Real Time Display
Users in VDV
Data Export Task
Setting up a webcam
After install action list
Install VDV on-premise
Creating a new project
Installing scheduled tasks
Restarting the Vista Data Vision System
Exporting site and unit lists from db.robot.c
Exporting the settings from the File Converter
Muting sounds in VDV
Updating VDV with the store in offline mode
Migrate/Move Vista Data Vision to a new server
File Converter gets empty
Update header - new sensors added to the data file
Import modified or historical data
Future data imported into VDV
The VI Not Executable
Email subject contains information from the mail server
Webcam not importing pictures
How to configure Text Message Service
Run tasks minimized
No graphs showing in historical data
Backing up VDV
How to extend VDV Timeout
Updated by Andres Andresson
The Export/Import feature of Virtual Variables allows users to update multiple equations quickly.
- Use the filter to find one or more Virtual Variables to Export and click the Export button in the top right corner.
- Make a backup of the exported file to use if something goes wrong.
- Open the file in a text editor. The file structure is explained below.
Calculation ID: ID of the calculation in the database. If empty, then a new VV will be created. Do not change the ID if updating the VV.
Station: Name of the station that the VV belongs to.
Station ID: ID of the station the VDV belongs to (do not change).
Variable: The name of the variable.
Time Variable optionsTime Variable: 0 means it is not a Time Variable, and 1 means it is a Time Variable.
Starting From: Time Stamp from when the equation should be active (only for Time Variables).
Time Variable Link ID: All Time Variables are linked to the first equation (only for Time Variables).
Unit OptionsUnit: Name of the unit.
Unit ID: ID of the unit.
FormulaFormula: The formula. It can be modified as needed.
RoC OptionsRoC Active: Rate of Change calculations. 1 means it's active.
RoC Precision: Number of decimal points shown in RoC calculations.
RoC Interval Value: The value for the interval input field.
RoC Interval Type: Number of seconds between readings for RoC calculations. 86400 for 1 day, 3600 for 1 hour.
RoC Unit Value: The value for the unit input field.
RoC Unit Type: The number of seconds for the unit.
Datum OptionsDatum Variable ID: ID of the Datum variable.
Datum Timestamp: Timestamp of the Datum reading.
Datum Information: Comments about the Datum reading.
ConstantsConstants: Constants to be used in the equation. Separated with | ( Example: a=20|b=30|c=40 )