How to log data from an AWS IoT hub

This guide shows how to log data from an AWS IoT hub in three easy steps. 

STEPS

Follow the links to the OAS Help articles:

Make sure Open Automation Software is installed and the OAS Service is running

Configure your AWS data source

 

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How to automatically import OPC tags

Open Automation Software One-Click OPC feature let’s you quickly and easily create tags by browsing an OPC Server 

STEPS

Follow the links to the OAS Help articles:

Make sure Open Automation Software is installed and the OAS Service is running

Tags can be automatically setup by using the One Click OPC feature that browses OPC Servers automatically and creates tags based on the OPC Items defined in the OPC Server. You can then delete tags from the configuration that you do not want.

 

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How to log OPC Server data to a Database

This guide shows how to log OPC Server data to a Database in three easy steps. 

STEPS

Follow the links to the OAS Help articles:

Make sure Open Automation Software is installed and the OAS Service is running

Configure your OPC tag data source or use the One-Click OPC feature browses OPC Servers automatically and creates tags based on the OPC Items defined in the OPC Server

 

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How to use a database as a data source

This guide shows how to use a database as a data source in two easy steps. 

Transfer data from these
industry standard Databases:

  • SQL Server
  • SQL Server Desktop (MSDE)
  • Oracle
  • Access
  • mySQL
  • SQL ODBC

 

STEPS

Follow the links to the OAS Help articles:

Make sure Open Automation Software is installed and the OAS Service is running

 

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How to log OPTO data to a Database

This guide shows how to log OPTO data to a Database in three easy steps. 

STEPS

Follow the links to the OAS Help articles:

Make sure Open Automation Software is installed and the OAS Service is running

Configure your OPTO data source

 

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How to log MQTT data to a Database

This guide shows how to log MQTT data to a Database in three easy steps. 

MQTT protocol versions
supported:

    • MQTT
  • MQTT-TLS
  • AMQP

 

STEPS

Follow the links to the OAS Help articles:

Make sure Open Automation Software is installed and the OAS Service is running

Configure your MQTT data source

 

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How to log Siemens data to a Database

This guide shows how to log Siemens data to a Database in three easy steps. 

Siemens controllers with the built in Siemens Driver Interfaces which support communications over Ethernet to:

  • S7-200
  • S7-300
  • S7-400
  • S7-1200
  • S7-1500

 

STEPS

Follow the links to the OAS Help articles:

Make sure Open Automation Software is installed and the OAS Service is running

Configure your Siemens data source.

 

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How to log OPC UA data to a Database

This guide shows how to log OPC UA data to a Database in three easy steps. 

Log OPC UA data to these
industry standard Databases:

  • SQL Server
  • Oracle
  • Access
  • mySQL
  • SQL Azure
  • CSV Files

 

STEPS

Follow the links to the OAS Help articles:

Make sure Open Automation Software is installed and the OAS Service is running

Configure your OPC UA data source

 

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How to log Allen Bradley data to a Database

This guide shows how to log Allen Bradley data to a Database in three easy steps. 

Allen Bradley Driver versions
supported:

  • ABLogix
    • ControlLogix
    • CompactLogix
    • GuardLogix
    • Micro800
  • MicroLogix
    • SLC 500
    • PLC-5

Log Allen Bradley data to these
industry standard Databases:

  • SQL Server
  • Oracle
  • Access
  • mySQL
  • SQL Azure
  • CSV Files

 

STEPS

Follow the links to the OAS Help articles:

Make sure Open Automation Software is installed and the OAS Service is running

 

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How to Log Modbus Data to a Database

This guide shows how to log Modbus data in three easy steps. 

 

Modbus protocol versions supported:

  • Modbus TCP
  • Modbus RTU
  • Modbus ASCII
Log Modbus data to these industry standard Databases:

  • SQL Server
  • Oracle
  • Access
  • mySQL
  • MongoDB
  • SQL Azure
  • CSV Files

 

STEPS

Follow the links to the OAS Help articles:

Make sure Open Automation Software is installed and the OAS Service is running

Configure your Modbus data source

 

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