Re: [foxboro] AIM*OPC SERVER Problem on AW70 (version 7.1)

One more problem with OPC server.
 
Some tags were showing bad in Matrikon client. When checked in I/A, tags were 
ok. As soon as I changed the values slightly in Foxboro I/A, tag became good in 
Matrikon.
 
Why does AIM* OPC Server behaves like this. Does it needs the varying values 
always. This problem comes with some tags and these tags keep on changing. 
 
Can anyone guide.
 
Regards,
 
Kashif Ijaz
INTECH Process Automation> Subject: Re: [foxboro] AIM*OPC SERVER Problem on 
AW70 (version 7.1)> Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 05:04:51 -0400> From: 
otto.kubbenga@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: foxboro@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > Hi Kashif,> > If 
you do not have QF1009414 installed, please do so.> > I do not know what the 
limit is. Limit is also depending on your> hardware configuration.> In my bench 
mark testing I was using different configurations:> A configuration with 21000 
points (70% was not changing).> > Another bench mark test, I used more then 
4800 points per sec update> (client was PI and Matrikon OPC Explorer). PI 
configuration had to> change, it couldn't handle the massive updates. After 
providing PI more> (internal) buffer space and set its scan time to each 5 sec, 
the> application worked properly (All the AIM OPC Server CPU and network> 
loadings were single digits).> > In OPC Server I did used aliasing, most 
objects where Read-Only, and> used the Matrikon AIM OPC Server Configurator.> > 
> Regard> Otto Kubbenga => > > > -----Original Message-----> From: 
foxboro-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:foxboro-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]> On Behalf 
Of Kashif Ijaz> Sent: Monday, March 17, 2008 8:50 AM> To: 
foxboro@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: Re: [foxboro] AIM*OPC SERVER Problem on AW70 
(version 7.1)> > The problem with AIM*OPC Server is that Matrikon and PI client 
installed> on the same machines read some tags bad whereas they are good in> 
Foxboro. When I restart the AIM* OPC server, the bad tags start reading> good 
whereas previously good tags start reading bad.> => > Is there some issure with 
update rates or maximum number of tags. I> recently added 100 tags in OPC 
server. If there is a limit, can anyone> guide what it may be.> => > Regards,> 
=> > Kashif Ijaz> INTECH Process Automation> Subject: Re: [foxboro] AIM*OPC 
SERVER Problem> on AW70 (version 7.1)> Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 02:06:23 -0500> 
From:> Andreas.Weiss@xxxxxxxxxxxx> To: foxboro@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > > The tags are> 
all CPBs, what do you mean by AOAs and SVs?=3D20> > Refer to Application> 
Object Services User's Guide (B0400BZ) for detailed> information> regarding 
AOS.> > SV may be a Shared Variable.> > Regards,> Andreas> > >> 
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