Table: Archived Values
Provide a symbol in PI Vision which displays the timestamp and archive values of a data item in a table based on the display's time range.
Customer Issue: Customer uses PI Vision to monitor the most recent 100 seconds of data on their production line, which updates every 10 seconds. The process engineers want to be able to see the previous 10 measurements collected. The values on the display need to be clearly visible from a distance and able to display the desired information without interaction. This can currently be done with ProcessBook or DataLink, but a thin client is preferred for these machines near the production line which have minimal software installed.
At this time, this item is not currently scheduled for a release of PI Vision. If this changes, this item will be updated to reflect the current status.
Another very old idea that is still relevant. With today's functionality, it would also be useful to have the popup / ad-hoc display allow swapping from trend to archived values to histogram. But a control that allows showing the values is important.
Another one to add to this list for this.
A table of hourly data readings/averages for a day in a table for a number of measurement points.
Sorry for pulling at this old thread but its still relevant for me. @Cédric Canguilhem I would see your post on PI Square and understand the implementation details of the Archive Data Table screenshot you shared.
Dan Fishman commented
One of the main reasons I use Processbook is because of the details windows. This feature would be a great addition to PI Vision.
This is one of the primary hindrances to our complete adoption of Pi vision and removal of Processbook.
Shane Cessna commented
Being able to show a table with an analysis broken down by various times would be super useful.
I agree with Bryan1. It seem it should be a standard built in symbol or control. It's a historian so being able to view archived values in multiple ways seems an obvious use case.
This is sadly missing in PIVision, and is the reason Processbook is still being used with the View->Details pane open for trend data.
Hans Jernberg commented
This would be an great idea.
Cédric Canguilhem commented
I've created a custom symbol based on the Github one, with styling options like the table core symbol, and other features for headers and border (see file attached).
If someone is interested, I'll create a post on PI Square and share the implementation details.
It's disappointing that this is no longer scheduled. This would be a nice feature to have in PI Vision especially for manually entered data points or data points that aren't saved real frequent.
When will the function be released?
Compressed data table in PI Vision to see archived data and annotations in a given time span.
kevin kwan commented
Table of values. We have alarm tags for each unit. It would be nice to show like the last 10 alarm on the unit.
Matt Voll commented
This sort of sounds like the custom object from GitHub; Advanced Time Series Data Table. It would be nice if this object was made a more official symbol with other improvements somewhat mentioned here, like customizing the look and feel of the table
Kenneth Barber commented
What does that even mean?
Bob McIntyre commented
I need a way to compare lab tag results to the corresponding reading from a probe tag. In DataLink it is easy. Pull Compressed values for the lab tag, then pull Timed values for the probe tag. I need this functionality in PI Vision and/or ProcessBook. Anything that can be done to improve the reporting capabilities of these tools since it appears like OSIsoft is taking away our other reporting options.
Bob McIntyre commented
I need the ability to show a table of archive values on a PI Vision display. I have operator comments tags with text comments entered at various times. I need a table to show all archive entries for one of these tags for the time range of the display. Is this possible? Has it already been requested? Thank you!
Daniele Farris commented
Compressed data table in PI Vision to see archived data in a given time span.