Versions Compared


  • This line was added.
  • This line was removed.
  • Formatting was changed.

About FrameworX Documentation

In this section, you'll find links to all of the main sections of our documentation, including a broad overview and information relating to modules, architectures, installation, and our main User Guide. The sidebar on the left is a table of contents organized so you can navigate easily and quickly through Tatsoft's features, modules, functions, and so forth. 

Platform Overview

This sections gives an overview on key features and highlights, architecture, core modules and application areas. Platform Overview

What's New In 9.2

Are you looking for something that has changed? Or maybe you want to see what we have been adding to the software? Check the New in 9.2 page for a list of improvements.  New in this Version.

Getting Support And Training

You can find our free online Training Courses at, where we have courses from basic to advanced.

For registered users, submit a ticket by email or at our support portal

User Manual

Our User Manual gives a comprehensive technical reference on creating and deploying solutions. User Manual.

Integrations And Communication Drivers 

Connectivity is one of our core values: we have native Integrations to OPC UA, MQTT and Canary Labs, and we offer over 70+ Communication Drivers. Integrations.

Project Examples

Check the Demo projects included in the product installation, and the various Project Examples about specific features.

Image Added

All Tatsoft products are trademarks or registered trademarks of Tatsoft. Other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. Every effort was made to provide online information as accurate and complete as possible, but no warranty nor fitness is implied. The information is provided on an “as is” basis. Tatsoft shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any entity or person respect to any loss or damages arising from the information made available online or in the manuals. All rights reserved. No parts of this work may be reproduced in any form, or by any means, without the written permission of the publisher.

Easy Heading Macro
navigationTitleOn this page

titleWelcome to our New and Improved in 9.2 Highlights List!

For a quick highlight of some of the features and benefits included in 9.2, click the links below.

Detailed docs are in the menu to the left. 

Existing customers with a support contract can head over to to submit a ticket.

Join our forum. Ask questions. Leave feedback, ideas, or anything else relevant. 

Grab the latest software (Download Page) and let us know what you think. We are here for you! - The Tatsoft Team

Additional Features


Integrated Canary Historian


Find Detailed Docs Here: Canary Labs

Tatsoft Canary Historian

  • Includes embedded and integrated Canary Historian, available with FrameworX 9.2
  • Includes free, 500 Canary Historian tags with any license – Edge to FrameworX Unlimited.
  • Add Tags to the 500 points (from 1500 to Unlimited!)
  • Unlimited tag option w/FrameworX Unlimited
  • Native integration to Canary Historian and Canary System via Tag Provider

Image Removed

AnchorCanary TagCanary Tag

Easily Connect to Any Canary Server


Find Detailed Docs Here: Tag Provider

Canary and Tatsoft share a common tag definition and asset modeling

In addition to the embedded Canary Historian, we also have a new built-in integration with the Canary System that is easy to use, high speed and extremely secure, as it leverages Canary’s .NET API to connect at the core level, allowing you to publish and consume data and use Canary’s tags and models as well. 
There’s no need for extra configuration or even to create tags within FrameworX – simply define the server and browse the assets you need!

<iframe width="460" height="615" src="" title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>

Asset Data Modeling


Find Detailed Docs Here: Asset Data Modeling

Easily develop a Unified Namespace or any Asset Hierarchy

  • Easily add and combine metadata from multiple systems into a single cohesive Asset Model
  • Organize your Tags in a folder structure with Logical Names
  • Simplify visualization and navigation through templates
  • Consume or Integrate external Models or Namespaces
  • Auto Tag Creation

Add clarity and context. Deliver all the info you need to anyone, anywhere, anytime.

Image Removed

AnchorDynamic Tag ProviderDynamic Tag Provider

Dynamic Tag Provider


Find Detailed Docs Here: Tag Provider

Automatic & Tagless Connections!

  • Connect to external data sources and consume their Namespaces
  • Automatically access all tags and data structures by connecting to the provider with a simple configuration
  • The connected provider’s Tags and Namespace will be available for use in FrameworX (screens, scripts, symbols, and more)
  • Many types of Tag Providers
    • Protocols, Historians or Devices

Image Removed


New MQTT Tools and Enhancements


Find Detailed Docs Here: MQTT

  • New MQTT Simulator
  • New Embedded Broker
  • SparkplugB Enhancements
  • Azure IoT Hub
  • Store-and-Forward
  • HiveMQ Integration

Image Removed

AnchorClient SimulatorClient Simulator

MQTT Client Simulator

With FrameworX 9.2, we are releasing a MQTT Client simulator (with Sparkplug) to make testing easier and faster – testing for projects in general, testing for communication with the FrameworX MQTT Client, and for testing our new Dynamic Tag Provider functionality with MQTT.

Why struggle with multiple tools? With this simulator, you can easily publish 30k simulated values to the MQTT Broker – all from the same design environment.

Image Removed




Get in touch to learn more.

We’ve Made Choosing A MQTT Broker Much Easier!

Those familiar with MQTT know that projects using this technology need a MQTT Broker: with FrameworX, we connect to any brokers that use MQTT protocols, as well as MQTT SparkplugB and Azure IoT, and also including an embedded MQTT Broker for testing and development.

As your applications expand, or if you want the benefits and support of an enterprise class MQTT Broker, you can buy a bundled HiveMQ subscription license with any Tatsoft product.

  • Available in multiple configurations
  • HiveMQ Industrial Edge – Basic Edition – 250 MQTT Clients
  • HiveMQ Industrial Edge – Premier Edition – 1000 MQTT Clients
  • HiveMQ Professional Edition – Unlimited Clients

Image Removed


OPC UA Improvements


Find Detailed Docs Here: OPA UA

Easy Integrations: Easier to find and browse data; based on the latest OPC UA specifications.

More Secure: Easier to configure; More authentication and encryption capabilities to protect data.

More Connectivity: Support is available for Windows and Linux devices

Enhanced Performance: Performance improvements, connecting and exchanging data faster than before

Image Removed



Web Interfaces from both Linux and Windows servers!

  • Performance (Startup, visibility objects, etc)
  • Bug fixes
  • Enabled GetControl
  • Enabled Popup/StaysOpenLostFocus
  • Enabled GridControl Cell data format feature.
  • Enabled vertical alignment for TextBox, RadioBox, and CheckBox.
  • Enabled MultiPopup
  • Enabled AssetControl
  • New methods: GetParentSymbol, GetParentDisplay
  • New TK method: CreateSymbol
  • Added method: GetChildrenElements
  • Enabled array multidimensional.
  • Included MAP control.
  • Enabled Dashboard and added HTML5 Custom controls for Linux (Mono) projects.
  • Enabled retentive tag client.

Linux Support Enhancements

General improvements such as:

  • OPC UA Support 
  • Docker Support
  • MQTT SparkplugB with Store&Forward
  • EdgeGateway family available to Linux

Rockwell ControlLogix And CompactLogix Auto-Discover

You can now connect to the ControlLogix device and see all available PLC addresses – that means ConttrolLogix may be added as a Tag Provider, allow you to access their data models and definitions without creating any tags within FrameworX.


Edge Store-And-Forward

Canary and MQTT

We’ve added the Store-And-Forward functionality when FrameworX publishes data to the Canary Historian or a MQTT Broker, which means we temporary store the data of a message for transmission to its destination at a later time, in case the network is not accessible for any reason. 

This functionality is essential in data collection projects, where the data is sent to a remote repository.

Image Removed


Distributed Applications Demo


Find Detailed Docs Here: Demo

We’ve added a new demo project that showcases an example of distributed applications, simulating the collection, publishing, and viewing of the data of a solar panel project.

Image Removed