The Logix Table
A Logix is a small group of Conditionals focused on a single task on the layout. Each Conditional may be viewed as a statement of the form:
The Logix Table lists all currently defined Logix by their System Name and User Name.
Columns in the Logix Table
The last column of the table provides three things you can
do with a Logix; Edit it, Duplicate it, or Delete it. Simply
clicking Select will drop down a menu with the
choices: Edit, Copy, Delete. Selecting
Edit will bring up the Edit Logix window which
provides away to edit a Logix and its Conditionals. See
the help page on adding
Logix for more information on creating and editing Logix
Selecting Copy will bring up windows that allow you to make a new copy of Logix and its Conditionals or to copy its Conditionals into an existing Logix.
Selecting Delete will delete the Logix and its Conditionals.
The Enabled column allows you to enable (checked) or disable (unchecked) a Logix. A Logix does not have a state as many JMRI entities do. A Logix does have the capability of being "enabled" or "disabled". When a Logix is not enabled, the logical expressions of its Conditionals are still evaluated, but the actions specified in the Conditionals are not taken. When a Logix is enabled after having been disabled, its Conditionals are recalculated and appropriate actions taken.
Creating a Logix
To create a new Logix, click the Add... button at the bottom of the Logix Table. This will bring up a "Create Logix" pane. Entering a System Name and optionally a User Name, then clicking Create Logix, will create the Logix, and bring up the Edit Logix window. Once a Logix is created, its System Name cannot be changed. Its User Name, however, may be changed in either the Logix Table or the Edit Logix window. A new User Name may be any useful text, provided the new User Name was not already assigned to another Logix. (See also the separate help page on adding Logix and a step-by-step guide.)
The File menu at the top of the Logix Table provides for printing this table and for storing the Logixs and their Conditionals in a layout configuration file. Selecting either store option will bring up a dialog for naming a configuration file for writing Logix information and all other configuration information (e.g., sensors, lights, turnouts, signal heads, routes etc.). If you are updating an existing file, simply click its name, and it will be copied into the name entry.
For more information, consult the main Logix documentation.