I doubt on the PItoPI Aps
If we change the tagname and location 1 on source PI sever , then in destination server can this change will automatically edit by pitopi aps or it will create new tag .
Does changing location1 mean that it no longer matches the PI-APS rules? If so, then it will be treated as a "deleted" point and that depends on the rules configured in PI-APS at your site. The tag on the target server might be deleted, have its point source changed, or have scan turned off, depending on the configuration.
If the changed tag still matches the interface for PI-APS, then the target tag should be renamed to match, based on the naming rules in PI-APS.
See also a similar question asked here:
There is a specific setting for the PI to PI APS connector that needs to be set in order to allow tag name changes to the source point. You'll need to enable storing the source point ID in UserInt1 to make sure APS will be able to find the tag when its name changes. Here is screenshot from the APS user manual on page 48.
I would also suggest setting the /ptid parameter for the PI to PI interface to ensure that Userint1 is what the interface uses to find its source tags.
In order to get the destination tag to get the same name, you would need to make sure that the NewTag attribute is one of the synced attributes. This attribute causes the tags name to be changed and should cause the destination tag to update its name as well provided its syncing.
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