Gerhard Matzen

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    Gerhard Matzen commented  · 

    OK. I fixed AF Server and AF Client. I sent a general email out to setup developers to make this change.

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    This is a case of forward/backwards compatibility. It’s typically not possible to account for forward compatibility but as a general rule we provide backwards compatibility when possible. In this scenario, since AF 2017 R2 is newer than Data Archive 2012, you should first install Data Archive 2012 first, then install AF 2017 R2 and the backwards compatibility built into the upgrade process would take care of the PI Network Subsystem dependency.

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    Gerhard Matzen commented  · 

    I'm actually not sure what problem you are trying to solve. Certainly there are quirks with installing a newer AF Server with an old PI Data Archive. Why are you bringing up PI Data Archive 2012 in the first place? Why not use PI Data Archive 2016 R2, largely considered the most stable version.

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