MatrikonOPC Client for Crystal Reports
Get instant access to Crystal Reports, or transparently access your OPC enabled
Historian with any ODBC reporting Tool.
The MatrikonOPC Client for Crystal Reports enables users to leverage the power
of ODBC analysis and reporting tools for use with their OPC Historical data.
The Client for Crystal Reports turns any process historian into an ODBC compliant
database with no other OPC Client required. Users can use the web based reporting
tools that they are comfortable with, and simply install the MatrikonOPC Client
for Crystal Reports for instant access to their data.
MatrikonOPC Client for Crystal Reports is essential for anyone using Crystal
Reports or other popular ODBC-based applications. The true power of the
MatrikonOPC Client for Crystal Reports lies in the fact that it is designed to
provide users instant access to their OPC data stored in their historian rather
than having to duplicate the data in a relational database. True economy of
effort with all the benefits of robust MatrikonOPC technology.
The MatrikonOPC Client for Crystal Reports enables ODBC access to any OPC HDA
(Historical Data Access) Server and is fully compliant to Microsoft’s ODBC 3.5
specification. Each Server is configured to act as a database in the MatrikonOPC
Client for Crystal Reports, with a unique database name. This unique database
name is used in "ODBC Data Source Administrator" to specify the desired data
source for the configured DSN.
Users can gain instant access to their IP21, Pi, PHD, or other OPC process historian
using their existing OPC Server and the MatrikonOPC Client for Crystal Reports.
Key features of the MatrikonOPC Client for Crystal Reports are:
Built-in ability to read large amounts of raw data.
User friendly ability to specify data and time parameters for record search.
Users can read conduct queries for large chunks of data, or target a
Read aggregates such as averages, maximum’s, minimum’s, etc.
Easily write new data into your historian.
Enables users to replace or update existing data within their historian.