RS232 to MS SQL Server Bridge - RS232 to MS SQL Server. Logging data from RS-232 to MSSQL Server database

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RS232 to MS SQL Server using our data logger software

Complete the following steps to configure our software for data logging from RS232 to SQL Server. If you are not familiar with the SQL dialect, please use the RS232 to ODBC method instead. ODBC drivers for SQL Server are includes in Windows Vista, Windows 7, and higher.

1. Download RS-232 Logger Software

Download and install our software.

Download RS232 to MS SQL Server Bridge

You may download Advanced Serial Data Logger and all necessary plugins from our download area. Plugins can be downloaded separately here.

You will need the following plugins:

  • The "ASCII Data Parser" plugin processes data flow and splits it to column values (already included in the installation package).
  • The "SQL Database Pro" plugin writes data from RS232 to the MS SQL Server database. This plugin will connect to the SQL Server directly and requires SQL Server Client tools.

The following diagram illustrates the internal data flow from RS232 to MSSQL.

 

RS232 to MSSQL data flow

 

2. Configure the ASCII data parser

RS232 data parser

Our tutorials section contains several examples of different data formats. Also, our support team will glad to help you with the parser settings.

3. Create a SQL Server database and table with a necessary structure

Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio

You can easily do it with the help of Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio. Also, you may use any third-party tool for it. Don't forget to grant the necessary rights to the new table.

4. Configure a connection in the SQL Database Pro plugin

MySQL data export

You can find a detailed description in the following tutorial.

5. Specify a SQL statement to insert RS232 data to Microsoft SQL Server

 

 

RS-232 to SQL Server Glossary

RS232 Port, RS232, RS-232 - usually identifies serial ports more or less compliant to the RS-232 standard.

MS SQL Server - it is a relational database server, developed by Microsoft.