|How to create an Eclipse project for an OPC DA interface? [message #1706291]
||Tue, 25 August 2015 13:27
| Ahmet Ekrem SABAN
Registered: April 2011
I am a consulter and started shortly in a project where we have to use both the OPC DA & the REST API. But in a first step, we decided to install Eclipse SCADA & make a communication with an OPC DA simulator. The first job is to install an Eclipse SCADA project, because SCADA includes both interfaces with pure Java & does not need any OS-specific code/resources like DLLs etc.
On the Web, I found a tutorial, but the page seems to be outdated. The enlisted resources such as this does not exist (anymore).
The error message of eclipse Kepler 4.3, not finding the resource, is:
Error Contacting Site
No software found at http://git.eclipse.org/c/eclipsedata/org.eclipse.scada.base.git.
Do you want to edit the location? [ No ] [ Yes ]
Same for the page at openSCADA, where I get the same error.
My problem is not only this link error. What I need is a simple tutorial that creates an appropriate Eclipse project & communicates with an OPC DA simulator.
What we have done sofar:
- Installed the Oracle VM VirtualBox Linux Debian to run near to Raspberry Pi
- Installed the Oracle VM VirtualBox Windows 7 to run the
- Installed a Windows 7 virtual machine to run the Matrikon OPC Simultor
- Installed Eclipse Kepler 4.3, a it is said that Eclipse SCADA is running there
- The Java 1.8 SE & its JDK
Do you know resources (like tutorials) for an OPC DA newbie? I found one on YouTube for a Modbus project, but it is not the one I need.
Thank you in advance!
[Updated on: Tue, 25 August 2015 13:32]
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