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    Andreas Vogt

    I have figured out by myself. You have to send a new WritePropertyRequest on present value but insted of the pv value you have to send a "PriorityValue" with "Null".

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    Andreas Vogt

    Hello Guys

    If I use the WritePropertyRequest to write a present value, I do this with the priority 8 (Manual Operation).
    As shown in the example:
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    This works fine but if I want to release the manual operation again, what do I have to do?
    Do I have to send a new WritePropertyRequest which sets the PriorityValue back to null?

    Many thanks for your support!

    Regards
    Andreas

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    Andreas Vogt

    Hi phil

    Meanwhile I found the "Destination" type in the type package. I could registered the LocalDevcie on my RemoteDevices at the notifications class objects.
    Now I am goning to try the intrinsic reporting as you said.

    Many thanks for your hepl!

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    Andreas Vogt

    Hello Guys
    I guess I have the same problem as revanreddy. The DeviceEventListener works fine for COV in datapoints like present value. But how do I get the Events/Alarms in the eventNotificationReceived
    method?

    I think, I have to set the localDevice as a receifer in the notifications class on the the remote device. Could you guys help me out with an example or test class?
    Thanks in advance!

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