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    Hello out there,

    Can anybody tell me how to get datapage to work?

    Can I get a step by step instrustion?

    I have got my program, then what? Do I have to start up SCP? Yes, how?

    I have never used Datapage or SCP before, but I would like to get my reports imported into an Excel format.

    Please help me!!

    Cheers

    John
    sigpic If only all problems were so simple

  • #2
    in windows explorer C drive - datapage - part folder add a customer name.
    close windows explorer for now
    in the datapage program open editor, 3rd icon from far right
    database - NEW
    browse to the new folder you made
    in the part program turn on stats and insert the path there
    if you get errors post them

    Not a simple task to preform, and working with datapage can be a pain. It takes me awhile to get a database working right. I am a noob tho and maybe others can give better examples. Sorry........
    I talk dirty to my cmm. Justn

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    • #3
      I starting to use Datapage in PCDMIS, which I did in MM4 (B&S software), even though they were both Datpage THEY do not work the same. I,m having trouble getting started with the program part and the downloading to the Datapage......Needing help in detail to........
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      • #4
        I might have some time today. I will try to put together a little tutorial. I did one for clearance planes and I thought that turned out pretty good.
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        James Mannes

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        • #5
          Hello Folks,

          A little off topic with my question.

          James, how do you folks post in a "picture" as you did??

          Thanks in advance.

          ZydecoPete
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          • #6
            Datapage.

            Probably the toughest part is creating the database where Datapage dumps the data. That took me several days to figure out a few years ago. To be honest, I don't remember how that whole process went so I won't even try to explain it...
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            Xcel 15-20-10 - PFXcel 7-6-5 - Merlin 11-11-7 - Romer Absolute 7525SI
            PCDMIS 2012
            Windows Office XP

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Peter Warcholyk View Post
              Hello Folks,

              A little off topic with my question.

              James, how do you folks post in a "picture" as you did??

              Thanks in advance.

              ZydecoPete
              Go to User CP and edit your signature, there is a place to browse to a photo on your computer and then after browsing to the picture and choosing it go to insert photo.
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              James Mannes

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              • #8
                Originally posted by JamesMannes View Post
                I might have some time today. I will try to put together a little tutorial. I did one for clearance planes and I thought that turned out pretty good.
                I liked the clearance plane explained as well, taught me they were more hassle than they were worth. The explanation was very good, thanks James.

                TK
                sigpicHave a homebrew

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                • #9
                  view instructions in the TWO attached jpeg files then follow the below instructions...

                  in your main pc-dmis directory there is a file called 'XSTATS11' delete it and it will recreate itself. this file needs to be empty so you can either delete it or open it with notepad and delete all the info in it, close and save.

                  open DatapageRT (hopefully you have the correct auth code if not try this -> ltc-bnn)

                  click -> file\open database navagate to your database folder <see pics>

                  run your parts with the stats command on so they upload to the database.

                  now you can start your statistics in datapage (SPC) chose 'Charts', 'Bar & Whisker Chart' pick your part, it will be in there by part name. variables are the dimensions in your program - pick the ones you want stats on. transactions are the parts ran in numerical order. if you want to see the data click 'Reports', 'Data Reports'. there are options to turn on what stats you want to see (pp, ppk, cpk...)

                  as far as saving the files into excel do a seach on the forum i think this has been explained before. i normally output them to pdf using cute pdf creator.

                  http://www.cutepdf.com/Products/CutePDF/writer.asp

                  GLHF
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                  Last edited by \v/inston; 12-06-2006, 12:02 PM.

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                  • #10
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by tking View Post
                      I liked the clearance plane explained as well, taught me they were more hassle than they were worth. The explanation was very good, thanks James.

                      TK
                      me2 until it made my PH10 crash and cost us 25grand for a new one thanks James! j/k

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                      • #12
                        Big John,
                        Here goes, I am assuming you have opened datapage and have all the code needed to use. You will 1st have to create you part name in your database. I usually use my program name. Put this stats code into your program then hit F9 w/ your cursor inside the stat code. You will need to "add database". Just add it as C:\Datapage\Parts for now until you get a handle on it. You may want to go under your pcdmis directory and delete your xstat11s.tmp. Try running you part. If you get an error post it here and someone can help. This is a short explaination and hope it helps. You need to tracefields to get the data into datapage also.


                        Beginning of program
                        Manual points code:
                        Then you go into DCC mode:

                        MODE/DCC
                        STATS/ON,DATAPAGE,$ (THIS IS MY DATAPAGE CODE)
                        DIRECTORY=C:\DATAPAGE\PARTS,$
                        DIRECTORY=,$
                        READ=10,WRITE=20,MEMPAGES=4,FEATURE NAME,CONTROLCALC OFF,$
                        STATS/END
                        C1 =COMMENT/INPUT,PLEASE ENTER THE PART NUMBER?
                        TRACEFIELD/NO_DISPLAY,LIMIT=15 ; PARTNUM : STR(C1.INPUT)
                        C2 =COMMENT/INPUT,PLEASE ENTER THE SERIAL NUMBER?
                        TRACEFIELD/NO_DISPLAY,LIMIT=15 ; SERNUM : STR(C2.INPUT)

                        Program code for part……………..

                        STATS/UPDATE (stats update code, this is near the bottom of your code. Must be inside your loop if you are using a loop)
                        Dale
                        v2011 MR1 CAD ++

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                        • #13
                          Sorry Winston, I was typing and someone came in. Good posts Reps to you.
                          Dale
                          v2011 MR1 CAD ++

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by WScmm View Post
                            Sorry Winston, I was typing and someone came in. Good posts Reps to you.
                            u2

                            hate when that happens...

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                            • #15
                              Winston, WScmm and the rest,

                              Thanks for all the info. I'll have to make some free time, then I'll give it a go!

                              All the best

                              Big John
                              sigpic If only all problems were so simple

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