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 <​html><​span class="​kbBlue-H4alt">​Prerequisites</​span></​html>​ <​html><​span class="​kbBlue-H4alt">​Prerequisites</​span></​html>​
   * Unipi controller running Mervis OS   * Unipi controller running Mervis OS
-  * 24V power supply+  * 24 V⎓ power supply
   * Mervis IDE project created according to [[storing-data-to-history-log-hidden|Storing data to history log]]   * Mervis IDE project created according to [[storing-data-to-history-log-hidden|Storing data to history log]]
-  * [[en:​sw:​01-mervis:​03-mervis-db|Mervis DB]] login info ([[en:​sw:​01-mervis:​getting-mervis-licence-hidden|a tutorial]] how to obtain it)+  * [[en:​sw:​01-mervis:​03-mervis-db|Mervis DB]] login credentials ​([[en:​sw:​01-mervis:​getting-mervis-licence-hidden|a tutorial]] how to obtain it)
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 ===== PLC properties settings ===== ===== PLC properties settings =====
 The first step is to  [[storing-data-to-history-log-hidden#​memory_storage_settings|set up the storage]]. The first step is to  [[storing-data-to-history-log-hidden#​memory_storage_settings|set up the storage]].
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 If you wish to use the Mervis DB service to back up variables using our servers, you need to set its communication parameters first. In the **left panel**, select PLC.  If you wish to use the Mervis DB service to back up variables using our servers, you need to set its communication parameters first. In the **left panel**, select PLC. 
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-You will be asked how to connect to the PLC. If you are on the same network, you can select **UDP Broadcast**. If not (ie. you use a proxy connection), select **Use deploy parameters** and confirm by clicking on **OK**.+You will be asked how to connect to the PLC. If you are on the same network, you can select **UDP Broadcast**. If not (ie. you connect to the PLC via Mervis Proxyn), select **Use deploy parameters** and confirm by clicking on **OK**.
  
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-Deploy the solution, start the Debugging Mode and open the **System status** tab located on the **main panel**. In the **MervisDB** section (or **RcWareDB** in older versions of the IDE), you can check if the PLC communicates with Mervis DB. If the **Communication interval [min]** is set to 1 minute, the **Saved logs** value will increase every 60 seconds. ​+Deploy the solution, start the Debugging Mode and open the **System status** tab located on the **main panel**. In the **MervisDB** section (or **RcWareDB** in older versions of the IDE), you can check if the PLC communicates with Mervis DB. If the **Communication interval [min]** is set to 1 minute, the **Records saved** value will increase every 60 seconds. ​
  
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-Let's move into the Mervis DB Viewer - a web tool for analyzing data stored by controllers. Open a web browser and enter [[https://​db.unipi.technology/​viewer|]] address. A login screen will appear - enter the login info used in the PLC settings. Upon entering them, click on **Set** and then on **Close**. ​ +Let's move into the Mervis DB Viewer - a web tool for analyzing data stored by controllers. Open a web browser and enter [[https://​db.unipi.technology/​viewer|]] address. A login screen will appear - enter the login info used in the PLC settings. Upon entering them, click on **Set** and then on **Close**. ​ 
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 +If Mervis DB fails to display data even if you configured everything correctly, it is probably caused by the fact Mervis DB does not have any logged data yet. Close the Mervis DB Viewer and wait until the first log is uploaded - the required time for this varies depending on communication intervals set for the PLC and DB, or on the history log interval. The interval can be synchronous (eg. with a fixed upload time) or asynchronous (the interval depends on how long it takes for data to be logged). If the issue persists even then, check Mervis DB login and password, make sure the address is set correctly and also make sure you [[en:​sw:​01-mervis:​updating-a-runtime-configuration-hidden|uploaded the configuration into the PLC]] correctly. 
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-Mervis DB web interface will open. In its **left panel** your PLC should be visible, identified by the name you entered into **History runtime identification**. ​Click on it to display a list of variables selected in the History log. Select them all to start parsing ​their values+Mervis DB web interface will open. In its **left panel** your PLC should be visible, identified by the name you entered into **History runtime identification**. ​Check the box next to their names to start plotting ​their data in the graph.
  
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-You can visually check our simple temperature regulator project works. ​Using the cursor you can display parsed data values, set various different graph types and many more options. ​ +Using the cursor you can display parsed data values, set various different graph types and many more options.