Display issues on the Alarm Count Overtime Report related to axis labeling, max rows, and the chart.
Editing or updating an Archiver channel when no data is being processed results in the Archiver service being blocked attempting to shutdown the channel thread.
The Alarm Manager Viewer fails to respond when using malformed view files.
When importing a back up created by Database Backup Utility for Alarm Manager A&E 4.3.3 into to Alarm Manager A&E 4.4.0 can result in an infinite loop and CPU usage up to 100%.
When using the Alarm Manager A&E 4.4.0 Web Reports, an error occurs is a Plant name contains FC.
When the Sequence of Events is opened from the Most Frequent Alarms report, the content does not export to Excel properly.
Milliseconds are lost when exporting the Sequence of Events report to Excel.
If the Alarm Manager A&E Archiver service is restarted, in the Web Reports the duplicate filters do not retain the last duplicates in memory.
The Alarm Count Over Time report displays a “Stacked Column Chart Error” when priority is not used.
X-axis series labels in the Alarm Count Over Time report are misaligned.
The Database Backup Utility sometimes skips data on import when the export breaks the backup file into time interval segments.
In the Web Reports, when the Analyzer experiences an error if multiple requests are made for "complex" queries.
If the Archiver is using a disabled channel, the Archiver status bar displays the message "Failed to retrieve Archiver status".
When opening Standing Alarm At Moment or Standing Alarm Over Time reports without using any filters an error occurs.
The Print Button in the Web Reports does not work as intended.
In the Excel reports, on the Standing Alarms by Duration report, the Alarm Time column displays #NAME errors instead of the data.
When selecting a bar on the Alarm Count Over Time bar chart, the wrong time interval is displayed.
The Alarm Performance Overview report does not count alarm rate correctly.
On Windows 8 or Windows Server 2012, the A&E Viewer does not display the real time messages. Workaround: Use the History View to view messages.
On Windows Server 2008 R2, an error sometimes appears when attempting to open the A&E Archiver. Workaround: Locate the file Msvcr71.dll (likely found in the Windows folder) and copy it into the Windows\SysWow folder.