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  1. View PI Adapter log files via REST calls

    We would like to be able to see the adapter log files via REST calls. Going to the machine itself to view is problematic because of remoting into the router and then going into the container to view. I think in a lot of containerized situations a REST call access would be better.

    8 votes

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  2. PI Adapter for SNMP

    Write a PI Adapter that supports the SNMP protocol and is capable of writing data to EDS, PI, and OCS.

    6 votes

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  3. PI Adapter for MQTT

    Create a PI Adapter that supports the MQTT messaging protocol and is capable of writing data to EDS, PI, and OCS.

    16 votes

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  4. PI Interface DNP3 - unsolicited data listen only mode of operation requested

    Is there an option in DNP3 driver (In fact at TCP level) to make it listen on a certain (usually 20000 for DNP3)? In era of IoT devices, most devices are sleeping devices, they wake up usually once a day and push data to DNP3 Master (PI), however DNP3 PI collector doesn't support this model. As an enduser I would like to utilize this mode of operation at our plant. FYI, there are other products e.g. Citect SCADA and ClearSCADA use two separate ports for Inbound and outbound DNP3 traffic to use the both modes simultaneously.

    4 votes

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    This item has been moved from the PI Interfaces forum to the PI Adapters forum as we will be focusing on the PI Adapter for DNP3 for future feature enhancements.

    We would like to learn more about the different scenarios in which this specific retrieval of unsolicited data is needed. Please continue to share your comments below.

  5. Add another Archive Mode option for the PI Interface for UFL

    There should be a way to configure the PI UFL interface to both discard duplicate events (same value at the same timestamp) and record multiple unique values for the same timestamp when these events come from multiple data files.

    For example, if multiple data files contain the following entries:

    (Timestamp)  (Value)
    11:00:00      ABC
    11:00:00      ABC
    11:00:00      XYZ

    The following data should be archived:

    (Timestamp) (Value)
    11:00:00 ABC
    11:00:00 XYZ

    8 votes

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    This feedback item has been moved from the PI Interfaces forum to the PI Adapters forum.

    We are continuing to support PI Interface for UFL with stability and security releases. However, for feature enhancements, we are starting to develop PI Adapter for Structured Data Files. We would like to hear more about your use cases for this functionality, so please share with us in the comments.

  6. PI Adapter for AspenTech IP21

    We have customers who are using AspenTech IP 21 and would like to have data replicated in both PI DataArchive and OCS in the future. Since the PI Interface is a bit outdated, a new PI Adapter would make perfect sense (since there is already a PI Connector for WonderWare and Honeywell PHD). The PI Adapter shall support both PI and OCS.

    19 votes

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  7. Support Alarms and Conditions

    Please provide additional information on how we can support Alarms and Conditions (Alarms and Events). In order to get a better understanding of what is needed on our side, we need plenty of information to help build a comprehensive and informative use case. Please comment with the following of information:
    o What is your primary use case for collecting A&C data?
    o How do you collect A&C data today?
    o How is their A&C data stored in PI?
    o What sort of alarm data do you have? I.e. instantaneous alarms, acknowledgements, alarms with a start and stop time?
    o What…

    82 votes

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    This feedback item has been moved from the PI Connectors forum to the PI Adapters forum.

    We are continuing to support the PI Connector for OPC UA with stability and security releases. However, for feature enhancements, we are considering them for the PI Adapter for OPC UA. We would like to hear more about your use cases for this functionality, so please share with us in the comments.

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