Documentation for Intellect 4.9.8. Documentation for other versions of Intellect is available too.

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Intellect's core interacts with functional modules (third party information systems) according to the following connection parameters:

  1. Port number.
    1. For the video subsystem: 900.

    2. For the Interface IIDK object: 1030.

    3. For ATM objects: 1009.


      1030 (IIDK) port can be in use to connect ATMs (ATM) (not only 1009 port) - in this case the ATM object will be marked with red cross in the hardware tree. For this the IIDK Interface object is to be created in the hardware tree.

  2. The IP address of the computer that is running Intellect's core.

  3. ID (the connection object ID).


To connect to video subsystem (port 900) id is to be more than 1 and must not be the same as id of IIDK Interface objects created in the system. To connect to IIDK Interface object (port 1030) id is to be the same as one of the object specified in the dialog box of Intellect settings.


If connection to the server (IIDK Interface object) from remote computer is required, then there is no need to install Intellect on the remote computer, but this computer is to be added to Intellect configuration on the server (in the Hardware tab of the System settings dialog box) and IIDK Interface object is to be created under the created Computer object. In this case the server address is to be specified in IP parameter of Connect function and ID of specified IIDK Interface object is to be specified in ID parameter. Take into account the fact that the Computer object corresponding to the remote computer is marked with a red cross in the object tree.


If an MDL file exists (see Section Creating MDL files), the connection to Intellect's core does not require creating the IIDK Interface object in the system. The connection ID passed is an empty string (in other words, the ID is "").
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