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Hi,

I'm using the write delimited line FB to log data once a minute, starting a new file each day.

The system was working fine for 24 days now.

I have remote access (GPRS, TCP Call) to the system (V350-RA22) and using SD card explorer to download csv files.

Today it seems like the PLC has created subfolders under excel\excel1, with folders being named ", ,40;32,5 ", ie the end (?) of data line that should be written into current daily CSV.

SD card exlopers reads "Message key error", after trying to list excel\excel1\,40;32,5\,40;32,5. So I' cant remotely access this SD anymore.

Any suggestions to remotely resolve this problem?

Any idea what may be causing my PLC to create subdirectories?

Thanks,

madox

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Hi madox,

It seems that somehow the data is written instead to a CSV file to the folder itself..

Which VisiLogic version are you using? Which OS installed on the PLC?

The latest VisiLogic version is 8.6.3 and you can download it from: http://www.unitronics.com/Data/Uploads/VisiLogic_Software_New/VisiLogicSetup_8_6_3.exe

It seems that you will have to delete those subfolders/files (40;32,5) manually.

Then please update the PLC to latest OS 3.1(29)and start testing again.

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Hi madox,

It seems that somehow the data is written instead to a CSV file to the folder itself..

Which VisiLogic version are you using? Which OS installed on the PLC?

The latest VisiLogic version is 8.6.3 and you can download it from: http://www.unitronic...Setup_8_6_3.exe

It seems that you will have to delete those subfolders/files (40;32,5) manually.

Then please update the PLC to latest OS 3.1(29)and start testing again.

Thanks Ofir,

Visilogic 8.6.0 (build1), OS 3.1(00).

I was afraid i had to go there...

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