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  1. #1
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    FX20 TREND REPORTING

    Hi,

    Is it possible , emailling the trend data day by day to recepient in fx20 ?
    Is it possible report emailing in data format .xls or .cvs ?

  2. #2
    Without a supervisor station..I would say no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freddy-b View Post
    Without a supervisor station..I would say no.
    Isn't the FX20 just a 201? If so, I don't see why not. Do correct me if I'm wrong.
    Have a look at the Template folder in the program palette. There's a sample program in there called CsvEmailSender that I think will do just what he's asking for. AFAIK, it performs a bql query (which can be done against histories), returns the query as a ITable, formats the table as an in-memory CSV file, and e-mails the CSV file as an attachment to a chosen recipient(s).

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    Yes its a 201.I will take your word over my hunch. I was under the impression that you needed to have Excel ...etc...on the sending station.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freddy-b View Post
    Yes its a 201.I will take your word over my hunch. I was under the impression that you needed to have Excel ...etc...on the sending station.
    No excel needed. The program object takes care of manipulating the data, and sending it as a csv (comma separated value) to whatever recipient you may have. Of course this requires setting up the e-mail service correctly.
    This program was a request by those with smaller jobs where a supervisor isn't available, and need to have data exported and archived elsewhere. Neat little program.
    see these posts:
    http://www.niagara-central.com/ord?p...ionThread/7997
    http://www.niagara-central.com/ord?p...ionThread/8087

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by digo View Post
    No excel needed. The program object takes care of manipulating the data, and sending it as a csv (comma separated value) to whatever recipient you may have. Of course this requires setting up the e-mail service correctly.
    This program was a request by those with smaller jobs where a supervisor isn't available, and need to have data exported and archived elsewhere. Neat little program.
    see these posts:
    http://www.niagara-central.com/ord?p...ionThread/7997
    http://www.niagara-central.com/ord?p...ionThread/8087
    Good Info...thanks

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