
    CNC: Function related to history data... [read more]
    flist_History
    Modified: 2018-06-11