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Specific DataType

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I want to display several values in one node. Simple types that allow you to display arrays are not very suitable, because I need each value to have its own timestamp.
What can you recommend to me?

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Re: Specific DataType

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By default, a value has a timestamp and a status code.

You can define your own strucutre data type with any kind of content (e.g. an array of a structure that has a value and timestamp) if a value contains different samples with different timestamps. Another option would be to have values and offsets to the timestamp in a structure data type.
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