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Microsoft .Net's impact to Automation Industry
Originally posted by Mark Meng on 27 August, 2001 - 10:50 am
As Microsoft's new software development tool .net will be launched soon, has anybody in the industry evaluated the impact it could put on
automation, especially the area of HMI...
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Walt Boyes: > I was not using "good" in its moral sense. I was using...
Johan Bengtsson: > i get vague and "impossible" requests at work too, i argue, i get...
Now that's rude, and totally uncalled-for. Jiri -- Jiri Baum <jiri@baum.com.au>...
moores3@squared.com: > one of my friends use to say, "There are two laws to UNIX: 1)...
moores3@squared.com: > Taking a look at the Linux PLC web site that has a link off >...
By Joe Jansen/ENGR/HQ/KEMET/US on 28 September, 2001 - 3:03 pm -
OK, I _do_ have to take offense at that comment: AT varying points in my life, I have been...
No, you appear to have misread what I said. I said Product Pretty had _more_ market share than...
Jiri: > > cut -f2 table.txt | sort | uniq -c | sort -n > > Here, there are four...
Good Luck Michael !!! I experienced EXACTLY the same scenario. Fortunately Mr. "X" won...
> This is as true as gravity: a product is "good" if a large > percentage of the...
Ralph Mackiewicz said: > Thank you for the detailed description of how to accomplish this on...
The use of piping the UNIX tools to produce some output is interesting. It really goes along with...
I have a little story to tell, which I will relate without mentioning the names of any...
Add to the law of good enough the corollary of the recognizable. How many of us buy a particular...
By Vladimir E. Zyubin on 26 September, 2001 - 9:57 am -
Hello Mark, Yes. Profit culculation is the only one right way to make decision. But a problem...
By Joe Jansen/ENGR/HQ/KEMET/US on 26 September, 2001 - 9:53 am -
I agree completely. It is all about value. Return On Investment. So if the manufacturer, who you...
At 13:00 05/09/01 -0500, Curt Wuollet wrote: <clip> >That is as close I think, as we can...
All, I had this e-conversation on another forum and Jim Pinto suggested I share it here. I...
Ok, I'll try to explan one possible buisness model: I have a problem I need to solve, in my...
> I think that Mr. Griffin has "hit the nail on the head" with his analysis. > The...
> 1) Until recently it has been very difficult or impossible to > connect most...
> > he does not consider himself to be a developer from a computing > > perspective. He...
Jiri: > > A lot of the time it's frustrating for us, too, because many of the > >...
No, you are absolutely incorrect. Your example of illegal drugs is specious and does not pertain...
I think that Mr. Griffin has "hit the nail on the head" with his analysis. The point of...
Hi Micheal That is as close I think, as we can come from published and leaked sources. Put the...
Michael Griffin wrote ........ <snip> >The reason for this isn't need or technology, but...
I get vague and "impossible" requests at work too, I argue, I get better requests and so...
By Vladimir E. Zyubin on 24 September, 2001 - 11:14 am -
Hello List, On Tuesday, September 04, 2001, 8:17:07 PM, Walt Boyes wrote: LM> This is a...
Curt: > I do blame it on Microsoft. They know exactly what the environment is > like and have...
At 13:20 04/09/01 -0700, Walt Boyes wrote: <clip> >You continue to miss the point. I can...
So far "Microsoft .Net's impact to Automation Industry" seems mainly to be to...
> This discussion started when someone asked about Microsoft and > dot Net. If I can drift...
Interspersed with major snippage, at @@@@ > -----Original Message----- > From: The...
Topic: Software, including programming, OS issues, etc.
from the Help... department...
File types with extensions .flb, .zf7
Originally posted by Egner Aceros on 28 September, 2001 - 1:49 pm
I have files with the extension *.flb ,*.zf7.
I tried open it with "cimplicity", but the software doesn't open this files. Do you know which the software is?
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Well... no. The extension .flb is the archive extension for GE Fanuc Versapro ladder logic. It is a...
I tried http://extsearch.com/. flb is listed as belonging to a program called PAPYRUS. zf7 is not...
Originally posted by Pablo Gutierrez on 28 June, 2001 - 1:14 am
Software for Laptop and PC connection via parallel ports
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I need the same prog for dos as i need to connect two pcs via dcc ...
Topic: Software, including programming, OS issues, etc.
from the Automation List department...
Help to test ModbusRTU and ModbusTCP slave emulators?
Originally posted by Alexander Beketov jr. on 26 September, 2001 - 1:49 pm
Can anybody help us to test the emulators? The programs are still "betas"...
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Is there any manual or help file for the emulators ?...
Topic: Software, including programming, OS issues, etc.
from the LinuxPLC Project department...
OPTO B1 Brainboard
Originally posted by Brent192 on 25 September, 2001 - 12:56 pm
I'm looking for some linux based software for an OPTO B1 brainboard. I came across some OPTO hardware and being the tinker that I am, want to interface it with a linux system in order to perform basic functions.
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I do not think that you need any special software to talk Optomux with Linux. Serial I/O is built...
Topic: Software, including programming, OS issues, etc.
from the Automation List department...
PanelMate Remote I/O network transfer option
Originally posted by redrev on 28 July, 2001 - 12:31 pm
I need to update the configuration usually on a PanelMate (cutler-hammer) operator interface which is in connection with an AB PLC5.
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I have completed a couple of projects using the panelmate and the AB remote I/O option. This is...
Topic: Software, including programming, OS issues, etc.
from the Automation List department...
c/c++ with MsAccess
Originally posted by kiran on 27 April, 2001 - 2:42 pm
How to use c/c++ with MsAccess as database?
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My problem is a bit different as i wanna use only C++ bcos my project is already in MSAccess and...
Topic: Software, including programming, OS issues, etc.
from the Automation List department...
Another multi-faceted Worm
Originally posted by George (Jim) Hebbard on 20 September, 2001 - 11:53 am
Another worm: see
http://www.infoworld.com/articles/hn/xml/01/09/18/010918hnworm.xml? 0918alert
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A bad case of worms. A little arsenic would not hurt. The issue of the actual worm in question...
Yeah, but we could get at their data anytime we want. Who needs carnivore when VB will do? Regards ...
Topic: Software, including programming, OS issues, etc.
from the help !!!! department...
Parallel port access
Originally posted by Pratyush Lal on 18 September, 2001 - 1:44 pm
Need to program a paralle port to control a 3 axis cutting platform.
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Hello Pratyush, I hope you are talking plain about controlling a device which expects some...
Pratyush Are you talking about low level programming of the port ie inp oup etc in 'C' Or have you...
Pratyush, We need more info. What OS are you using? What programming language(s)? How fast do the...
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