I have successfully created an input device and stored its measurements in a local historian. I am trying to store the same data in a remote OSI PI historian.
I’ve created a PI historian instance. Then, I created a new measurement for the PI historian that uses the same signal reference as the measurement being stored locally. But under “Monitor Device Outputs”, the PI measurements all show “0” for their data.
What am I doing wrong and is there a better way to accomplish this?
I tried “sourceIDs=PPA” on the historian instance but it did not seem to have an effect. When I ran the “list” command in the console it still showed the source ID as “PI” (my acronym). Is this expected?
However, using InputMeasurementKeys in the connection string did change the values stored.
Thanks for sharing these very useful resources. I’m trying to archive/stream data from my openHistorian system to the PI system. Could you kindly indicate whether openHistorian 2.6.30 might also include the OSI-PI adapter? If so, is there any documentation on which version of the PI system it’s compatible with?
At the moment, the OSI-PI adapter is not showing up as an option in my configuration utility like in the Archiving data to the OSI-PI Historian using the openPDC video. Do I need to install the OSIsoft AF SDK first to get this to show up?