Carlos Sandoval , Gersa Monterrey S.A. de C.V. AddedWednesday, May 10,2017 at 1:56 PM .NET communications and DATABASE communications through OPC server Any with experience to communicate.NET application to an OPC server, we require developing such communications layer, further information please contact me. Answer Answer The Question Write your answer here Submit Cancel Reset Sort By Default RAUL OLAJE , Answered Thursday, May 11,2017 at 3:28 PM Hola Carlos, tengo un desarrollo que recopila los datos de un OPC server y los inserta en una base de datos MSSQL. Mi correo es firstname.lastname@example.org me encuentro en Hermosillo, Sonora. Dave Hellyer , Tatsoft, LLC Answered Thursday, May 11,2017 at 3:28 PM One way to do it is to use a .NET-to-the-core solution like FactoryStudio from Tatsoft. With native protocol drivers built-in to FactoryStudio, and the ability to be an OPC Server AND client would make FactoryStudio a perfect solution. I would like to discuss this further with you Carlos. Xavier Mesrobian , Skkynet Answered Thursday, May 11,2017 at 3:28 PM Hi Carlos, another option is to use the Cogent DataHub. It has OPC DA and UA client and server capabilities, a .NET API for connecting to your .NET application, and a Database feature that lets you connect to any SQL database via ODBC. Please see http://www.cogentdatahub.com for details. William Blandon , CONTROLTECH Answered Thursday, May 11,2017 at 3:25 PM Carlos, nosotros hemos hecho ese tipo de comunicación. Aplicación .NET desarrollada en C# con OPC (RSLinx OPC de Rockwell) Mas información puedes escribirme a email@example.com John Weber , Software Toolbox Inc. Answered Thursday, May 11,2017 at 10:56 AM Carlos, the easiest way to connect to Visual Studio.NET to an OPC Server is going to be to use a toolkit that handles all the details of the OPC communications for you and gives you simple .NET methods for read, write subscribe. I suggest you have a look at the OPC Data Client toolkit at http://www.softwaretoolbox.com/opcdataclient.html for examples, training videos, etc. Stephen Mokey , Digitronik Labs Answered Thursday, May 11,2017 at 10:51 AM Hi Carlos, I just shot you an email. Happy to discuss this project.