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When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,

they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This


object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,
they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This
object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,
they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This
object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,
they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This
object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,
they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This
object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,
they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This
object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,
they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This
object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,
they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This
object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,
they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This
object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,
they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This
object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,
they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This
object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,
they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This
object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,
they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This
object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,
they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This
object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using When tags are read from a Wonderware Historian database,
they are each stored in an instance of the aaTag object. This
object provides read-only properties for accessing the
information about the tag that was obtained from the
Wonderware Historian.
Using aaTag in an Application
You can use the aaTag object's properties in runtime scripts
in your application to get configuration information for a tag.
Also, this object is referenced with parameters from other
Wonderware Historian Client objects and controls.
aaTag Properties
The aaTag properties are:
� DateCreated
� Description
� IOAddress
� MaxRaw
� MinRaw
� MinEU
� MaxEU
� Message0
� Message1
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� Mode
� Name
� RawType
� Server
� Type
� TypeAsTagType
� Units
DateCreated
This read-only property returns the date that the tag was
created.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.DateCreated;
Return Value
The return value is of type DateTime.
Remarks
The default value is the current time.
Description
This read-only property returns the description of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.Description;
Return Value
The return value is a message value.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
IOAddress
This read-only property returns the I/O address of the tag.
Syntax
Result = aaTag.IOAddress;
Return Value
The return value is a message.
Remarks
The default value is NULL.
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Using