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Is there a way to get interpolated values that properly apply UOM factors from AFElements/AFAttributes?

Question asked by Ahlywog on Apr 21, 2017
Latest reply on Apr 24, 2017 by dmoler

I'm currently using attribute.Data.InterpolatedValues() to retrieve pipoint data over a given period of time.  The problem is it doesn't seem to be applying the UOM factor described in the element attribute.

 

An example:

 

I have a rain gage that measure rain fall in "tips."  One "tip" is 0.1 inches of rainfall.  I have an element with two attributes that are mapped to that rainfall pinpoint.  One relays the raw data.  The other applies the 0.1 factor for inches of rain.  When using attribute.Data.InterpolatedValues() for both attributes I just get the raw value for both and not the factored value for the "inches of rain" attribute.

 

So, my question is:  Is there a way to get interpolated values over a given time range with the UOM factor properly applied?

 

Thank you for your time.

 

V/r

 

Steven

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