tonto Posted March 29, 2012 Report Share Posted March 29, 2012 We have an application that requires frequent (1 to 4 times a second) logging of time, target, and actual value. Is there any difference in speed of writing to a data table compared to writing to MIs? I am wondering which is the best way to perform the write tasks to the data table, either: 1. Every time we receive a new actual value (which happens 1 to 4 times a second) we write the current RTC, target and actual value into the table, or 2. Store the sequence of values into MIs and then once we have say 10 then write all of them into the data table instead. Furthermore, we'll eventually be needing to get this data out into a PC over ethernet (within a minute of it being recorded), probably with a c# program; is there any significant difference between pulling the information out of data tables vs a sequence of MIs? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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