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  1. How do I create a data set that shows the variables that have collected data in the past 10 days?How do I create a data set that shows the variables that have collected data in ... [Article]
    To create a data set that shows what variables have collected data in the past 10 days: In WinSPC's Administrator window, click the

  2. Getting Started with WinSPC 8.0 Video SeriesGetting Started with WinSPC 8.0 Video Series [Article]
    The videos below were developed for the release of WinSPC 8.0. Though they do not reflect new features and functionality added to WinSPC in later releases, they still provide a useful grounding. The v...

  3. I've forgotten the WinSPC 'admin' password, what do I do?I've forgotten the WinSPC 'admin' password, what do I do? [Article]
    The WinSPC 'admin' user is the pre-configured administrator account whose password is set when WinSPC is first installed. The password can be changed by logging into WinSPC as the 'admin' user, a

  4. How can I see the changes or events that have occurred for a specific WinSPC item?How can I see the changes or events that have occurred for a specific WinSPC ite... [Article]
    WinSPC can be configured to track and record changes to objects in WinSPC, such as when items are created, modified, or deleted. This information

  5. How do I setup and use an OPC device?How do I setup and use an OPC device? [Article]
    OPC stands for Open Process Control (previously stood for Object Linking and Embedding for Production Control, but the OLE technology has been replaced by Active X). An OPC ser

  6. If database connectivity becomes severed, can I still collect data in WinSPC?If database connectivity becomes severed, can I still collect data in WinSPC? [Article]
    Yes. If connectivity to your database is lost, WinSPC has a setting which allows users to log into a station in an Offline mode and continue to collect data. This is a valuable feature to use if you

  7. What is the correct order to shut down and restart servers in my WinSPC environment?What is the correct order to shut down and restart servers in my WinSPC environm... [Article]
    The following is the procedure recommended when any WinSPC component requires an OS

  8. How do I submit a suggestion for a new knowledgebase article?How do I submit a suggestion for a new knowledgebase article? [Article]
    If you have an idea for a new knowledgebase article, we want to know! Click on the Contact link at the top of the page and just fil

  9. What is Change Server Login and how do I use it?What is Change Server Login and how do I use it? [Article]


  10. I’m getting an “Out of Order Reading Rejected” message during data collection. What does this mean?I’m getting an “Out of Order Reading Rejected” message during data collection. W... [Article]
    This error occurs when the current collection plan step variable receives data that is intended for a diff

  11. What are data filtering options and how can I use them?What are data filtering options and how can I use them? [Article]
    There may be times when you would like to see your data for specific set of conditions. This is done by using the “Edit d

  12. Plant Monitor Layouts OverviewPlant Monitor Layouts Overview [Article]
    Introduction The primary purpose

  13. How do I setup WinSPC to get data on a timed basis?How do I setup WinSPC to get data on a timed basis? [Article]
    WinSPC has the ability to prompt a device to send a reading, or prompt the operator that a reading is required, at certain intervals or at specific t

  14. How to test SMTP communication through telnetHow to test SMTP communication through telnet [Article]
    Sometimes, it is necessary to test SMTP (Simple Mail Transport Protocol) to verify that a particular client can access and send email. This can be done by using the telnet application.

  15. Matching External Data Source Readings with Collection Plan StepsMatching External Data Source Readings with Collection Plan Steps [Article]
    Readings from an external data source must, in the end, be matched with the appropriate step in a collection plan.

  16. How do I setup a Microsoft Excel file device?How do I setup a Microsoft Excel file device? [Article]
    Data stored in simple Excel files (.xls or .xlsx files) can be used to automatically populate variables and tags in WinSPC using an &

  17. How do I use the Equation Builder and Table function?How do I use the Equation Builder and Table function? [Article]
    The Equation Builder is WinSPC's tool for creating equations. Equations are sometimes used to calculate values, limits and targets for a varia

  18. How do I setup an ODBC device to pull from multiple fields in my database?How do I setup an ODBC device to pull from multiple fields in my database? [Article]
    In WinSPC 8.0 or later, you can use a single ODBC (database) device to collect data from multiple fields in your database and store those values into separate variables. The configuration of the

  19. How do I create a Device in WinSPC?How do I create a Device in WinSPC? [Article]
    WinSPC can collect values--data or tag values--from devices. Devices here means not only serial devices but text files, DDE servers,

  20. What are Reasonable Limits and how are they used in WinSPC?What are Reasonable Limits and how are they used in WinSPC? [Article]
    Introduction In addition to standard SPC limits such as Specifications Limits/Engineering Limits and Control Limits, WinSPC includes a set of limits that serves a differe

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