OK, I have used some type of version control software for most of my programming career. This started with SourceSafe (part of .net forever), then moved onto subversion, and now finally onto Git. Each time the change has been with some pain. I am wondering if anyone else is using Git with their dot net projects? I have been using it for a…(Show moreShow less)
Hello, I am also Interested in Git. Git allows and encourages you to have multiple local branches that can be entirely independent of each other. The creation, merging, and deletion of those lines of development takes seconds. Thanks, Anita
My calls to RecordedValues Method (PIData object) do not return the exact results as what I see in the Archive Editor (System Management Tools). It seems to only happen when storing data to millisecond accuracy. I am using an old PI SDK v220.127.116.115, C++, and cannot upgrade at this time.
Estou usando métodos de Stream e StreamSet Para realizar o Insert estou usando essa chama, seguido do JSON com os dados da amostra, esta correto?. //INSERT https://<ServerName>/piwebapi/streams/<webID>/value?updateOption=Insert&bufferOption=BufferIfPossible Para realizar o Delete estou eu usando essa chama, seguindo JSON também, minha…(Show moreShow less)
I'm using ACE to calculate special tags. Sometimes a tag has to be not valid for a while. Like the efficiency of a machine when it is not running. Just replacing it by 0 is not correct if you at a later stage take a average over time. What you need is a validation that does not take those values in account. I would like to write to the "percent…(Show moreShow less)
@sebastien That's a very solid solution indeed but for my users a bit confusing since this would be the only one tag with this type of structure. I have found out this morning that you can write a "questionable=true" for the calculation. In processbook this then brings up blue question marks. I think that's about the best I can get in PI. Thank…
Hello there, I have a Process book (pdi file) with VBA code to calculate some values. I want to know how it was calculated. But there is password there... The author has left our company and password was not recorded anywhere. Is there any method that could remove the password? Thanks a lot in advance.
Hi there, I am catching up with technology here, I am in need of doing SQL queries to a PI database from Python. I found some libraries that were later deprecated and are no longer supported. All I find regarding remote access to a PI server is to do it via http. Is there no way to do a SQL query from python using a generic python odbc client…(Show moreShow less)