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    30 comments  ·  PI Connectors » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    We understand and acknowledge the importance of this request. We are evaluating how to provide a homogeneous and unified experience for health information across all our connectors.

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    PLANNED  ·  Ray Verhoeff responded

    We have received a lot of feedback on this. We are looking at on-line help with better samples of queries and responses. We are looking at some web frameworks for offering a live “Try It” feature for PI Web API. We are also looking at comprehensive search within the PI Web API help system.

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    Joey Langan commented  · 

    An example of a good API: http://docs.winkapiv2.apiary.io/#reference/device/camera/get-camera

    1. Has a hierarchical navigation (on the left)
    2. It explains what the call is and what the parameters / attributes are
    3. It give an example request in a lot of different ways: RAW (http), cURL, JAVA, javascript, node.js, Perl, Phyton, PHP, Ruby, Go, C#, VB, Groovy, Objective-C, Swift
    4. It gives an example response
    5. It allows you to run your a query against a simulated set of data
    6. exportable (prefer to pdf for offline reading, but to a standard APIB or swagger is ok)

    Maybe the included swagger export will help - but that is another tool/client I need to now install learn - if you look at the link above - it almost includes all of my requirements already.

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    2 comments  ·  PI Server » Data Archive  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Could you please provide more details and examples of what you want to do? The Archive Subsystem already manages the files in memory, and in the file system cache. So, what are your specific situations where you see inefficient memory usage today?

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    Joey Langan commented  · 

    I'd like to add something here. I'd like to see where I could force certain archives into memory. While I agree that the archive ss does manage the memory along with the file system cache, there is no way to override it given the use of the system. Ideally, a certain portion of memory would be reserved to say keep the last x days archives in memory. But right now, that is not forced. So if I have users doing very large searches, they end up dumping some of the last x days out of memory. I should be able to pick archives that are memory resident depending upon what my users are doing (e.g. I always want to make sure that the last x days are loaded into memory so that my analysis server and users have the quickest response, or maybe a user is doing a study over a time period and wants those in memory during pull of the analysis). Currently there is no way to force the caching based upon business requirements.

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