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Martin Pieronek

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  1. Thank you so much! I'll give this one a shot in a few days.
  2. Good afternoon, Our team is currently migrating our database to a new historian. During this process, we would like to do some clean up on our tag naming convention. This will create an issue for Seeq users that have created a bunch of calculated tags with the old tags in the formulas. Is it possible to write a script that can find these tags and change the formulas? Example: HEX-101 Temperature Ref: $a = DTX.HEX-101.T100.PV formula: $a + 10 I'd like to find the tag HEX-101, go in and change $a reference from DTX.HEX-101.T100.PV to DTX.HEX-101.Tout-101.PV Let me know if this is possible. Thank you.
  3. Awesome! Thank you so much! You are a life saver!!
  4. Good afternoon, Is it possible to create a Seeq formula from Seeq Data Lab. I am trying to find a quick way of mass creating formulas for many Seeq tags. For example if I have 50 temperature tags: TI-101, TI-102, …. TI-150. Now suppose I’d like to create 50 formulas where I am calculating the temperature rate of change for each of the tags above: $a.derivative(), where $a is the temperature tag. Once this is done I have 10 more plants to do. I’d rather not spend a long time copying and pasting formulas. I was thinking if I can have a code set up in Seeq Data Lab, then I can automate the process. I am also open to any other suggestions you may have.
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