CN107942997B - Fault report display method and computer equipment - Google Patents

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CN107942997B
CN107942997B CN201711174417.XA CN201711174417A CN107942997B CN 107942997 B CN107942997 B CN 107942997B CN 201711174417 A CN201711174417 A CN 201711174417A CN 107942997 B CN107942997 B CN 107942997B
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Abstract

The invention discloses a fault report display method and computer equipment, which can improve the real-time performance and effectiveness of a key fault report. The fault report display method comprises the following steps: a message list is provided with a top area, the top area comprises more than two sub-areas, the sub-areas are arranged according to priority, and the sub-area with the highest priority is positioned at the top end of the top area; and after receiving the fault report, comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the topping area, and if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area of the current fault report is in the topping area according to the content of the current fault report. The embodiment of the invention ensures that the latest key fault report is always displayed on the top of the list by utilizing the top setting area and the effective time limit, and does not inhibit the normal display of other new non-key fault reports, thereby ensuring that the man-machine interaction is more intelligent and efficient, and improving the real-time property and the effectiveness of the key fault report.

Description

Fault report display method and computer equipment

Technical Field

The invention relates to railway power system automation technology, in particular to a fault report display method and computer equipment.

Background

In the field of automation of railway power systems, a railway bureau dispatching center remotely monitors and controls stations such as a traction substation, an opening and closing station, a subarea station, an auto-transformer (AT) station, a box transformer substation, a distribution substation and the like in each electrified railway line in the bureau through a traction power supply telecontrol monitoring system (hereinafter referred to as telecontrol system). The telecontrol system is mainly used for monitoring the power supply equipment by carrying out data communication with the microcomputer protection measurement and control devices in all stations, wherein one important datum is a fault report generated by the microcomputer protection measurement and control devices.

When the railway power supply equipment is in a trip state, a fault state or an abnormal operation state, and the data such as current, voltage, temperature and the like acquired by the microcomputer protection and measurement and control device exceed preset threshold values, the microcomputer protection and measurement and control device can immediately generate a corresponding alarm, and simultaneously, a fault report recording detailed data information is uploaded to a telemechanical system to remind and help a dispatcher to analyze the fault of the power supply equipment in real time so as to direct field maintenance personnel to quickly remove the fault and recover the line power supply. Therefore, the real-time performance, the accuracy and the effectiveness of the fault report display in the telecontrol system play an important role in the aspects of daily maintenance, emergency fault processing, post-processing analysis and the like of the railway power system.

The information recorded by the fault report is as follows: fault time, fault element, fault phase, fault location kilometer scale, fault voltage and current, whether reclosing was successful, etc. In a typical telemechanical system, the real-time fault reporting function is to display fault reports in a list in order of time of failure. This simple display is far from sufficient in practical operating situations, in particular in the case of emergency fault handling, and can be problematic in several cases:

1) the power supply equipment in the traction substation is tripped out in a short circuit mode, lines in switching stations and subarea stations on two sides are subjected to voltage loss, fault reports of a plurality of microcomputer protection measurement and control devices are simultaneously sent to the telemechanical system, the telemechanical system pops up a list to display a large amount of fault report contents, a dispatcher needs to read each fault report one by one, and key information is difficult to find quickly as follows: the fault position kilometer post, whether reclosing is successful, etc. cause interference to analysis and command work.

2) The power supply equipment needs to be maintained regularly, when the power supply equipment of a certain station is debugged or maintained locally, data acquired by the microcomputer protection measurement and control device frequently exceed a threshold value to generate a large number of fault reports, and at the moment, key fault reports generated by other stations are submerged to the back and cannot be seen by a dispatcher timely.

Disclosure of Invention

In order to solve the technical problem, the invention provides a fault report display method and computer equipment, which can improve the real-time performance and effectiveness of a key fault report.

In order to achieve the object of the present invention, the present invention provides a fault report display method, including:

a message list is provided with a top area, the top area comprises more than two sub-areas, the sub-areas are arranged according to priority, and the sub-area with the highest priority is positioned at the top end of the top area;

and after receiving the fault report, comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the topping area, and if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area of the current fault report is in the topping area according to the content of the current fault report.

Further, the comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the set-top area, and if the time difference is smaller than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area of the current fault report is in the set-top area according to the content of the current fault report includes:

and calculating the time difference between the report time of the current fault report and the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area the current fault report is in the top setting area according to whether the current fault report contains preset keywords, and if the time difference is more than the preset effective time, moving all fault reports in the top setting area into a common area and simultaneously moving the current fault report into the top setting area.

Further, the method further comprises:

calculating the time difference between the report time of the current fault report and the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, if the time difference is less than zero, comparing the absolute value of the time difference with the preset effective time, if the absolute value of the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area the current fault report is in the top setting area according to whether the current fault report contains preset keywords, and if the absolute value of the time difference is more than the preset effective time, moving the current fault report into a common area.

Further, the determining which sub-area is in the set-top area according to whether the current fault report contains the preset keyword includes:

judging whether the content of the current fault report has a preset keyword, if so, moving the current fault report into a sub-area of a top area corresponding to the level of the preset keyword according to the level of the preset keyword; and if not, moving the current fault report into a subzone with the lowest priority in the top zone.

Further, the message list comprises a plurality of sub-lists, each sub-list is provided with a top area, and the top area comprises more than two sub-areas;

the method further comprises the following steps: after receiving the fault report, before comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the topping area, judging which sub-list the current fault report belongs to according to the type of the station to which the current fault report belongs.

To achieve the object of the present invention, the present invention further provides a computer device including a memory, a processor, and a computer program stored on the memory and executable on the processor, the processor implementing the following steps when executing the program:

and after receiving the fault report, comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, and if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area of the current fault report is in the top setting area according to the content of the current fault report, wherein the top setting area comprises more than two sub-areas which are arranged according to priority, and the sub-area with the highest priority is positioned at the top end of the top setting area.

Further, the processor implements the steps of, when executing the program: comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the topping area, and if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area of the current fault report is in the topping area according to the content of the current fault report, wherein the sub-area is defined as follows:

the processor implements the following steps when executing the program: and calculating the time difference between the report time of the current fault report and the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area the current fault report is in the top setting area according to whether the current fault report contains preset keywords, and if the time difference is more than the preset effective time, moving all fault reports in the top setting area into a common area and simultaneously moving the current fault report into the top setting area.

Further, the processor executes the program to further implement the following steps: calculating the time difference between the report time of the current fault report and the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, if the time difference is less than zero, comparing the absolute value of the time difference with the preset effective time, if the absolute value of the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area the current fault report is in the top setting area according to whether the current fault report contains preset keywords, and if the absolute value of the time difference is more than the preset effective time, moving the current fault report into a common area.

Further, the processor implements the steps of, when executing the program: the determining which sub-area is in the set-top area according to whether the current fault report contains the preset keyword or not means that:

the processor implements the following steps when executing the program: judging whether the content of the current fault report has a preset keyword, if so, moving the current fault report into a sub-area of a top area corresponding to the level of the preset keyword according to the level of the preset keyword; and if not, moving the current fault report into a subzone with the lowest priority in the top zone.

Further, when the processor executes the program, before comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the set-top zone after receiving the fault report, the following steps are further implemented: and judging which sub-list the current fault report belongs to in the message list according to the type of the station to which the current fault report belongs, wherein each sub-list is provided with a top setting area.

In the prior art, a plurality of fault reports are generated simultaneously, a dispatcher needs to read each fault report one by one, so that key information is difficult to find quickly, and the time for processing faults of a railway power system is delayed; and when the railway power system is debugged or maintained, useful key fault reports are submerged by frequently generated fault reports, and a dispatcher cannot see the fault reports in time.

Compared with the existing real-time fault report display method, the embodiment of the invention introduces the concept of top-setting grading in the real-time fault report function of the telemechanical system. And the real-time fault reports are displayed in a grading way according to the content of the fault reports, so that the key fault reports are highlighted. And displaying each level of fault reports in the corresponding sub-area of the top setting area, and when judging that the fault reports in the top setting area exceed the effective time limit, cancelling the top setting and displaying in the common area. Meanwhile, the top area and the effective time limit are utilized to ensure that the latest key fault report is always displayed on the top of the list, and the normal display of other new non-key fault reports can not be inhibited, so that the man-machine interaction is more intelligent and efficient, the speed of analyzing and commanding the faults of the power system by a dispatcher is accelerated, and the real-time performance and the effectiveness of the key fault report are improved.

Additional features and advantages of the invention will be set forth in the description which follows, and in part will be obvious from the description, or may be learned by practice of the invention. The objectives and other advantages of the invention will be realized and attained by the structure particularly pointed out in the written description and claims hereof as well as the appended drawings.

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FIG. 1 is a flow chart of an embodiment of the present invention;

fig. 2 is a schematic structural diagram of a second embodiment of the present invention.

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In order to make the objects, technical solutions and advantages of the present invention more apparent, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings. It should be noted that the embodiments and features of the embodiments in the present application may be arbitrarily combined with each other without conflict.

The steps illustrated in the flow charts of the figures may be performed in a computer system such as a set of computer-executable instructions. Also, while a logical order is shown in the flow diagrams, in some cases, the steps shown or described may be performed in an order different than here.

Example one

The present embodiment describes a fault report display method, as shown in fig. 1, including:

step 1, a message list is provided with a top area, the top area comprises more than two sub-areas, the sub-areas are arranged according to priority, and the sub-area with the highest priority is positioned at the top end of the top area;

there are various ways to distinguish the sub-regions, such as by font color or fill color, etc., and they can also be distinguished by other markers.

Step 2, receiving a fault report;

and 3, comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the topping area, and determining which sub-area of the current fault report is in the topping area according to the content of the current fault report if the time difference is less than the preset effective time.

And the multi-stage topping is realized by dividing the topping area into a plurality of sub-areas. In addition, the real-time fault report is displayed according to the key degree sub-area of the content, so that the key fault report is highlighted, and the speed of analyzing and commanding and processing the power system fault by a dispatcher can be increased. By utilizing multi-level set-top and effective time limit, the latest key fault report is ensured to be always positioned at an obvious position, so that the man-machine interaction is more intelligent and efficient.

An alternative embodiment: comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the topping area, and if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining the position of the current fault report in the topping area according to the content of the current fault report, including:

and calculating the time difference between the report time of the current fault report and the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area the current fault report is in the top setting area according to whether the current fault report contains preset keywords, and if the time difference is more than the preset effective time, moving all fault reports in the top setting area into a common area and simultaneously moving the current fault report into the top setting area.

Another alternative embodiment: the method further comprises the following steps: calculating the time difference between the report time of the current fault report and the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, if the time difference is less than zero, comparing the absolute value of the time difference with the preset effective time, if the absolute value of the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area the current fault report is in the top setting area according to whether the current fault report contains preset keywords, and if the absolute value of the time difference is more than the preset effective time, moving the current fault report into a common area.

Since the substation may not report the fault report in time due to cache or other reasons after generating the fault report, a situation may occur in which the report time of the fault report reported later is earlier than the report time of the latest fault report in the vertex-setting area. To cope with this situation, this alternative is designed.

The preset effective time may be, for example, [2,5] minutes.

In the above alternative, the determination of which sub-area is in the set top area according to whether the current fault report contains the preset keyword may be implemented in the following manner:

judging whether the content of the current fault report has a preset keyword, if so, moving the current fault report into a sub-area of a top area corresponding to the level of the preset keyword according to the level of the preset keyword; and if not, moving the current fault report into a subzone with the lowest priority in the top zone.

N +1 sub-regions (n is an integer greater than or equal to 1) can be arranged in the top region, the n +1 sub-regions correspond to n keywords, the priority of the sub-regions is the same as that of the keywords, the priority of the last sub-region is the lowest, and no corresponding keyword exists. This last subregion ensures that the normal display of new non-critical fault reports is not suppressed.

Another alternative embodiment: the message list comprises a plurality of sub-lists, each sub-list is provided with a top setting area, and the top setting area comprises more than two sub-areas;

the method further comprises the following steps: after receiving the fault report, before comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the topping area, judging which sub-list the current fault report belongs to according to the type of the station to which the current fault report belongs.

By setting a plurality of sub-lists, each list is provided with an independent top placement area, the real-time fault reports are displayed in a sub-list mode according to the types of the stations, and on the premise that all the fault reports are normally displayed when the real-time fault reports are confirmed, the display of the key fault reports is optimized to the greatest extent, so that a dispatcher can find the latest key fault reports more accurately and more efficiently.

Example two

The present embodiment provides a computer device, as shown in fig. 2, including a memory, a processor, and a computer program stored in the memory and executable on the processor, where the processor executes the computer program to implement the steps described in the first embodiment, and the description in the first embodiment is also applicable to this embodiment. The steps implemented when the processor executes the program specifically include:

and after receiving the fault report, comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, and if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area of the current fault report is in the top setting area according to the content of the current fault report, wherein the top setting area comprises more than two sub-areas which are arranged according to the priority, and the sub-area with the highest priority is positioned at the top end of the top setting area.

An alternative embodiment: the processor implements the steps of, when executing the program: comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the topping area, and if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area of the current fault report is in the topping area according to the content of the current fault report, wherein the sub-area is defined as follows:

the processor implements the following steps when executing the program: and calculating the time difference between the report time of the current fault report and the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area the current fault report is in the top setting area according to whether the current fault report contains preset keywords, and if the time difference is more than the preset effective time, moving all fault reports in the top setting area into a common area and simultaneously moving the current fault report into the top setting area.

An alternative embodiment: the processor, when executing the program, further implements the steps of: calculating the time difference between the report time of the current fault report and the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, if the time difference is less than zero, comparing the absolute value of the time difference with the preset effective time, if the absolute value of the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area the current fault report is in the top setting area according to whether the current fault report contains preset keywords, and if the absolute value of the time difference is more than the preset effective time, moving the current fault report into a common area.

An alternative embodiment: the processor implements the steps of, when executing the program: the determining which sub-area is in the set-top area according to whether the current fault report contains the preset keyword or not means that:

the processor implements the following steps when executing the program: judging whether the content of the current fault report has a preset keyword, if so, moving the current fault report into a sub-area of a top area corresponding to the level of the preset keyword according to the level of the preset keyword; and if not, moving the current fault report into a subzone with the lowest priority in the top zone.

An alternative embodiment: when the processor executes the program, after receiving the fault report, before comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the set-top area, the following steps are further implemented: and judging which sub-list the current fault report belongs to in the message list according to the type of the station to which the current fault report belongs, wherein each sub-list is provided with a top setting area.

Application example

The method of the above embodiment is explained by an application example.

In this embodiment, as shown in table 1, the keywords as the basis for ranking the real-time fault reports include: kilometer marking, reclosing failure and reclosing success. The keywords in the example are mainly suitable for the railway telecontrol system and can be freely set according to actual conditions. Because 3 keywords are set, 3+ 1-4 sub-areas are set in the top setting area, namely the top setting area is divided into four levels. The sub-regions are distinguished in this example by the fault report font color, with the fault report content in the highest priority sub-region being red, the fault report content in the second highest priority sub-region being yellow, the fault report content in the third highest priority sub-region being blue, and the fault report content in the lowest priority sub-region being green, as shown in table 1. In other examples, the fault report content may be differentiated by other colors, and the same color scheme is not excluded, for example, the real-time fault report content is displayed by levels as: red, green and blue.

TABLE 1

In this embodiment, in addition to all the fault report lists, three sub-lists are set according to the station type, and are respectively displayed: the method comprises the steps of traction substation fault reporting, substation switching station AT station fault reporting and distribution station fault reporting, wherein each list independently manages a set-top area. The multi-list display helps the dispatcher to confirm the fault station at the highest speed, so that the dispatcher can find the most critical fault report more accurately and more efficiently.

The effective time period for real-time fault reporting is set to 2-5 minutes, which is determined according to the characteristic that fault reporting of the railway telecontrol system does not generally continue to be generated in large quantities in a short time. The time limit can be freely set according to actual conditions. The effective time limit is set, so that a plurality of fault reports of a certain fault can be uniformly and completely displayed in the top area, and the fault reports generated by a plurality of faults can be effectively separated, so that the man-machine interaction is more intelligent and efficient. In the present embodiment, the validity period of the real-time fault report is set to 5 minutes.

After receiving the real-time fault report, calculating the difference between the report time (namely the fault time) and the report time of the latest fault report in the topping area, and comparing the calculation result with the effective time limit:

if the newly added fault report time is earlier than the latest fault report time in the top setting area and the time difference is greater than the effective time limit, directly placing the newly added fault report into a common area for display, and if the time difference is less than the effective time limit, placing the newly added fault report into a corresponding top setting sub-area for display according to whether the newly added fault report contains keywords and the level of the keywords contained in the newly added fault report;

and if the time difference is less than the effective time limit, the newly added fault report is displayed in the corresponding top sub-area according to whether the newly added fault report contains the keywords and the grade of the contained keywords.

The fault reports in each top sub-area are displayed in the order of the fault time from new to old, and the fault reports in the top sub-area can be distinguished from the fault reports in the normal area by thickening the font.

The present example ranks real-time fault reports for the purpose of highlighting critical fault reports, and fault report ranking is also the basic basis for the set-top zoning.

Although the embodiments of the present invention have been described above, the above description is only for the convenience of understanding the present invention, and is not intended to limit the present invention. It will be understood by those skilled in the art that various changes in form and details may be made therein without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as defined by the appended claims.

It will be understood by those of ordinary skill in the art that all or some of the steps of the methods, systems, functional modules/units in the devices disclosed above may be implemented as software, firmware, hardware, and suitable combinations thereof. In a hardware implementation, the division between functional modules/units mentioned in the above description does not necessarily correspond to the division of physical units; for example, one physical component may have multiple functions, or one function or step may be performed by several physical components in cooperation. Some or all of the components may be implemented as software executed by a processor, such as a digital signal processor or microprocessor, or as hardware, or as an integrated circuit, such as an application specific integrated circuit. Such software may be distributed on computer readable media, which may include computer storage media (or non-transitory media) and communication media (or transitory media). The term computer storage media includes volatile and nonvolatile, removable and non-removable media implemented in any method or technology for storage of information such as computer readable instructions, data structures, program modules or other data, as is well known to those of ordinary skill in the art. Computer storage media includes, but is not limited to, RAM, ROM, EEPROM, flash memory or other memory technology, CD-ROM, Digital Versatile Disks (DVD) or other optical disk storage, magnetic cassettes, magnetic tape, magnetic disk storage or other magnetic storage devices, or any other medium which can be used to store the desired information and which can accessed by a computer. In addition, communication media typically embodies computer readable instructions, data structures, program modules or other data in a modulated data signal such as a carrier wave or other transport mechanism and includes any information delivery media as known to those skilled in the art.

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1. A fault report display method, comprising:
a message list is provided with a top area, the top area comprises more than two sub-areas, the sub-areas are arranged according to priority, and the sub-area with the highest priority is positioned at the top end of the top area;
and after receiving the fault report, comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the topping area, and if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area of the current fault report is in the topping area according to the content of the current fault report.
2. The method of claim 1,
comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the topping area, and if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area of the current fault report is in the topping area according to the content of the current fault report, including:
and calculating the time difference between the report time of the current fault report and the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area the current fault report is in the top setting area according to whether the current fault report contains preset keywords, and if the time difference is more than the preset effective time, moving all fault reports in the top setting area into a common area and simultaneously moving the current fault report into the top setting area.
3. The method of claim 2, further comprising:
calculating the time difference between the report time of the current fault report and the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, if the time difference is less than zero, comparing the absolute value of the time difference with the preset effective time, if the absolute value of the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area the current fault report is in the top setting area according to whether the current fault report contains preset keywords, and if the absolute value of the time difference is more than the preset effective time, moving the current fault report into a common area.
4. The method according to claim 2 or 3,
the determining which sub-area is in the set-top area according to whether the current fault report contains the preset keyword includes:
judging whether the content of the current fault report has a preset keyword, if so, moving the current fault report into a sub-area of a top area corresponding to the level of the preset keyword according to the level of the preset keyword; and if not, moving the current fault report into a subzone with the lowest priority in the top zone.
5. The method of claim 1,
the message list comprises a plurality of sub-lists, each sub-list is provided with a top setting area, and the top setting area comprises more than two sub-areas;
the method further comprises the following steps: after receiving the fault report, before comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the topping area, judging which sub-list the current fault report belongs to according to the type of the station to which the current fault report belongs.
6. A computer device comprising a memory, a processor and a computer program stored on the memory and executable on the processor, wherein the processor when executing the program performs the steps of:
and after receiving the fault report, comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, and if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area of the current fault report is in the top setting area according to the content of the current fault report, wherein the top setting area comprises more than two sub-areas which are arranged according to priority, and the sub-area with the highest priority is positioned at the top end of the top setting area.
7. The computer device of claim 6,
the processor implements the steps of, when executing the program: comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the topping area, and if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area of the current fault report is in the topping area according to the content of the current fault report, wherein the sub-area is defined as follows:
the processor implements the following steps when executing the program: and calculating the time difference between the report time of the current fault report and the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, if the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area the current fault report is in the top setting area according to whether the current fault report contains preset keywords, and if the time difference is more than the preset effective time, moving all fault reports in the top setting area into a common area and simultaneously moving the current fault report into the top setting area.
8. The computer device of claim 7,
the processor, when executing the program, further implements the steps of: calculating the time difference between the report time of the current fault report and the report time of the latest fault report in the top setting area, if the time difference is less than zero, comparing the absolute value of the time difference with the preset effective time, if the absolute value of the time difference is less than the preset effective time, determining which sub-area the current fault report is in the top setting area according to whether the current fault report contains preset keywords, and if the absolute value of the time difference is more than the preset effective time, moving the current fault report into a common area.
9. The computer device of claim 7 or 8,
the processor implements the steps of, when executing the program: the determining which sub-area is in the set-top area according to whether the current fault report contains the preset keyword or not means that:
the processor implements the following steps when executing the program: judging whether the content of the current fault report has a preset keyword, if so, moving the current fault report into a sub-area of a top area corresponding to the level of the preset keyword according to the level of the preset keyword; and if not, moving the current fault report into a subzone with the lowest priority in the top zone.
10. The computer device of claim 6,
when the processor executes the program, after receiving the fault report, before comparing the report time of the current fault report with the report time of the latest fault report in the set-top area, the following steps are further implemented: and judging which sub-list the current fault report belongs to in the message list according to the type of the station to which the current fault report belongs, wherein each sub-list is provided with a top setting area.
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