Administrators would like to have a way to know how often a display is used, and by how many users on a display management page.214 votes
In PI Vision 2020, there is a new report related to how often users access a display and who has accessed it in a given time period.
For additional information on PI Vision 2020, please see the release announcement here:
Be able to copy displays between different Coresight systems. One example might be a dev --> test --> prod scenario. The migration needs to include the reassigning of data items to a new PI-AF server and/or PI Server.
But there are other cases where you want to reuse a display that's already been created but it's in a different Coresight system.
Note: This was previously Enhancement 64766.107 votes
The PI Vision Display Utility was released with PI Vision 2017 and allows PI Vision administrators to move displays between PI Vision servers and update data items on displays to facilitate migration between development, test and production environments.
Enhance the Display Management section of the administration page to support bulk and multi-select operations to reassign, delete, "make public" and "make private" displays for any display in the system.
As a PI Coresight administrator, I want to be able to efficiently reassign, make private or delete my site's Coresight displays.
Workaround: The Home page can be used to administer a single display at a time.70 votes
The PI Vision Display Utility, which is installed with PI Vision, handles bulk display management, allowing for bulk reassigning, deleting, and sharing of displays.
Starting in PI Vision 2019, the PI Vision db version is shown on the Overview page under “Version Information”.
Is there a way to add math or formulas into Vision?7 votes
In PI Vision 2020, we added a calculations feature that allow you to use PI tags in formulas.
From the security booth at PI World Barcelona (4 people asked):
As an IT systems manager, I need to easily configure PI Vision for access from the public internet so that I’m confident in its security and scalability3 votes
PI Vision is an IIS hosted web application, so there are standard methods of exposing it to the Internet. We have procedure to achieve this in a knowledge article here:
Customer has many more users appearing in the display management To list than the from list. He is wondering why being or having been a display owner at some is sufficient to remain in this list. Could there be a means to delete unneeded users from this "To" list?3 votes
You can use “User Settings” on the admin portal to remove a user from the drop-down list by clearing its settings. Please check out the functionality and let us know what you think. Thank you for your feedback!
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The default account used for the Crawler service to index the allowed service might not have the correct permissions to create the index. If this occurs, the PI Coresight Admin needs to open the Services applet and change the password and restart the service. Specifying an appropriately privileged user account during installation mitigates this problem.
Note: This was previously Enhancement 113344.2 votes
This feature is already implemented in PI Web API.
As an admin, I should be allowed to remove displays that other people created. I currently don't have that ability.1 vote
If you are in the PI Vision Admins group, you will have permissions to delete any display. This can be done on the PI Vision home page by clicking on the gear icon to open the Display Settings dialog and choosing ‘Delete display’. If you’d like to delete displays in bulk, the PI Vision Display Utility can be used for this.
administrator should have access to all displays1 vote
Administrators have access to all displays with the ‘Show private displays’ option on the PI Vision home page. This functionality was introduced in the PI Vision 2017 R2 release.
- Acomodar por carpetas los Displays.
- Elegir que usuario puede ver o editar el display(Permisos de Usuario)
Display organization is already implemented in PI Vision 2017 R2 SP1.
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