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Document created by jkim Employee on Jun 24, 2019
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  • What Authentication method you are using to connect to the PI Web API?
    1. From the main landing page, select the “System” URL
    2. Select the “Configuration” URL
    3. The Property “Authentication Methods” lists the available Authentication Methods
  • What is the Windows account use to connect to the PI Web API?
    1. From the main landing page, select the “System” URL
    2. Select the “UserInfo” URL
    3. The Property “Name” lists the Account being used to connect to the PI Web API
  • What is the version of the PI Web API?
    1. From the main landing page, select the “System” URL
    2. The Property “ProductVersion” lists the version of PI Web API that is installed
  • What is the version of the AF Server?
    1. From the main landing page, select the “AssetServer” URL
    2. Select the “Self” URL from the first AF Server in the list
    3. The Property “ServerVersion” lists the version of the AF Server
  • How many databases are there in the AF Server?
    1. From the main landing page, select the “AssetServer” URL
    2. Select the “Databases” URL from the first AF Server in the list
    3. Count the Databases in the result list.
  • Using the links, navigate through the hierarchy to the \\PIAF\Nugreen\Nugreen\Wichita\Cracking Process\Equipment\P-723|Motor Amps Attribute. What type of Data Reference is it using? What is the current value of the attribute?
    1. From the main landing page, select the “AssetServer” URL
    2. Select the “Databases” URL from the “NuGreen” AF Server in the list
    3. Select the “Elements” URL from the “NuGreen” Database
    4. Select the “Elements” URL from the “NuGreen” Element
    5. Select the “Elements” URL from the “Wichita” Element
    6. Select the “Elements” URL from the “Cracking Process” Element
    7. Select the “Elements” URL from the “Equipment” Element
    8. Select the “Attributes” URL from the “P-723” Element
    9. Find the “Motor Amps” attribute in the result list.
    10. The “DataReferencePlugin” property lists “PI Point” as the Data Reference
    11. Select the “Value” URL to list the current value
  • What is the Server ID of the PI Data Archive?
    1. From the main landing page, select the “DataServer” URL
    2. Select the “Self” URL from the first DataServer in the list
    3. The “Id” property lists the Server’s ID
  • Using the point list link, find the Point ID and WebId of point 'CDT158'
    1. From the main landing page, select the “DataServer” URL
    2. Select the “Points” URL from the first DataServer in the list
    3. Use Ctrl + F to find the ‘CDT158’ point in the Server List
    4. Select the “Self” URL for the ‘CDT158’ point
    5. The “Id” property will list the PointID
    6. The “WebId” property will list the WebId
  • Using the Interpolated data link for CDT158 determine what is the default start time, end time, and time interval for the interpolated data?
    1. From the main landing page, select the “DataServer” URL
    2. Select the “Points” URL from the first DataServer in the list
    3. Use Ctrl + F to find the ‘CDT158’ point in the Server List
    4. Select the “InterpolatedData” Link
      • You can estimate the default start and end times as well as the interval by looking at the data
      • You can select the “GetInterpolated” help section at the top of the page and read the documentation here to find the default start and end times as well as the default interval
    5. The default startTime is ‘* - 1d’, the default endTime is ‘*’, the default interval is ‘1h’

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