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- September 19, 2018 at 3:45 pm #3306Jim ManleyModeratorKarma: 262Rank: Jedi
Any FT Historian SE admins or users on the forum?September 20, 2018 at 7:23 pm #3309PLCGuruKeymaster
Any particular issues your having? Maybe focusing your question a little more will yield a better response!
FredSeptember 21, 2018 at 10:51 am #3316Jim ManleyModeratorKarma: 262Rank: Jedi
I was looking for some help with an issue I was having with Historian. I ended up calling Rockwell Tech support. After an hour on the phone, we came to the conclusion that a feature of Historian that’s supposed to launch Excel wasn’t working with Historian v5.01 and MS Excel 2016 for Office 365. It’s not a major issue since you can launch Excel separately and do all the same data manipulation using the PI Builder tool bar in Excel.
It would be nice to know if there are other Historian users on the forums since I’m going to be making major use of the tool and documentation on how to do things with Historian in not abundant on either the interwebs or Rockwell’s site.September 22, 2018 at 12:54 pm #3317PLCGuruKeymaster
Sorry Jim I’ve not used Historian personally. Generally, for any large scale data acquisition I’ve leaned to Ignition or developing my own with a SQL Server back-end…sound like you’re going to become our Historian expert here on PLCGurus.NET!
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