How to get the available PI Servers list (if more than one PI Server is installed on different machines) those are connected with in the network using JDBC.
As far as I'm aware, this is not possible within JDBC. On each machine that has PI software installed, there is a "Known Servers Table" which you can access via the PISDKUtility. This table contains the list of all PI servers known to that machine. However, it is not exposed as a relational table accessible via JDBC. Usually, the KST is managed by a PI admin, who would know all of the available PI servers within the network.
In addition to what Barry said, could you explain us a little bit more on what you are trying to achieve? Knowing this we would be in a better position to give you the right tips.
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