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regarding Value Stream transaction

tallrain
9-Granite

regarding Value Stream transaction

Hi guys,

I've a question regarding Value Stream transaction.

My platform is 8.5.

Now I have a Thing, which has 20 attributes and a Value Stream assigned for it.

I wrote a service to read data from a Data Table and to update all these 20 attributs in the same time.

After running service, I found 10 attributes are updated in one record of Value Stream, and the other 10 attributs are updated in another record of Value Stream.

But I need to make sure all 20 attrubuts are updated in the same record of the Value Stream, I need this information for Analytics.

Do we have some kind of transaction mechanism of Value Stream? Or any other way to make sure the timestamp are same?

Thanks a lot!

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Accepted Solutions

Update:

I used UpdatePropertyValues to make sure to update all attribute in the same moment

 

 

var params = {
infoTableName : "InfoTable",
dataShapeName : "NamedVTQ"
};

// CreateInfoTableFromDataShape(infoTableName:STRING("InfoTable"), dataShapeName:STRING):INFOTABLE(VSTestDataShape)
var tempDable = Resources["InfoTableFunctions"].CreateInfoTableFromDataShape(params);

var time = new Date();
tempDable.AddRow({
time: time,
name: "F1",
quality: "GOOD",
value: 71
});

tempDable.AddRow({
time: time,
name: "F2",
quality: "GOOD",
value: 72
});

tempDable.AddRow({
time: time,
name: "F3",
quality: "GOOD",
value: 73
});

tempDable.AddRow({
time: time,
name: "F4",
quality: "GOOD",
value: 74
});

tempDable.AddRow({
time: time,
name: "F5",
quality: "GOOD",
value: 75
});

me.UpdatePropertyValues({
values: tempDable /* INFOTABLE */
});

var result = tempDable;

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6 REPLIES 6
wposner-2
12-Amethyst
(To:tallrain)

The service SetPropertyValues takes an infotable of all the properties and their values.  This will write them all at the same time with the same time stamp.

Thank you! I tried this method, but same issue still exist.

Now I will add a new Info Table Attribute, and put all features into that Info Table, so each time I will only update one Attribute in Value Stream level. Will check it.

slangley
23-Emerald I
(To:tallrain)

Hi @tallrain.

 

We would recommend opening a case for this issue so that one of our engineers can schedule a WebEx to see what is happening.  I will be happy to open the case on your behalf if you would like to proceed in this manner.

 

Regards.

 

--Sharon

Thank you, I resolved it with UpdatePropertyValues instead.

slangley
23-Emerald I
(To:tallrain)

Hi @tallrain.

 

Glad to hear you resolved it.  Please mark your post as the Accepted Solution for the benefit of others on the community.

 

Regards.

 

--Sharon

Update:

I used UpdatePropertyValues to make sure to update all attribute in the same moment

 

 

var params = {
infoTableName : "InfoTable",
dataShapeName : "NamedVTQ"
};

// CreateInfoTableFromDataShape(infoTableName:STRING("InfoTable"), dataShapeName:STRING):INFOTABLE(VSTestDataShape)
var tempDable = Resources["InfoTableFunctions"].CreateInfoTableFromDataShape(params);

var time = new Date();
tempDable.AddRow({
time: time,
name: "F1",
quality: "GOOD",
value: 71
});

tempDable.AddRow({
time: time,
name: "F2",
quality: "GOOD",
value: 72
});

tempDable.AddRow({
time: time,
name: "F3",
quality: "GOOD",
value: 73
});

tempDable.AddRow({
time: time,
name: "F4",
quality: "GOOD",
value: 74
});

tempDable.AddRow({
time: time,
name: "F5",
quality: "GOOD",
value: 75
});

me.UpdatePropertyValues({
values: tempDable /* INFOTABLE */
});

var result = tempDable;

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