3 Replies Latest reply on May 31, 2011 10:21 PM by Gopal

    How to List Element Attributes in Processbook

    mikeloria

      I have an element that has several (15) child elements based on a template. The child elements contain fieldsthat has a lab variable name, lab variable value, lower limit, upper limit, and the status (Low, OK, High). I wish to display the latest values in a tabular form for eacdh element and I was wondering if it was possible to do this as using ERD?

       

      Right now my only option that I am aware of is to create value fields individually for each value (15 * 5 = 75 value fields) I would like to just create a group of 5 and set the element name. Is there anyway to possibly do this or something like this?

       

      Thanks in Adavance

        • Re: How to List Element Attributes in Processbook

          PI OLEDB Enterprise can work and is useful for the above when used w/transpose functions (see examples in the OLEDB Ent. User Manual), and populate a grid or even Excel.

           

           The screen below shows populating a WebPart table:

           

          1781.PIOLEDBwLimits.PNG

            • Re: How to List Element Attributes in Processbook
              dtakara

              Hi Mike,

               

              How about adding 5 value symbols to your ProcessBook display and making each of them exhibit the value of one attribute of the element selected in the "Element Relative Display" pane?

               

              - element "childA" selected:

               

              5734.ERD1.png

               

               

               

              - element "childB" selected:

               

              2086.ERD2.png

               


              For details on how to do this, you may want to check the section "Add Element Relative Data to a Dynamic Symbol" in the PI ProcessBook User Guide, available for download as a pdf file from the vCampus Download Center (under vCampus Library > vCampus PI Products Kit > Client Products > PI ProcessBook) and also accessible as built-in help in ProcessBook by pressing F1.

               

              Please let us know if it is something along these lines that you were thinking of. A set of 5 individual value symbols is not exactly tabular, but it is something that may fit in your use case.