Information status: Updated
- Generates a user`s sequence on a attribute of a specified device. The sequence
- generated is gave by a command. It can be generated once, n times or indefinitly (until stop by user). Be aware that the timings for the generation are software (so not very precise).
Key words: Miscellaneous
Platform: All Platforms
Bus: Not Applicable
|This command gets the device state (stored in its device_state data member) and returns it to the caller.|
|This command gets the device status (stored in its device_status data member) and returns it to the caller.|
|Start the sequence generation.|
|Stop the sequence generation.|
|Pause the sequence generation.|
|Restart the sequence generation previoulsy paused (with Pause command).|
|Give the device one sequence to generate.|
|Give the device the waiting times of the sequence.|
|AttributeProxyWriteDevString||The name of the attribute on which to generate the sequence.|
|AttributeProxyReadDevString||The name of the attribute used to verify that the written value of AttributeProxyWrite has been reached.|
|DeltaDevDouble||The minimum acceptable difference between the value AttributeProxyWrite and AttributeProxyRead.|
|TimeoutDevDouble||The time in seconds to wait for AttributeProxyRead has reached AttributeProxyWrite.|
|PollingPeriodDevDouble||The period in seconds at which AttributeProxyRead is read to check that it has reached the written value.|
|IterationsDevLong||The number of times the given sequence that will be generated once Start command is called. It can be 1..n or 0 to generate it indefinilty (until Stop command is called).|
|SequenceSizeDevLong||The number of elements in a sequence.|
|FilePathDevString||Path where the sequence files can be saved or loaded. Files` name, for a device named A/B/C, are: - A#B#C_SequenceValues.dat for sequence values, - A#B#C_WaitingTimes.dat for waiting times.|
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b'//-============================================================\n//\n// This class has been generated by POGO\n// (Program Obviously used to Generate tango Object)\n//\n// (c) - Software Engineering Group - ESRF\n//=============================================================\n\n\nFiles generated:\n===============\nAttributeSequenceWriter.cpp: Source code for the AttributeSequenceWriter class and its commands.\n This class is derived from DeviceImpl_2 class.\n It represents the CORBA servant obbject which\n will be accessed from the network.\n All commands which can be executed on the\n AttributeSequenceWriter are implemented in this file.\n\nAttributeSequenceWriter.h: Include for the AttributeSequenceWriter class.\n Server class prototypes and descriptions.\n\nAttributeSequenceWriterClass.cpp: A singleton class derived fromAttributeSequenceWriter.\n It implements the command list and all properties\n and methods required by the AttributeSequenceWriter once per process\n\nAttributeSequenceWriterClass.h:\tInclude for the AttributeSequenceWriterClass root class.\n This class is represents the singleton class for\n the AttributeSequenceWriter device class.\n It contains all properties and methods which the \n AttributeSequenceWriter requires only once e.g. the commands.\n\nmain.cpp:\t\tC++ source for a TANGO device server main.\n The main rule is to initialise (and create) the Tango\n system and to create the DServerClass singleton.\n The main should be the same for every Tango device server.\n\nClassFactory.cpp:\tC++ source for the class_factory method of the DServer\n device class. This method is responsible to create\n all class singletin for a device server. It is called\n at device server startup\n'
The device class has been updated.
You can see previous version here .
23 Feb 2017, Piotr Goryl
The device class has been added to catalogue.