A quick video on how to reduce the Rockwell Studio 5000 file size (ACD).

Over the course of the development, you will notice that the Rockwell Studio 5000 file (ACD) starts to increase slowly. Even if you start removing some logic, you wil notice that the file remains the same of increase. This is due to “residual” binary allocation that was called for during development and even after removing the logic these allocation still remains in the Rockwell Studio 5000 file (ACD). By issuing the compact command you are basically getting rid of the allocation that is not used anywhere in the program… essentially “defragmenting” you Rockwell Studio 5000 file (ACD).

I hope this quick tutorial will aid you in your profession.

Happy programming!!!