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Data Source - Inductive Automation Historian

Inductive Automation Historian

The Tag Historian Module for Ignition allows you to turn a SQL database into a high-performance time-series tag historian.

To create a connection to the Inductive Automation Data Source. Right-click on the Data Sources group, then click “Inductive”, and then select “Ignition Historian”.

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To successfully retrieve data from an Ignition Historian data source, the following properties need to be set.

  • Name (String)
Name to identify the data source.
  • Database Type (Dropdown)
Specify if the Ignition database is configured to utilize either Microsoft SQL or MySQL.
  • Server (String)
Location of the Ignition Historian Database (Server Name or IP Address).
  • Database (String)
Name of the Database, default Ignition.
  • Username (String)
SQL authentication Username. If left blank, Windows authentication will be used.
  • Password (String)
SQL authentication Password. If left blank, Windows authentication will be used.
  • Timeout (Int)
Timeout for SQL queries, default 15 seconds.
  • Maximum Concurrent (Int)
Maximum pooling count size for the SQL connection, default 100.
   
Note: Currently only data stored in a Microsoft SQL database is supported.
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