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Synchronizing DigiTrend Minute Data Files
A number of users have adopted a process of loading the Minute data files from their DigiTrend sites into their E-DAS data directory to bring minute data into the system. Since E-DAS and DigiTrend use identical data formats, the data is automatically recognized in E-DAS.
For users who have converted to AirVision and want the same functionality, the process can be accomplished through a task to automatically import the minute data files using the E-DAS Data Conversion tool.
You must have the January 11th, 2010 Version of the conversion tool, which is later than the 1.0.2 release. Please contact Agilaire Support if you need this version.
The Conversion tool would be run from a batch (.bat) file which would contain all of the necessary server-specific information:
<pathname>\AirVisonConversion.exe -DIR <folder with minute data> -MIN -LB <number of days to look back from current date> -DB <database name>
C:\"Program Files"\"Agilaire LLC"\"Edas Conversion"\AirVisionConversion.exe -DIR c:\edasdata -MIN -LB 14 -DB AVData
The user would then add a Scheduled Command Line Task to execute the batch file on a regular basis. Alternatively, the arguments above could be placed directly in the Executable Name and the command line argument windows of the Task Scheduler, either approach is acceptable.
Full documentation of the command line arguments:
Convert data from today - nn days to current day. Don't use with "EDT" and "SDT" options.
Data directory (2 args, ie. –DIR C:\EdasDir) Note: Data dir name must NOT have spaces
Convert Aux validated data
Convert Aux Raw Data(takes longer)
Convert Hourly validated data
Convert Hourly Raw Data (takes longer)
Convert daily data
Convert minute data
Convert calibration data
Start date time (2 args, ie. –SDT 09/23/2009)
End date time (2 args ie. –EDT 09/25/2009)
Show update progress form (defaults to false if omitted, don't use for command line)
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