Tech Notes

Tech Note 47: How to create a custom Reporting Services report for Wonderware Information Server 3.0 using Microsoft SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio

This Tech Note demonstrates how to build and publish a custom Reporting Services report for Wonderware Information Server 3.0 and Wonderware Historian using Microsoft SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio (or Microsoft Visual Studio 2005).

This Tech Note demonstrates how to build and publish a custom Reporting Services report for Wonderware Information Server 3.0 and Wonderware Historian using Microsoft SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio (or Microsoft Visual Studio 2005).

Tech Note 46: How to modify existing Microsoft SQL Server 2005 installation to comply with Wonderware Information Server 3.0

This Tech Note details the procedure to modify the existing Microsoft SQL Server 2005 installation (described in Wonderware PacWest Tech Note 8: Recommended Microsoft SQL Server 2005 installation procedure for Wonderware products) to comply with requirements of Wonderware Information Server 3.0. Microsoft Reporting Services is a major component required by Wonderware Information Server that is not included into the generic Microsoft SQL Server 2005 installation procedure described in the Wonderware PacWest Tech Note 8.

For brand new installation of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 for Wonderware Information Server 3.0 refer to Wonderware PacWest Tech Note 28: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 installation

Tech Note 43: How to modify tag type, delete a tag and use the Cross Reference Utility in Wonderware InTouch

This Tech Note details some procedures related to InTouch application development such as changing InTouch tag type and deleting the tag after it has already been used. The Tech Note also illustrates using Cross Reference Utility. Without going through the proper procedure only a select few tag types will be available to choose from (i.e. Memory Discrete will only have the option to change to an I/O Discrete or an Indirect Discrete).

Tech Note 36: How to monitor Wonderware Historian performance from Wonderware Industrial Application Server

The Wonderware Historian (IndustrialSQL Server) includes two features that allow performance statistics to be collected and distributed to network clients. The System Driver module performs the task of collecting historian performance statistics and the InSQL IOServer (INSQLIOS) allows clients to connect via Suitelink to acquire real-time data. Using these two features we can acquire historian performance statistics to clients such as Wonderware Industrial Application Server for real time monitoring and alarming.

Tech Note 35: How to monitor Wonderware Historian performance from Wonderware InTouch application

The Wonderware Historian (IndustrialSQL Server) includes two features that allow performance statistics to be collected and distributed to network clients. The System Driver module performs the task of collecting historian performance statistics and the InSQL IOServer (INSQLIOS) allows clients to connect via Suitelink to acquire real-time data. Using these two features we can acquire historian performance statistics to clients such as InTouch for real time monitoring and alarming.