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'''Description'''
 
'''Description'''
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<br>Methods represent the function calls of Objects. They are invoked with a standard UA Service and return only after completion (successful or unsuccessful). Execution times for methods may vary, depending on the function that they perform.
Methods and the definition of arguments are available in the Address Space.
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Methods can be called.
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'''Usage Considerations'''
 
'''Usage Considerations'''
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* Methods are exposed in the Address Space with their name and argument definitions.  
  
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[http://opcfoundation.org/UA-Profile/Client/Method '''Call arbitrary Methods''']
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* [http://opcfoundation.org/UA-Profile/Server/GlobalCertificateManagement '''Global Certificate Management Server Profile''']
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[http://opcfoundation.org/UA-Profile/Server/Methods '''Expose Methods and support invocation''']
* [http://opcfoundation.org/UA-Profile/Client/GlobalCertificateManagement '''Global Certificate Management Client Profile''']
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Latest revision as of 12:42, 9 February 2015

URN:          https://opcfoundation.org/wiki/index.php/InformationAccess/Methods

Description
Methods represent the function calls of Objects. They are invoked with a standard UA Service and return only after completion (successful or unsuccessful). Execution times for methods may vary, depending on the function that they perform.

Usage Considerations

  • Methods are exposed in the Address Space with their name and argument definitions.

Conformance Testing

Client Server

Call arbitrary Methods

Expose Methods and support invocation