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nesting

Created Dec 30, 2020 (07:03) by Unknown User (Anonymous User) , last modified Sep 21, 2021 (08:11) by Unknown User (null)

Synonym(s):
  • nested query

Nesting in general means putting one thing inside another, but in Ignition nesting usually mean we are putting something into a larger version of itself. Nesting SQL queries means you will run a SQL query, then for each result that it returns, another SQL query will be run based on it. This is very useful, for example you could query all available machines, then query the work orders on those machines. FactorySQL is written using .NET and runs on the .NET framework.

network drive

Created Dec 30, 2020 (07:03) by Unknown User (Anonymous User) , last modified Sep 21, 2021 (08:11) by Unknown User (null)

A network drive refers to a folder stored on a computer that has been set to allow users across the network to access it. For example, you might store maintenance documents or manuals on a network drive to allow all users access to that data.

NIC

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A Network Interface Controller (NIC) is a computer hardware component that connects a computer to a computer network.

Network Interface Controller

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See NIC.

NET (.NET)

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.NET (pronounced 'dot net') is a software platform developed by Microsoft. There are many programming languages that all 'boil down' to .NET, for instance, C#, VB.NET, etc. In order to run a program written in a .NET language, you must have the '.NET Framework' installed on your computer. .NET is required for the old DCOM device connections (OPC-DA). FactorySQL is written in various .NET languages and runs on the .NET framework. This requirement is phasing out as more and more devices are available through OPC-UA drivers.

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network

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A network is a web of connections (usually Ethernet based) between many computers and machines in a facility. Can mean a local group (LAN) or a larger group connected through the Internet (WAN).

NFC Data Exchange Format

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The NFC Data Exchange Format (NDEF) is a standardized data format that can be used to exchange information between any compatible NFC device and another NFC device or tag.

NDEF

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See NFC Data Exchange Format.

Near-Field Communication

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Near-Field Communication (NFC) enables two electronic devices, such as a laptop and a smartphone, to communicate when they are within 4 cm (1.6 in) of each other. NFC-enabled devices can also act as electronic identity documents and keycards. See also NFC Data Exchange Format (NDEF).

NFC

Created Dec 31, 2020 (18:41) by Unknown User (Anonymous User) , last modified Sep 21, 2021 (08:11) by Unknown User (null)

See Near-Field Communication.