I have a Niagara project that is setup with Site-Equip-Point hierarchy.
A subset of the Points have split histories(i.e. BAS Point CHWST has 2 archived Histories named: Bldg01_CHWST & Bldg01_CHWST_cfg0). When the Points are imported into SkySpark the history is linking back to Bldg01_CHWST_cfg0.
Is there a way in the nHaystackService to tell it to link to the "active" History (i.e. Bldg01_CHWST)? I'd rather not delete all the stale Histories from the Niagara system.
I have some additional background info here: http://www.skyfoundry.com/forum/topic/1433
Sorry for the dual posts, wasn't sure where to start.
Yeah it sounds like it could be an nhaystack bug. I will look into it.
Mike, my company wasn't the installing controls contractor so my access to the BAS is somewhat but please let me know if there is any project specific information you'd like for me to try to get to help resolve this. Thanks!
NHaystack does not support split histories in Niagara at the moment. This is the first time this has come up, so I've never had to address it before. I can put it on the list of potential future enhancements
Just curious if the enhancement for Niagara split histories has been implemented. I am having the same issue with not being able to sync with any current data after a change was made to the history and a new history configuration was created (i.e., _cfg0).
Todd, were you able to work around this issue at all? Thanks.
I guess if you had to choose between more than one programmatically, you'd go with the one with the latest timestamp...
I am not sure I follow you, Matthew. In Niagara, the history related to the point is still collecting and displaying properly despite the configuration change. Through nhaystack and SkySpark, it appears that the original trend log remains bound to the point despite the configuration change and thus the trend data just stops. Are you saying there is a way to override this programmatically in the nHaystackService to link the point to the "active" trend log? Thanks.
I probably just misunderstood the context originally. Disregard, sorry for the distraction.
No worries. Thanks for taking a look!
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