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    What's New in Connected Components Workbench 12


    Earlier this week Rockwell released version 12 of Connected Components Workbench.
    Below I'll summarize the new features as documented in the...

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    read the release notes

    thanks for CCW.v12 info,
    several new functions needed for projects,
    but do suggest review Release Notes.
    verify CPR9-SR11 & newer software versions functions and how to deal with changes.
    CCW-v12 will update RSLinx to v4.11
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    Functional changes
    RSLinx Classic version 4.11.00 has the following changes in functionality since the last release.

    Ethernet Port Listening

    RSLinx Classic version 4.00.01 or earlier allocated EtherNet/IP port (44818) to enable RSLinx Classic to support unsolicited messaging. RSLinx Classic versions 4.10.00 was modified to NOT allocate the port to reduce the likelihood that FactoryTalk Linx will experience a conflict because version 6.10.00 of FactoryTalk Linx now defaults to use this port.
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    Bill Hosay
    DataVisual Controls, LLC

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    Good morning @bhosay,

    Thanks for your comments and totally agree - always a good idea to read the release notes! Link and instructions on how to get them are included at the bottom of my original article which is linked to in first post.

    To work around issues which may arise from forced upgrades that come along with CCW 12, I created a clone of my VM image BEFORE installing it as I can't afford the downtime due to known or unknown software bugs :-(

    Highly recommend every do the same - the time you'll save if something goes wrong is worth every penny/minute!

    Sincerely,

    Shawn Tierney,
    Instructor at The Automation School
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