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Howto build an unsigned int 32 data type

Question asked by martin.klauck on Jan 21, 2016
Latest reply on Jan 23, 2016 by Roger Palmen



I want to store an unsigned int 32 in PI/AF. What I tried and party worked was to setup AF with type Int64, the PI Point with Int32 and my service (c++) will take the unsigned int and pass it to the PI SDK.

Unfortunate this does not work when the highest bit is set and PI throws an exception.


Would it be possible to have 2 int 32 points that get combined with a formula in AF? But this would increase as well the point count for my solution.

Does anyone has a better idea?

Could a blob in PI be converted to int 64 in AF?