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    Trend 963 supervisor common SQL

    Hi
    I have several Trend 963 supervisor working "stand alone". Is it possible to connect these up to a common SQL server?

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    Pretty sure you cannot. You can use a remote SQL server, but several copies of 963 cannot share the same DB.
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    Are you trying to get all of the stand alone 963's to work on 1 PC?

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    hi

    no, trying to get to a solution where a change performed on 963 PC1, also changing at 963 PC2.

    When have many 963 opratører stations, it would have been simplifying to change foreksempl access, modify alarm filter, skematikse pages in one place and all opratører worked on the same data base when treated alarms. (like web java version)

    Then it takes time to update all "stand alone" machines with changes ...


    But it is possible the new 3.62 versio have several options. someone who has experience with news in this version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IQtrend View Post
    But it is possible the new 3.62 versio have several options.
    News to me if it is something they added that. The release notes states nothing about this...

    If it where me I would toss 963 in the bin and drop a Jace at the sites. Problem solved!
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    Nah... Trend 963 server edition on a blade server in Comms Room. If the 2 stand alone 963 are controlling the same site / system.

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    Yes, they control the same system. Do you think it is possible to connect multiple opratør 963 pc against a 963 server edition in Comms Room?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickmunn View Post
    Nah... Trend 963 server edition on a blade server in Comms Room. If the 2 stand alone 963 are controlling the same site / system.
    And then you can explain why half the features they used and became familiar with 963 are not available on the web client.
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