Replicate the Pi Table functionality previously available in Pi WebParts
The Pi Table Web Part provided the ability to easily create powerful displays that included Pi Data and relational in a single Element Relative display. For example, you could create a view of an asset's current status, and combine that with defects and work orders.
Jason Gogal commented
Having the ability to show tabular data similar to the PSE Time Series Data function would be very helpful.
Frédéric Boisvert commented
I need to display data from an SQL table with PI-AF. it should also be possible to display several attributes in columns.
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.
PIClub Developer commented
Yeah, I agree this would be awesome.
Cameron Lee commented
Having the ability to show process or time series data with records or events data means that we can have a one stop shop for dashboarding. This is especially so if we can use an AF hierarchy to drive the display content.
For example, if we wanted to show unit downtime with workorders with current plant status it makes the visualization very rich and gives us a one stop shop for managing a lot of our content.
Mark Goepel commented
Additionally, the ability to colour table fields, on multistate, just like the P I Web Parts would enable us to throw away our Process Books in dashboards which requires too much maintenance overhead these days...