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I need to know if it is possible to transfer a measurement document from one measurement point to another. Say a reading was captured on the wrong vehicle, and instead of deleting it on the one vehicle and re-entereing it on the other, is it possbile to just transfer it to the second vehicle.

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  • Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 09:19 AM

    hi tefo

    Measurement readings can only be transferred from one measuring point to another, if both measuring points have the same characteristic and counter readings can only be transferred from one counter to another, if both counters have the same characteristic.

    You can only transfer measurement and counter readings within an object hierarchy. Measurement or counter readings cannot be transferred from other object hierarchies.

    but while transfering the reading will be remain on the equipment itself

    a simple example for measurement reading tranfer

    The proportion of chlorine in the water of a swimming pool is measured on a regular basis. To do this, water samples are taken from the pool, and the measurement readings determined are entered for the measuring point that has been created in the system for the pool.

    A measuring point has also been created for the swimming pool’s circulation pump, for which the chlorine content of the water is also relevant. The measurement values determined for the swimming pool are copied from the measuring point of the pump, as this value also affects the pump. The corrosion danger for the pump rises with a high concentration of chlorine in the water

    regards

    thyagarajan

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