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Thread: Some variable's properties to be filled with the archived value of a variable in a report sheet

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    Default Some variable's properties to be filled with the archived value of a variable in a report sheet

    Hi,

    In a report sheet we need to have a column of the value of an archived variable. Meanwhile we need the next columns to be filled with “unit” and the “limit text” of this archived variable.

    I mean when an archived value is logged in the report sheet, the next columns indicates the “unit” and “limit text”.

    I know how to make the function of “value” column, but don’t know how to do it for “unit” and the “limit text”.

    Thank you.

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    Default AW: Some variable's properties to be filled with the archived value of a variable in a report sheet

    Hello Hamid,

    only variable values, timestamps and status are stored in an archive. Therefor it is not possible to display unit and limit text of archive values.

    kind regards

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