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    We still haven't the replaced indigenous system. We have Allen Bradley rotary PLCs that communicate via ethernet to a cobol based shopfloor system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry_Jones View Post
    Sam,

    In the past were your PLCs feeding data "directly" into a JDE Fat Client Application? If so, how?
    We still haven't replaced indigenous system. We have Allen Bradley rotary PLCs that communicate via ethernet to a cobol based shopfloor system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RussellCodlin View Post
    We have delivered shop floor terminal solutions for JDE previously. These are not native JDE web applications thus timeout/logout is not an issue but are tightly integrated with JDE. We have also integrated them with both industrial PC and SCADA/PLC systems so that machine utilisation, efficiency, material consumption, and hours/quantities can be automatically recorded in JDE as part of work center operation. The solution also provides the ability to display detailed manufacturing instructions, videos etc at the work center as well as also integrate in with CAM so that service information can be recorded by technicians as well as accessing history etc.
    That is how we have currently set it up. It is a archaic cobol based system that we want to eliminate bcoz we have to look in retirement homes for cobol programmers for maintaining it
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    That is how we have currently set it up. It is a archaic cobol based system that we want to eliminate bcoz we have to look in retirement homes for cobol programmers for maintaining it
    We're more in the .NET, Android or Progressive Web Apps kiosks hooked up to things like Rockwell Automation's FactoryTalk. My favourite project was getting a kiosk application running over Citrix, deployed to a Wyse terminal that was connected via Serial Port to a machine so old that it still used RTS/CTS pins and only had an 8 bit buffer which meant it could handle one ascii character at a time. So basically, it could process one character every 250ms which was fun when you're trying to send detailed manufacturing instructions from JDE configurator to it.
    Russell Codlin
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    Capital Asset Management & Manufacturing Specialists
    REST Integration, IoT, Mobile Applications and Job Scheduling for all E1 releases from 9.2 back to 8.11SP1

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