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TY - CONF AU - Papakrivopoulos, I. AU - Bakas, G. AU - Behrens, U. AU - Branson, J. AU - Brummer, P. AU - Cittolin, S. AU - Da Silva Gomes, D. AU - Darlea, G.L. AU - Deldicque, C. AU - Dobson, M. AU - Doualot, N. AU - Fulcher, J.R. AU - Gigi, D. AU - Gladki, M.S. AU - Glege, F. AU - Gomez-Ceballos, G. AU - Hegeman, J. AU - Li, W. AU - Mecionis, A. AU - Meijers, F. AU - Meschi, E. AU - Mommsen, R.K. AU - Mor, K. AU - Morovic, S. AU - O'Dell, V. AU - Orsini, L. AU - Paus, C. AU - Petrucci, A. AU - Pieri, M. AU - Rabady, D. AU - Racz, A. AU - Raychinov, K.V. AU - Rodriguez Garcia, A. AU - Sakulin, H. AU - Schwick, C. AU - Simelevicius, D. AU - Soursos, P. AU - Stahl, A. AU - Stankevicius, M. AU - Suthakar, U. AU - Tsipolitis, G. AU - Vazquez Velez, C. AU - Zahid, A.B. AU - Zejdl, P. ED - White, Karen S. ED - Brown, Kevin A. ED - Dyer, Philip S. ED - Schaa, Volker RW TI - Easing the Control System Application Development for CMS Detector Control System with Automatic Production Environment Reproduction J2 - Proc. of ICALEPCS2019, New York, NY, USA, 05-11 October 2019 CY - New York, NY, USA T2 - International Conference on Accelerator and Large Experimental Physics Control Systems T3 - 17 LA - english AB - The Detector Control System (DCS) is one of the main pieces involved in the operation of the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment at the LHC. The system is built using WinCC Open Architecture (WinCC OA) and the Joint Controls Project (JCOP) framework which was developed on top of WinCC at CERN. Following the JCOP paradigm, CMS has developed its own framework which is structured as a collection of more than 200 individual installable components each providing a different feature. Everyone of the systems that the CMS DCS consists of is created by installing a different set of these components. By automating this process, we are able to quickly and efficiently create new systems in production or recreate problematic ones, but also, to create development environments that are identical to the production ones. This latter one results in smoother development and integration processes, as the new/reworked components are developed and tested in production-like environments. Moreover, it allows the central DCS support team to easily reproduce systems that the users/developers report as being problematic, reducing the response time for bug fixing and improving the support quality. PB - JACoW Publishing CP - Geneva, Switzerland SP - 476 EP - 479 KW - database KW - controls KW - experiment KW - software KW - detector DA - 2020/08 PY - 2020 SN - 2226-0358 SN - 978-3-95450-209-7 DO - doi:10.18429/JACoW-ICALEPCS2019-MOPHA111 UR - https://jacow.org/icalepcs2019/papers/mopha111.pdf ER -