• R
    rsb89

    Hi,

    I would like to know what the difference between getProperty and readProperty is?

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  • R
    rsb89

    Hi,

    I want to search for a device by its name. I tried to do this with WhoHasRequest this way:

    
    localDevice.sendGlobalBroadcast(new WhoIsRequest(null, new CharacterString("TDev");
    
    

    With VTS I modeled a device named "TDev". I also can see the request in the VTS but I don't get a response. Has anybody an idea where the problem could be?

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  • R
    rsb89

    Hi,

    I use BACnet4j and want to run more than one LocalDevice on one physical Device. I tried to set another Port (first Device 0xBAC0, second Device 0xBAC1 for example) but the IAm from the second Device goes wrong because it's sending to Port 0xBAC1 instead of 0xBAC0. So other physical devices don't get the message. My solution for this (so far) is to send the IAm from Device 2 with Device 1 ("device1.sendGlobalBroadcast(device2.getIAM())" but i'm not sure if this is confusing for other physical Devices. Is there a better solution?

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  • R
    rsb89

    Hi,

    my question is if BACnet4J supports BACnet/WS or if the stack provides some features to implement the BACnet Web Services.

    Regards
    Robert

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  • R
    rsb89

    Hi everyone,

    has anyone an idea where I can get the sourcecode from the seroUtils.jar? I'm working with a framework (OSGi) which can't handle this jar-file so I want to include the code.

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  • R
    rsb89

    Hi everyone,

    I'm new with BACnet(4J) and have some problems.

    So I've started the "SlaveDeviceTest" and I see the I-AM packet in Wireshark and also VTS. Everything fine so far! But the example isn't answering to a WHO-IS-request by VTS. If I'm right, the stack should answering automatically. Is that correct?

    One more question:
    Do I have to add a listener?

    localDevice.getEventHandler().addListener(new Listener());
    

    What happens, if I don't do that? Are there evenhandler by default?

    Sorry for my english, it's my first post in a discussion board in that language. But I hope my problem is unerstandable :)

    Regards from Germany

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  • R
    rsb89

    Hello TJ,

    can you check to which port the WhoIs is sent? (for example with Wireshark)

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  • R
    rsb89

    After working more intensively with BACnet4J, I came to the conclusion that it is not supported.

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  • R
    rsb89

    On the recipient side, SubscribeCOV is supported, but not SubscribeCOVProperty.

    I implemented my own SlaveDevice and it is supporting SubscribeCOV but not SubscribeCOVProperty. But I would like to subscribe just one property, not all. How Can I achieve that my slavedevice supports this?

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  • R
    rsb89

    Next question, in hopes that I get an answer eventually ;)

    Is it possible to detect which type data has to be I want to write?

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