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  • #7982
    AvatarRich Ex
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    Hi Friends,
    I seem to be going around in a circle so would appreciate some help please .

    I have tables set up showing my incoming data , works fine.

    Now I have been trying to add a way so as the operator can click in the Webstation table and add some figures , say number of times the machine broke down .

    I want to be able to take this entered number and use it in my formulas . I have tried adding an OUTPUT channel in the table but I cant seem to be able to access the numbers even though I can type them in when the OUTPUT box pops up in Webstation.

    What am I missing …. I tried having the OUTPUT channel SetVal to a calculated input channel but …. well no good ..

    As Always , Thanks
    Rich

    #7983
    Avatarmanjey73
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    output channel – SetVal(43,Cmd)
    input channel 43 – Val(43) and in table “output channel” set 43, channel is Calculated

    #7986
    MikhailMikhail
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    Hi,

    Could you provide screenshots of the settings? You’re on the right way.

    #8004
    AvatarRich Ex
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    All sorted !

    Thank you gentlemen , I was near but missed the Cmd out !

    So to enter data by hand into a table and make it usable ….

    Add an INPUT Channel , (231 in my case ) ,Type = Calculated real , enter the OUTPUT Channel on the same line (1231 in my case).
    Then …
    Add an OUTPUT ,command type = Standard , tick FORMULA used , formula = SetVal(231,Cmd) .

    Hope this helps .
    Thanks Again
    Rich

    #8005
    AvatarRich Ex
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    Hi All
    On a final note … how do I add screen shots on here ?

    #8006
    Avatarmanjey73
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    https://imgbb.com/upload

    BB-Code full and paste IMG

    #8012
    MikhailMikhail
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    Any image or file hosting. Don’t insert tags in the messages, just insert links.

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