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    Default Report generator

    Hello,

    We need to make some reports for our customer. In one of these reports we need to present a sum of the amount of starts on a unit. The period should be selectable using the time filter. Also we need to show a cummulative of the amount of time.

    How can we do this with the Report Generator ?

    Best Regards,

    Stephan de Wit

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    Default Re: Report generator

    Take a look at the mathematics driver. In the formula for the value calculation you will find the category statistics.

    Here you can configure a counter COUNT(X01)

    X01 would be the boolean variable representing the unit state. After configuring the formula, you will see a dialog where you can select this counter to be an operations counter (on limit value 1) or where you can select this counter to be an operation hours counter (count in seconds, minutes, hours, days)

    You can then display the mathematics variables values in a screen, store them in an archive or use the variable values in a report.

    The values of the counters are saved to the disk when closing the runtime, or you can implement a cyclic saving of the values by using the function "save remanent data" or the "cel / aml save ringbuffer"


    You can find more information in the mathematics driver documentation.

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