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Re: [tdf-discuss] Data import from a PLC via Net


Hi

Insert -> "from external Data" seems to be broken for me too. Or i use
it wrong.
I cant even import a easy csv file from a url.

LibreOffice tag libreoffice-3.3.0.4
The same problem i have in OOo 3.3.0

Am 05.03.2011 14:13, schrieb Rainer Bielefeld:
Hi,

today I found
<http://www.sbc-support.ch/faq/item/item.detail.php?it_index=101574>
describing a solution how to get data from a Programmable Logic
Controller to EXCEL.

This would be a very interesting feature for my business, can anyone
estimate whether that also will be possible with LibO?

I did some first tests with a far away PLC connected via VPN, my
results  When I only insert "http://ipnumber/";
OOo 1.1.4 shows the Title of the start.htm page on the
PLC in the cell (if I select HTML_All"

"LibreOffice 3.3.1  - WIN7  Home Premium (64bit) English UI [OOO330m19
(build 8 / tag 3.3.1.2)]" shows nothing. After some time I will get
selection of language, then available tables will be filled with
"HTML_all" and "HTML_tables". It does not matter what I select, no
contents will appear. I see the link in 'Edit > Hyperlink'

Same bad result with OOo 3.4-dev.

So my questions are:
1. do we have a bug here making connection or data transfer impossible?
2. if connection will work, how are my chances to get data from PLC?

Best regards

Rainer Bielefeld



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