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Not able to see Available Tags

Hi All;

I am new to xMII and am facing a problem.

In Tag Query Details tab during creating a new query template i am not able to see any tags.

I am working with SQL server.

Mudit

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2007 at 07:35 AM

    Hi Mudit ,

    This TagQuery Editor is used to create templates that will access Tag-oriented connectors, such as process historians and Human Machine Interface (HMI) software applications, which typically provide current value, historical (time-series) data values, and statistical summaries of historical data.

    so for ur case tagquery will not work.

    Thanks&regards.

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2007 at 07:40 AM

    Mudit

    If u r working with MSSQL server, then y r u not using SQL Query which is used to create a new Query Template using Available tables configured in SQL Server.

    Regards

    Som

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      Mudit

      What do u mean "enabled with status as 1"?

      Is there not any checkbox in the configuration fields????

      Please can u note down the details of connection of server what u hv defined in the Data Servers under Data Services and reply back to me.

      Check the Connection Status in the Data Services section if the defined server is working.

      Also Assign the role Everyone and Administrator to that server in the <b>Data Access</b> under Security Services in the xMII menu.

      Regards

      Som

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