1 TrendWorX32 SQL Query Engine V9.2 Beta III Documentation (Preliminary November 2009) OPC Automation at your fingertips
2 1. Introduction TrendWorX32 Logger logs data to a database. You can use the TrendWorX32 Viewer to see and edit your logged data in a graphical format. TrendWorX32 SQL Query Engine allows you to use common SQL Data Manipulation Language (DML) queries to retrieve and edit data. These data can be displayed in any SQL clients (e.g. MS Excel, MS SQL Server or ICONICS ReportWorX). 2. General Requirements GENESIS32 version 9.2 or later, VC Redistributable files for VS2008, some SQL client(s). 3. Provider capabilities and limitations Testing and validating The TrendWorX32 SQL Query Engine is developed, tested and validated against the Microsoft OLE DB RowsetViewer (version: ). SQL capabilities Due to the provider nature limited range of SQL features is supported. Catalogs, schemata and tables are predefined (by TrendWorX32 Logger). You can use only DML (Data Manipulation Language) queries, i.e. SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE. Also the stored procedures are implemented in the TrendWorX32 SQL Query Engine. Individual query types have specific limitations to the query structure too. These limitations are detailed in appropriate query section. In addition, advanced consumers (e.g. MS SQL Server) may perform query analysis (or preprocessing) and may change original query. This may lead to unexpected results. These rarities will be described later. 4. Architecture TrendWorX32 SQL Query Engine was developed as in-proc COM server. Whole provider is divided to the three DLL libraries (modules). You can use the provider in the 32bit and also in the 64bit clients. 32bit binaries (needed every time) GenericOleDbProvider.dll, HistoryAggregates.dll, RawDataProviderHost.exe, RawDataProviderHostPS.dll, Twx32OleDbProvider.dll, Twx32RawDataProvider.dll. 64bit binaries (needed for the 64bit clients) GenericOleDbProvider_x64.dll, HistoryAggregates_x64.dll, 2
3 RawDataProviderHostPS_x64.dll, Twx32OleDbProvider_x64.dll. GenericOleDbProvider.dll, GenericOleDbProvider_x64.dll This module communicates with a SQL client. Module processes data from the Twx32OleDbProvider.dll and provides them in the form of tables and stored procedures to the client. HistoryAggregates.dll, HistoryAggregates_x64.dll This module calculates history aggregates from raw data which are gained from the TrendWorX32 HDA Server. Twx32OleDbProvider.dll, Twx32OleDbProvider_x64.dll This module communicates with Twx32RawDataprovider.dll. The communication is done through the RawDataProviderHost.exe application. RawDataProviderHost.exe This is a host for the Twx32RawDataProvider.dll. If you want to use TrendWorX32 SQL Query Engine in the 64bit client you need the 64bit version of the provider. But the Twx32RawDataProvider.dll must be 32bit every time because this dll communicates with another one which is also 32bit. Because of this the RawDataProviderHost.exe application was developed. RawDataProviderHostPS.dll, RawDataProviderHostPS_x64.dll These files are only the proxy/stub for the RawDataProviderHost.exe application. Twx32RawDataProvider.dll This module can get data from the TrendWorX32 HDA Server. Twx32RawDataProvider.dll communicates with the GenClient.dll (part of the GENESIS32 installation). If you want to get HDA data from other than your computer the GenClient communicates with the GenBroker in this case. 5. Data architecture QuerySettings table This table contains information which is needed during the SQL query calculation. The table has following columns: Column name Data type Description TIMESTAMP_START DBTIMESTAMP Start of the timestamp range (default value can be overloaded in the query). TIMESTAMP_END DBTIMESTAMP End of the timestamp range (default value can be overloaded in the query). MAX_ROWS_TO_RETURN UI4 Number of rows which can be returned to the client. TREAT_UNCERTAIN_AS_OD BOOL For the HDA calculations. PERCENT_DATA_BAD BYTE For the HDA calculations. PERCENT_DATA_OD BYTE For the HDA calculations. 3
4 ALLOW_EMPTY_TAG If this value is set to true you can run queries against the RawData table BOOL without the defining the tagname in WHERE clause. Otherwise these queries fail. Table 1 - QuerySettings table columns Tags table This table contains information about tags. Table presents list of all tags which are available in the TrendWorX32 HDA Server. The table has following columns: Column name Data type Description TAGNAME WSTR BYREF Name of the tag. DESCRIPTION WSTR BYREF Tag description. DATATYPE UI2 Information about tag s data type. STEPPEDINTERPOLATION BOOL Stepped interpolation info. ACCESSRIGHTS UI2 Information about access rights. Table 2 - Tags table columns RawData table This table contains information about all raw data which are in the TrendWorX32 HDA Server (you can specify catalog DBGroup and schema LoggingGroup). The table has following columns: Column name Data type Description TAGNAME WSTR BYREF Name of the tag. TIMESTAMP DBTIMESTAMP Timestamp where the value was caught. QUALITY UI4 Quality of the value. VALUE VARIANT Value it-self. Table 3 - RawData table columns 6. Supported SQL constructs SELECT query Following SELECT syntax is supported: SELECT [lead count restriction] expression FROM table stored procedure [WHERE condition]; Following rules apply to individual select elements: Expression defines column(s) to be retrieved by the SELECT query. These may include SQL aggregate column(s) too. But it is not possible to combine ordinal and aggregate columns together in one SQL query (we do not support GROUP BY). Table stored procedure defines table or stored procedure to select data from. It is not possible to combine table with stored procedure in one SQL query. WHERE condition defines logical expression that needs to evaluate to true in order to return given table row. The expression only allows AND/OR chaining, usage of brackets, and logical comparison operators (<=, <, >, =>, <>, =). Count restriction can be used to restrict number of retrieved rows. Lead restriction has form TOP x where x is number of rows to return. Note that count restrictions are applied after the query is evaluated thus they unfortunately won t affect performance in positive. 4
5 Additional information Be very careful when you are running queries against the RawData table. It the ALLOW_EMPTY_TAG in the QuerySettings table is set to true you can see following. You can run query without the WHERE clause but if you do so the OLE DB Provider will get all data for all tags in the specified catalog and schema. Then the provider must sort data from all tags to one stream and then these data will send to the output. This can take very long time in dependence on the tag count. You can set ALLOW_EMPTY_TAG to false. In this case the queries without tagname in WHERE clause will fail (such queries are not permited). UPDATE query Following UPDATE syntax is supported: UPDATE table SET column_name_1 = column_value_1 [, column_name_2 = column_value_2, ] [WHERE condition]; UPDATE works as standard SQL UPDATE it expects table name and columns to be modified and values for these columns. It is also desired to narrow affected rows by WHERE clause. Update works only against the QuerySettings table. TrendWorX32 API doesn t support inserts, updates and deletes so the functionality is not implemented in the OLE DB Provider. SQL aggregates Following standard SQL aggregates are supported in SELECT column definition expression: MIN, MAX, AVG, SUM, COUNT. All of these functions require column name as parameter, e.g. SELECT SUM(Value) FROM. Note: When you are using SQL aggregates it is not possible to get other common columns, GROUP BY clause is not supported. SQL functions Follows list of SQL functions: QualityToStr This function can be used instead of the Quality column. Function converts quality from DWORD representation (number) to the string, e.g. SELECT TagName, QualityToStr(Quality) FROM RawData. Output can be one of the following values: Good, Bad, Uncertain. 5
6 DataTypeToStr This function can be used instead of the DataType column. Function converts data type from the WORD representation (number) to the string, e.g. SELECT TagName, DataTypeToStr(DataType) FROM Tags. Output can be one of the following values: VT_BOOL, VT_UI2, VT_UI4, VT_R8. AccessRightsToStr This function can be used instead of the AccessRights column. Function converts access rights from WORD representation (number) to the string, e.g. SELECT TagName, AccessRightsToStr(AccessRights) FROM Tags. Output can be one of the following values: TAG_ACCESS_RIGHTS_NONE, TAG_ACCESS_RIGHTS_READ, TAG_ACCESS_RIGHTS_WRITE, TAG_ACCESS_RIGHTS_READ_WRITE. IsGood, IsBad and IsUncertain These functions can be used in WHERE clause. IsGood function select only raw data where quality is good, likewise other functions, e.g. SELECT * FROM RawData WHERE IsBad(Quality) = 1; Date / Time functions In the WHERE clause you can use date / time functions. You can use dateadd() function and you can use also now and nowutc variables. Example SQL query: SELECT * FROM RawData WHERE timestamp >= dateadd(hh, -2, nowutc) and timestamp <= nowutc; This query returns all raw data which are maximally 2 hours old. Function syntax is dateadd(date_part, VALUE, BASE_TIMESTAMP), parameters can have following values: DATE_PART o ms milliseconds, o ss seconds, o mi minutes, o hh hours, o dd days, o wk weeks, o mm months, o yy year. VALUE value can be any integer. BASE_TIMESTAMP o now local time, o nowutc UTC time, 6
7 o or you can type your own timestamp in following format 'yyyy-mm-dd hh:mi:ss'. SQL stored procedures All historical data aggregates calculations are provided through the stored procedures. In addition more complex operations above raw data are also provided through the stored procedures too. Follows list of all stored procedures (supported at this time): HDA_BOOL calculates Duration in State 0, Duration in State 1, Number of Transitions and Count for one tag. HDA_BOOL_5 same functionality like HDA_BOOL but up to five tags. HDA_ANALOG calculates Min, Max, Average, Time Average, Totalize Average, Interpolative, Last, Delta, Range, Total and Count for one tag. HDA_ANALOG_5 same functionality like HDA_ANALOG but up to five tags. HDA_REDUCED_ANALOG calculates Min, Max, Time Average and Count for one tag. HDA_REDUCED_ANALOG_5 same functionality like HDA_REDUCED_ANALOG but up to five tags. SP_RAW_DATA gets raw data for one tag. HDA_BOOL, HDA_ANALOG, HDA_REDUCED_ANALOG Follows list of input parameters for these functions: Start timestamp start of the timestamp range, End timestamp end of the timestamp range, Resampling period time interval size, Tag name when you specify only tag name (without catalog and schema) then the catalog and schema is taken for the tag is taken from the stored procedure name. HDA_BOOL_5, HDA_ANALOG_5, HDA_REDUCED_ANALOG_5 Follows list of input parameters for these functions: Start timestamp start of the timestamp range, End timestamp end of the timestamp range, Resampling period time interval size, Tag name 1, Tag name 2, Tag name 3, Tag name 4, Tag name 5. Note: when you specify only tag name (without catalog and schema) then the catalog and schema is taken for the tag is taken from the stored procedure name. SP_RAWDATA Follows list of input parameters for this function: Start timestamp start of the timestamp range, End timestamp end of the timestamp range, 7
8 Tag name when you specify only tag name (without catalog and schema) then the catalog and schema is taken for the tag is taken from the stored procedure name. 7. Historical aggregates Aggregate name Min Max Average Time average Totalize average Interpolative Last Duration in state 0 Duration in state 1 Number of transitions Delta Range Total Count Status code calculation Behavior description Retrieve the minimum value in the resample interval. Retrieve the maximum value in the resample interval. Retrieve the average data over the resample interval. Retrieve the time weighted average data over the resample interval. Retrieve the totalized value (time integral) of the data over the resample interval. Retrieve the value at the end of the resample interval. The timestamp is the timestamp of the end of the interval. Retrieve the duration of time in the interval during which the data is bad. Retrieve the duration of time in the interval during which the data is good. Retrieve the number of state changes a Boolean value experienced in the interval. Retrieve the difference between the first and last value in the resample interval. Retrieve the difference between the minimum and maximum value over the resample interval. Retrieve the sum of the data over the resample interval. Retrieve the number of raw values over the resample interval. For aggregates values, the status code for each returned aggregate shall be good, if the status code for all values used in the aggregate was good. If the status code of any value used in computing the aggregate was not good, then the server must use the TreatUncertainAsBad, PercentDataBad and PercentDataGood parameter settings to determine the status code of the resulting aggregate for the interval. Some aggregates may explicitly define their own method of determining quality. If the percentage of good values in an interval is greater than or equal to the PercentDataGood, the aggregate is considered good, otherwise bad. Since a value can be either good or bad only (uncertain is defined as good or bad as per treat uncertain as bad setting), percentage good = 100 percentage bad. If a percentage good(x) is in the following range percentage bad < X < percentage good the quality of the aggregate is Uncertain_DataSubNormal. 8
9 8. MS SQL Server specifics MS SQL Server performs specific modifications to queries passed to linked server (e.g. aliasing). It also performs many auxiliary operations such as data type conversions and local functions. MS SQL Server preprocessing puts certain limitations on query parameters. Namely, the MS SQL Server won t propagate time specified as absolute date, e.g. ' :00:00', to the provider. It is necessary to use date manipulation functions, i.e. dateadd(), getutcdate() or hack the conversion using nested SELECT statement, e.g. select convert(datetime, ' :00:00'). Or it is possible to use OPENQUERY statement, e.g. select * from openquery(twx32, '<SQL query>'). This last solution is recommended. MS SQL Server query execution problems When MS SQL Server decides not to send entire query to the provider, the query can be still executed and can succeed. But rather than being processed by the provider it will be processed at MS SQL Server. The problems with this approach are: Performance if query, e.g. SELECT * FROM Twx32.<catalog>.<schema>.RawData WHERE TIMESTAMP >= ' :00:00' and TAGNAME = 'SimulatePLC.Sine'; is used, the MS SQL Server will execute SELECT * FROM Twx32.<catalog>.<schema>.RawData; against the provider. The provider won t get information about the tag for which you can read data. In this case the provider will get all data for all tags in the specified catalog and schema (this can take very long time) and after this the MS SQL Server will make the final filtering. If you want to forbid this set the ALLOW_EMPTY_TAG in the QuerySettings to false. Then these queries will not be started. Runtime limitations certain queries are prohibited, e.g. queries without certain limit parameters. MS SQL Server might inadvertently use these queries when executing subset of user-supplied query which would lead to query execution failure. 9. Configuring TrendWorX32 SQL Query Engine ICONICS Data Mining Configurator 1. Open Data Mining Configurator by going to Start Programs ICONICS Tools Data Mining Configurator. 2. On the left double-click Databases to expand it. 3. Right click on the Databases. Select New Database Connection. 4. Fill in Connection Name, e.g. TrendWorX32 SQL Query Engine. 5. Set Connection Type to Generic OLE DB data source and click Advanced button. 6. Select first tab (Providers) and in the list select the TrendWorX32 SQL Query Engine. Click Next >> button. 7. Fill in Data Source. This is a name of the computer from which you can get HDA data. 8. Select initial catalog (this can take a while). 9. You can test a connection. 10. Click OK button. Then click Apply button. 9
10 11. Doubl-click TrendWorX32 SQL Query Engine to expand it. 12. Right click on the Data Sources. 13. Select New Data Sources. 14. Fill in name, e.g. Command_Tags. 15. In the Specify Dataset set SQL Command/Stored procedure. 16. Next check Enable Multi-rows Dataset. Picture 1 - Data Mining Configurator 17. Click Edit button. 18. Write SQL query, e.g. select * from cat1.schem1.tags. 19. Click Apply button. 20. You can test the query by clicking the Test SQL button. 21. In new window click Test SQL Query button. 10
11 22. You should see the list of tags. Getting data in the GraphWorX Picture 2 - Data Mining Configurator - Test SQL Query 1. Start GraphWorX by going Start Programs ICONICS GENESIS32 GraphWorX32 GraphWorX In the ActiveX toolbar click on the ICONICS Data Mining Control. 3. Double-click on the ActiveX in the display. 4. Set Data Mining Source Type to Data Mining. Picture 3 - Data Mining Control 11
12 5. Click Connection parameters button. 6. Click Add Tags button. 7. Select Database Access tab. 8. Double-click Databases to expand it. 9. Double-click TrendWorX32 SQL Query Engine to expand it. 10. Select Command_Tags. 11. On the right select and then click OK button. Picture 4 - ICONICS Unified Data Browser 12. Confirm all changes. 13. Go to runtime. 14. You should see a list of tags (may take a while). TrendWorX32 SQL Query Engine as a Linked Server TrendWorX32 SQL Query Engine can be used in the MS SQL Server as a linked server. 1. Open MS SQL Server Management Studio by going to Start Programs Microsoft SQL Server 2008 SQL Server Management Studio. 2. When asked, fill in credentials to connect to your local SQL Server. 3. Click New Query button. 4. Use script (Attachement 1) and copy it to the query window. 5. Fill in the data source in the script, part Create Linked Server, Data source is a name of the computer form which you can get HDA data. 6. Run the script. 7. In the Object Explorer on the left expand Server Objects. 12
13 8. Double-click Linked Servers to expand it. You should now see a linked server called Twx You can now run SQL queries. 10. Troubleshooting Checking if the TrendWorX32 SQL Query Engine is correctly installed in the SQL Server Start Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio. Open window for new query. Run following query: exec sp_catalogs <name of the linked server>. If the provider is installed you should get a list of all catalogs (TrendWorX32 database groups). Cannot get any data in the SQL Server Run dcomcnfg application. Select Component Services Computers My Computer DCOM Confing. In the application list find the ICONCIS Raw Data Provider Host. Open its properties and go to the Security tab. Check if there is a user under which the SQL Server is running (usually NETWORK SERICE). This user must exist in the Launch and Activation Permissions. Also this user must exist in the Access Permissions. If the user exists in both cases check if there is all allowed for this user. Confirm all changes. Open Windows Task Manager and go to the Processes tab. Find the RawDataProviderHost.exe process and end the process (or you can restart the computer). 11. Examples Selecting all tags: SELECT * FROM cat1.schem1.tags; - SQL client SELECT * OPENQUERY(Twx32, 'SELECT * FROM cat1.schem1.tags;'); - MS SQL Server Selecting raw data: SELECT TagName, Timestamp, QualityToStr(Quality), Value FROM cat1.schem1.rawdata WHERE TagName = 'SimulatePLC.Sine' and TIMESTAMP >= ' :00:00' and TIMESTAMP <= ' :00:00'; Selecting query settings: SELECT * FROM cat1.schem1.querysettings; Running HDA_BOOL stored procedure: EXEC cat1.schem1.hda_bool ' :00:00', ' :00:00', , 'SimulatePLC.Sine'; 13
14 Running HDA_ANALOG stored procedure in SELECT query: SELECT * FROM cat1.schem1.hda_analog(' :00:00', ' :00:00', , 'SimulatePLC.Sine'); Selecting MAX, MIN and AVG value: SELECT MIN(Value) as min_value, MAX(Value) as max_value, AVG(Value) as avg_value FROM cat1.schem1.rawdata WHERE TagName = 'SimulatePLC.Sine' and TIMESTAMP >= ' :00:00' and TIMESTAMP <= ' :00:00'; 12. Attachments Attachment 1 Script for Linked Server /****************************************************************************************/ /***************************** Twx32 - Create Linked Server *****************************/ /*!!! property in the script - data source is computer name from which you can get HDA data.!!!*/ /* Set OLE DB provider parameters */ EXEC master.dbo.sp_msset_oledb_prop N'ICONICS.Twx32OleDbProvider', N'DynamicParameters', 1 EXEC master.dbo.sp_msset_oledb_prop N'ICONICS.Twx32OleDbProvider', N'NestedQueries', 1 EXEC master.dbo.sp_msset_oledb_prop N'ICONICS.Twx32OleDbProvider', N'AllowInProcess', 1 EXEC master.dbo.sp_msset_oledb_prop N'ICONICS.Twx32OleDbProvider', N'NonTransactedUpdates', 1 /* Crate Linked Server */ EXEC = OLE EXEC master.dbo.sp_addlinkedsrvlogin /* Set Linked server parameters */ @optvalue=n'false' @optvalue=n'false' @optvalue=n'true' @optvalue=n'false' schema remote 14
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