Talk:Open Platform Communications
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Clarity of the article
I don't find the article to be very clear. After reading, I am still not sure what OPC does. Some examples and pictures/diagrams would be useful — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 14:23, 15 October 2013 (UTC)
I have a little bit confusion in " what is the main difference between the OPC and DDE comunication"? Can any one help me?
For reference you can contact me at "firstname.lastname@example.org".
DDE use clipboard to store data temporarily and retrives on particular interval while OPC is used for realtime processes like handshaking for any query contact me email@example.com
OPC now Open Process Collaboration?
Hasn't the official meaning of OPC changed to Open Process Collaboration?
That is what Nathan Pocock claimed in the software developer radio show ".NET Rocks" on 2008-08-07 (it is also stated on the associated web page - see the last link below),
10 m 40 s - 11 m 50 s:
MP3 (42 MB): <http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/netRocksFullMp3Downloads/~5/329570652/dotnetrocks_0357_nathan_pocock.mp3> (Short: <http://shrinkster.com/1170>.)
Home page for the OPC episode: <http://www.dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?showNum=357>
OPC based SCADA
URL/References out of date
Requested move 8 April 2015
What does OPC stand for?
Well I guess the name of the article is completely wrong. The Source given for the reason of the name "Open Platform Communications" shows a text, where this name is not mentioned once . So it is completely incorrect. The OPC Foundation still doesn't have full name for OPC. It seems to be just three letters with a historical meaning and that's it. --Neto-Zeme (talk)
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