2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 12, 2010 5:00 PM by mhalhead

    Error with PI Webparts 3.0 Treeview

    saurabhk

      Hi,

       

      While accessing the PI TreeView webparts we get the following error:

       

      "DB_TEST: Failed to get elements:[AF Server] Unable to load OSIsoft.AFSqlService assembly. Likely reason: SQL support for AF not installed."

       

      We tried searching for “afsqlservice_1.0.0.11_v2.exe” installer for PI SQL for AF server, but could not find it anywhere.

       

      FYI - This is a fresh installation of PI webparts 3.0 on a Windows 2008 server (32bit). We have installed AF server (AFServer_2_1_1_3624 ) on another windows 2008 server machine.

       

      Could you please help us in resolving this error?

        • Re: Error with PI Webparts 3.0 Treeview
          hanyong

          Hi,

           

          I'm guess you got access to PI Webparts 3.0 through our Techsupport team. Because PI Webparts 3.0 is still on limited release, we have not posted the install kits on the vCampus Download Center at the moment. If you got in touch with our Techsupport team and arranged for the downloads with them, I would suggest that you contact them again for access to PI SQL for AF Server install kit as well.

           

          Because the TreeView Webpart in PI Webparts 3.0 gets the information from AF via PI SQL for AF Server, it is a necessary component and you should have access to it together with PI Webparts 3.0.

           

           

          • Re: Error with PI Webparts 3.0 Treeview
            mhalhead

            Hi,

             

            As Han pointed out this look like the PI WB 3 version. The afsqlservice you referred to is part of the PI OLE DB Enterprise provider; don't confuse this with the PI OLE DB provider. The enterprise version provides access to AF. As a note this OLE DB provider is currently only available as a pre-release version on vCampus (i.e. not for production) and does not work with the 2010 versions of PI & AF, as far as I'm aware. The final versions will be release in 2010 Q2 according to the engineering plan.