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Getting "no overload for method" or "Invalid Arguments" error while using RecordedValues

Question asked by @gvsrinath on Sep 11, 2015
Latest reply on Sep 11, 2015 by dng

oPIPointListAlarms = oServer.GetPoints("pointsource = '" + strPIPointsource + "'and Tag = '"+ strPITagmask+"'");

NamedValues namedValues = new NamedValues();

oPIdatalist = oPIPointListAlarms.Data.RecordedValues(strTime1, strTime2, BoundaryTypeConstants.btAuto,"", FilteredViewConstants.fvShowFilteredState, namedValues,null);

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