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[Imported] .NEt API tutorial

>>Message imported from previous forum - Category:ClearSCADA Software<<
User: florian, originally posted: 2018-10-25 19:42:35 Id:286
This is a re-posting from the obsoleted (October 2018) "Schneider Electric Telemetry & SCADA" forum.

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**_NIWTelemetry:_**
**_Hello everyone. Could someone please advise me how to access .Net API help files on CleaeSCADA and if any code examples or training documentation exists specificaly for ClearSCADA?_**

**_Thanks._**

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AWoodland:
There is the Client API Guide in the Start Menu under Schneider Electric - ClearSCADA

That's the best place for information that I use.

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Zhibin:
I recently used PowerShell to connect to ClearSCADA via .net API, here are part of the codes, hope it help.

1. Set reference to "ClearScada.Client.dll"

add-type -path "D:\\ClearScada.Client.dll"

2. Create the object

$scx = New-Object ClearScada.Client.Simple.Connection("test")

3. Connect

$scx.Connect("localhost")

4. Log on

$scx.LogOn("username", "password")

5. Get all CDNP3Point descendants under the "Project.Group1" folder

$descendants = $scx.GetObject("Project.Group1").GetDescendants("CDNP3Point","")

6. Loop through all descendants and output the "CurrentValue" of each point

foreach ($decendant in $descendants) {

$v = $decendant.GetProperty("CurrentValue")

write-host $v

}

7. Disconnect

$scx.Disconnect()