DataMiner Dojo update – May 2022

DataMiner Dojo update – May 2022

Bye-bye, FOMO – Catch up on the latest and greatest the DataMiner Community has to offer!

Welcome to our monthly DataMiner Dojo update, FOMO DOJO.

Our community continuously provides interesting insights, fascinating use cases, and other useful resources that are just too valuable to miss out on!

That’s why we’ve put together this time-saving overview with all of April’s top picks from the DataMiner Community.

Now you have the latest and greatest DataMiner Community information right at your fingertips. So, what are you waiting for?

Editor’s pick: 5 must-read blog posts

Catch up on the latest news, from the tiniest DataMiner details to the latest industry trends.

  1. DataMiner SRM goes on steroids with even more modular choices 2 min. read
  2. How we do it: peer code review 2 min. read
  3. Let’s talk AI: automatic detection of frozen states 1 min. read
  4. IDP 1.1.20 – An easier way to manage discover profiles 1 min. read
  5. What’s new in DataMiner Integration Studio v2.37 1 min. read

Major DataMiner SRM update
Say hello to our brand-new modular SRM family

The renewed DataMiner SRM stack empowers teams to cherry-pick the right tools for the right job at the right moment so that they can effortlessly reach the optimal level of automation.

Editor’s pick: 5 questions and their answers

Join the DataMiner discussion, from the tiniest details to the biggest trends.
Over 2,700 questions have been posted and answered already.

  1. Can I set analytical coloring as default for the entire node edge visualization?
  2. How do I determine the Write parameter ID?
  3. Is DataMiner compatible with AMAIC?
  4. How to display a trend graph for parameters with indices?
  5. How do the “Element Timeout” settings work?

Want to join in?

Ask a question of your own and get it answered by the community!

Please note that you need to be logged in to access our Q&A portal: in the top-right corner of the screen, click LOG IN and authenticate yourself with your corporate email address.

DataMiner Documentation source on GitHub
Improve the experience of your peers

Recently, we moved all our developer documentation to But that was just the beginning. Now we’ve started the process of moving more and more documents over there. Why? Because GitHub is such an easy and user-friendly platform for providing feedback!

DataMiner at upcoming industry events

May 10–12

Koelnmesse, Cologne – Hall 7, A21

May 17–19,

Dubai World Trade Center – Booth C6–10

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