RESTful feature


#1

Hello!
I upgraded my S1 PAC controller to firmware 9.5, and tested the RESTful feature. I can read the data in the PAC through the IE. Excuse me, can I write data through the IE to S1 PAC? What should we do if we can do it? Like this, “” https://10.10.10.2/api/v1/device/strategy/vars/int32s/pump_count"".

Thanks.

zhang


#2

The value you want to write needs to go into the body of a post request. You can’t do this directly in the browser unless you create a html document to do so.

You may want to try a utility like Postman, which is a Chrome App that allows you to make get, put and post requests.


#3

Hi RESTful fans,
You can also do a write using [U][B]this peer-to-peer example[/B][/U], FYI.
Enjoy the REST of your day! (Har)
-OptoMary


#4

Hello everyone。 Who has C# example code, read and write data in R1, using RESTful.
Thank you very much.


#5

Did you get your C# code going? We have more samples coming very soon on developer.opto22.com


#6

Thank you .I’ll be concerned.


#7

.NET Controller SDK for SNAP PAC
Is that?


#8

No, here’s one example for reading (the write should be coming soon):

http://developer.opto22.com/rest/pac/examples/read-a-point/


#9

Thank you.
This code uses the RESTful feature. “.NET Controller SDK for SNAP PAC” is using the OptoMMP protocol . Am I right?


#10

No, the .Net OptoMMP SDK is for OptoMMP.
The “controller SDK” (one of our newer ones) is for communicating w/the controller and it’s strategy tags. This page has more descriptions of each:
http://developer.opto22.com/dotnet/