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The InTouch for System Platform course is a 4-day, instructor-led class designed to provide a fundamental understanding of how InTouch provides visualization to plant Galaxy data using ArchestrA symbols within the Wonderware Application Server software. The focus of this course is to illustrate the use of visualization tools in Wonderware Application Server to provide a Human Machine Interface (HMI) with connectivity to the Galaxy, graphic symbols, animations, and scripting features and functionality in InTouch WindowMaker, ArchestrA symbols, the ArchestrA Symbol Editor, and QuickScript .NET.  The course provides lectures and hands-on labs to provide a fundamental understanding of and reinforce how to design graphics and windows, apply alarm, trending, and history controls for visualization; and secure an InTouch application.


  • Create and deploy Managed InTouch applications using the ArchestrA IDE
  • Use ArchestrA Situational Awareness symbols
  • Embed ArchestrA symbols in automation objects and reference the object's attributes
  • Use ArchestrA symbols in a containment relationship
  • Create ArchestrA symbols
  • Work with the ArchestrA Alarm Client control for alarm visualization
  • Work with the ArchestrA Situational Awareness trend pen symbols for customized trending
  • Use the ArchestrA Trend Client control for real-time trending
  • Work with the Historian Client Trend control for real-time trending
  • Apply ArchestrA security in a Managed InTouch application


  • Application developers
  • Engineers
  • System integrators
  • Other individuals who use Application Server in their manufacturing processes


  • Completion of Application Server course
  • Manufacturing industry experience
  • Recommended: Completion of Historian Client course (For better understanding of Historian Client Trend)


Section 1 – Course Introduction

Overview of Wonderware InTouch for System Platform course and outlines, and ArchestrA visualization

Section 2 – System Platform Overview

Fundamental concepts and architecture of Wonderware System Platform

Section 3 – ArchestrA Visualization Overview

Introduction to ArchestrA graphics and creation of Managed InTouch application

Section 4 – System Requirements and Licensing

Explanation of system requirements for System Platform and the licensing model

Module 2 – Application Design Basics

Section 1 – ArchestrA VIsualization Objects

Introduction to InTouchViewApp and ViewEngine objects

Section 2 – Development Environment and InTouch Windows

Overview of features of WindowMaker environment and its settings

Section 3 – Runtime Environment and Application Design

Overview of InTouch WindowViewer and its settings, as well as ViewEngine

Module 3 – ArchestrA Symbol Basics

Section 1 – ArchestrA Symbol Overview

ArchestrA graphics and Graphic Toolbox

Section 2 – Situational Awareness Symbols¬

Situational Awareness philosophy and Situational Awareness symbols

Section 3 – Element Styles

Element style configuration in Galaxy Style Library, element style updates at runtime, and import/export of element styles

Section 4 – ArchestrA Symbols with Objects

How to manage ArchestrA symbols in automation objects and containment relationships between automation objects

How to use ArchestrA symbols in a contained object within a symbol in the container object

Section 5 – ArchestrA Symbol Editor

Creation and manipulation of graphic objects, lines, outlines, text objects, images, and bitmaps in ArchestrA Symbol Editor

Section 6 – The OwningObject PropertyIntroduction to OwningObject property

Module 4 – ArchestrA Symbols Creation

Section 1 – Tools and Animations

Overview of graphic tools in ArchestrA Symbol Editor, visualization animations, and interaction animations

Element style tool as a property of the element, how to apply Element Styles, and element style animation

Section 2 – Custom Properties

Custom properties in ArchestrA symbol and how to link custom properties to external sources

Section 3 – Quality and Status Display

Status element and its application in monitoring data status and quality in runtime

Quality and status display override in the Galaxy Style Library

Section 4 – Scripts in ArchestrA Symbols

Scripting environment, execution types and triggers, and ShowGraphic-related functions

Module 5 – Alarm Visualization

Section 1 – ArchestrA Alarming

How ArchestrA handles alarms and events, and an overview of Alarm Border animation and Alarms aggregation

Section 2 – Live Alarms Visualization

How to visualize live alarms using the ArchestrA Alarm control available from within the ArchestrA Symbol Editor

Section 3 – Logged Alarms Visualization

How to visualize logged alarms in the alarm database

Module 6 – Trend Visualization

Section 1 – Historization Review

Historization overview (Covered in the Wonderware Application Server course)

Section 2 – ArchestrA Situational Awareness Trend Symbols

Introduction to two Situational Awareness symbols for trending and how to configure them

Section 3 – ArchestrA Trend Client Control

ArchestrA Trend control available within the ArchestrA Symbol Editor

Section 4 – Historian Client Trend Control

Historian Client .NET controls available for use in ArchestrA symbols.

Module 7 – Security

Section 1 – Security Overview

ArchestrA security, authentication modes, general and operational permissions, security classifications, the security audit trail, and InTouch security- related tags and script functions

Section 2 – Signed Writes

Secured Write and Verified Write security classifications, the Can Verify Writes Operational permission, and the Secured Write and Verified Writedialog boxes

Section 3 – Customization of the Runtime Environment

Customization of the runtime environment to more fully secure and protect the application. It also describes how to configure the InTouch runtimeenvironment for inactivity function, and introduces the EnableDisableKeys() script function.