Support multiple time ranges for trends on a display
Have the ability to support multiple time ranges for trends on a display. For example a trend might be configured as showing the last 8 hours, another one as the last 7 days, and another one the last month.
PI Vision 2020 introduces new trend configuration options that allow display builders to select whether the trend time range should be based on display time range, duration/offset from display end time, or custom time range.
See a demo of these capabilities on our YouTube learning channel: https://youtu.be/_tjfdGo_WTo
For additional information on PI Vision 2020, please see the release announcement here:
I hope to see this feature in the next release. We're moving to PI Vision and this has already been a question for users who are migrating trends from ProcessBook.
When adding trends and tables, the ability to set trends to different time lengths.
i.e 1 trend showing a trend value over 1hour and another trend able to be set to show a value over say 12 hours, etc etc
Now if we can get the tree view to actually look like the one in PI system explorer!
PEDRO BAPTISTA commented
Good news !!! Finally we will have this wonderfull function.
When the PI Vision 4.0 will be available ?
Brent Bregenzer commented
Same question as Bryan Pope.
Bryan Pope commented
Any chance this is going to be supported in the upcoming PI Vision 2019 release?
Carlos Garcia commented
Trino Croeze commented
When selecting and trending a variable on PI Vision native, it does not have the option to modify the time scale or dates. Please make available similar to ProcessBook derived displays.
I hope that OSIsoft looks to the future and will expand this functionality for every widget. In order to have possibility to analyse the data in the multiple time ranges on the one screen.
Nic Pickering commented
Is there a time frame as to when this new update will be released?
I think it's really good that OSI Soft is developing this suggestion, it will really help out in my line of work!
Yoann Menelet commented
This feature has to come back !
Not being able to display several time range force people to use tricks in AF instead, which isn't good in a "self-service" data visualization tool.
+ This was available in the older version of Coresight.
Vadim Fedorov commented
Would be nice not only lock the time range for the trend, but also set time separately for every widget (including external widgets).
Jim Cooley commented
Can we have the ability to lock the time range on an individual trend please.
This was a great feature in earlier versions of Coresight, and it's a shame it's gone.
Isabelle Lacaille commented
This was also requested by the audience at the Toronto Regional Seminar (specifically bringing back the ability to lock the time on a trend)
Bruce C. McCamant commented
If you even want to fathom Coresight taking a position alongside as an alternative to ProcessBook - this has to be put back.
Chris Yang commented
Functionality to lock in the time range of a trend in Coresight 2016
This was available in Coresight 2015