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Brent  
#1 Posted : Thursday, May 7, 2015 11:08:58 AM(UTC)
Brent

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MJ19

When using Simcad, is it possible to create advanced models using some programming language? Is it possible to call DLL written in C# into a model? Are there any tools to fetch data from external databases?  

So, when using VB script, it is also possible to communicate with other software or hardware using sockets?

Lindsey

Yes, you can create pretty complex models with Simcad Pro's visual interface. When needed, the models can include VB scripting to create specific behaviors. Absolutely, you can call c# or c++ DLL directly from the VB environment. The database integration is integrated in the model. Each process can call a database (ADO) and read/write to the tables during the simulation run. All the tools required for the connectivity are already defined, and all you will need to do is map the external tables to Simcad parameters. Sure, you can even make it connect to the PLCs through an OPC server or through a direct connection through a C#/c++ DLL.

Edited by moderator Monday, June 15, 2015 2:18:45 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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