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  • #3478
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    syndrome5
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    Ok It also works on Linux

    #3488
    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    Cool! What Linux have you tested with the driver?
    Can you suggest a simulator of OPC UA server?

    #3492
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    syndrome5
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    I’m on CentOS 7.
    I’m using the node-opcua from https://github.com/node-opcua/node-opcua ! I created my little one, and by default you have some interesting informations, like the Free Memory (the data on the last screen tho)

    #3502
    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    How do you integrate node-opcua with .NET?

    #3510
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    syndrome5
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    Node-opcua is using nodeJS/JS, not .NET

    #3517
    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    Of course, sorry ))

    Would you create a release of your driver on GitHub to allow others to easily use the driver?

    #3526
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    syndrome5
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    I need time to make a beautiful release without bug and with all features work. So It won’t be immediately available. Feel free to do it from my Github if you got some time (I prepared the Readme to install it as easier as possible).

    #3527
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    syndrome5
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    Another question : for the command, you can only make boolean command on/off ? I would like to command the vars with an input (for values ofc) ?

    #3533
    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    for the command, you can only make boolean command on/off ?

    Command of the Standard type has a value of double type.
    Binary command allows sending any data.

    #3538
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    jacklondon
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    Awesome Job!!!

    #3546
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    syndrome5
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    Ok I’ll look deeper how is it later, thank you.
    Thanks jacklondon.

    I updated the github, I added the linux compatibility. Follow carefully README steps to make it properly. Also, after tests, I found what and how DLLs must be in the project. So it’s in the repo and explained how to manage them. At this point, normally, you would be able to make your own KpOpcUA without problem and windows and linux.

    #3550
    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    I will recommend OPC UA to our users 🙂

    #3555
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    syndrome5
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    I made the release of the actual version with all needed details (status, installation guide for windows & linux).
    Available on my Github : https://github.com/syndrome5/KpOpcUA/releases/tag/1.0.0.0
    You can use these files for the online demo. You ofc need to deploy an OPC UA server (I recommend node-opcua) with, for this example, a folder called “MyDevice” with one item inside with BrowseName “FreeMemory” and its DataType is Double.

    #3564
    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    Awesome!
    I will add the driver to the repository. When I do it, I’ll write here.

    #3615
    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    I added the driver to the repository http://demo.rapidscada.net/plugins/Store/Store.aspx

    Keep us up-to-date about the changes please.

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