|Documentation||virtual logical object used for indication of route status on HMI|
|Children||designator (0..*), hasCommand (0..*), hasIndication (0..*)|
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Introduced with version 3.2
Best Practice / Examples
For the safety of train traffic the used routes will have a life cycle with different stages. These stages are often indicated to the operator of a HMI of a controller. Typical two distinguished graphical symbols are used, one at the start and one at the end of the route. They are controlled as individual graphical objects.
- @elementNumber - A positive integer number unique within one <signalBox> to index the element in internal lists of engineering data.
- @id - The unique identifier used to reference this element within railML.
- @positionInRoute - This marks whether the indicator is at the start or the end.
- <hasCommand> - The reference to any predefined operator command, which can be used with this element. For details refer to <hasOperatorCommand>.
- <hasIndication> - The reference to any predefined indication on HMI, which is used with this element. For details refer to <hasHmiIndication>.
<rail3:routeStatusIndicator elementNumber="0" id="" positionInRoute="end"> <rail3:designator description="" entry="" register=""/> <rail3:hasCommand entityCode="" ref=""/> <rail3:hasIndication entityCode="" ref=""/> </rail3:routeStatusIndicator>