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    Default Write data to ARX archive from VB script

    Hello.

    I need to write some calculated values to the internal Zenon archive with past (day, month, year ago) or future timestamps randomly. For example, I need to calculate the effectiveness for the period 3 months ago (when I receive feedback data) and show it on the trend correctly.

    Is it possible or do I need to use SQL server only?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Write data to ARX archive from VB script

    Quote Originally Posted by maryanp View Post
    Hello.

    I need to write some calculated values to the internal Zenon archive with past (day, month, year ago) or future timestamps randomly. For example, I need to calculate the effectiveness for the period 3 months ago (when I receive feedback data) and show it on the trend correctly. io games

    Is it possible or do I need to use SQL server only?

    Thanks.
    I have exactly the same question !

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