Additional database help is available here
Oak Brook, IL - Three additional stories related to the June 2002 Control Engineering article, ''How to Get the Most from a Database,'' were published at Control Engineering Online recently.
''Six tips for designing a manufacturing database'' includes practical advice about organizing information, from Jeff Buck, system architect, Rockwell Automation. www.controleng.com/index.asp
''Database connections provide ways and means'' shows how an Opto 22 application allows data to flow in two directions and how Northwest Analytical software integrates data. www.controleng.com/index.asp
The original article in the print edition, ''How to Get the Most from a Database,'' explains how databases record, analyze and relay plant-floor information, often behind the scenes. It also offers advice on ''how to make your database work for you, rather than the other way around.'' www.controleng.com/index.asp
Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief