I apologize for my delayed response. Below is one approach to use local database data in ThingWorx Studio:
Studio doesn't have a mechanism to import data, outside of using ThingWorx. The experience service has a database attached to it, Studio itself doesn't have one.
This is very resourceful. I was waiting for the response. I have another query regarding AR, shall I ask here or start another topic, I wana know which all hardware devices supported thingworx AR experience.
Glad that I am able to help! I apologize for my delayed response. Could you please provide more details on this request. If you are looking for the supported devices to view the experiences in ThingWorx view app, please refer to the below link for details:
If you are planning for a on-premise ThingWorx Experience Service installation, then the Experience Service can be supported only on Red Hat Enterprise Linus (RHEL).
Thanks for the speed response.
I wanted to know TWx has support for other AR eyewears like epson moverio BT-200, or vuzix blade etc?
or just Hololens support?
And, May i ask what is Thingworx Experience Service Installation?
I see that Eyewear supported device list was answered in this AR Experience thread.
The experience service for ThingWorx Studio augments ThingWorx core to provide capabilities required by ThingWorx Studio and ThingWorx View. That is, the experience service is used by both ThingWorx studio and ThingWorx View. When we publish a project in ThingWorx Studio it is stored in experience service. When we scan a ThingMark on ThingWorx view, the view app retrieves the relevant experiences from the experience service.
Hope this helps!
Yes, It was answered in my other thread. I needed the suggested answer quickly, so posted twice.
I have used the TWx experience via server and composer. Are the features better or different if I install in on-premise, like better database storage ?
It seems to me that you were able to get data into the trail studio composer. I was wondering how you managed to do this. I am able to open the composer but I have no control over any of the settings and cannot add "things". Was this also an issue you faced or did you manage to find a work around this issue? Ultimately, I would like to have live data fed into Vuforia Studio and then view it in Vuforia View.
I would be happy to help you out.
What do you mean by 'you have no control over settings in composer'?
I accessed the composer of the thingworx studio and managed to add the things, added a datashape, a repository and uploaded a csv file, parsed it. and I visualized the data from csv into the Studio using the Data pane feature.
Are you using the trial edition? IS ur server still live ? Because I din face an issue of not able to add a thing. If you could be more clear abt this and attaching some image would help me to support u better.
Yes, I am currently using the Trial version of Vuforia studio (formerly named Thingworx studio). Is it possible to do the same things with the trial version? I also have the trial version of Thingworx and I was told I could possibly connect those two. If you know of any way to get around this please let me know.