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    James Dryden commented  · 

    Good news, this is possible already in PI Vision if you are viewing this data using an AF Element!

    If you create "limit" attribute traits under the attribute representing your Tank Level, you can use PI Point data references to get the value of the limit from that PI Point. You can find more info on attribute traits here:
    https://docs.osisoft.com/bundle/pi-server/page/attribute-traits.html

    When you add multi-states to a PI Vision symbol for an attribute that has limit traits, the multi-state limits shown in PI Vision will automatically use the values of those limit traits. The limits are evaluated in real time with the data, so if the underlying PI Point for the limit gets a new value, it will be reflected in the PI Vision multi-state on the next update.

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    In PI Vision 2020, we added trace options for data markers which show the archive values with the markers. Dropping a cursor at the timestamp of an archived value will show that archived value.

    Does this meet the requirements for this feedback request?

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    James Dryden commented  · 

    This is currently possible by making changes to the Configuration database on the PI AF Server. By creating string-type Attributes at these locations, you can set the timestamp format:

    Configuration\OSIsoft\PIANO|TimeFormat
    Configuration\OSIsoft\PIANO\Notifications\Service|TimeFormat

    For example, the following format strings will result in timestamps that look like this:

    Example time used: 07-Apr-2016 15:45:00
    MM/dd/yy hh:mm:ss tt --> 04/07/17 03:45:00 PM
    dd-MM-yyyy HH:mm:ss --> 07-04-2017 15:45:00

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