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KillTag Command - is http ok enough for SAP AII ?

Hi friends ,

When we are doing Tag decommissioning ( Kill Tag) , SAP AII sends the Kill Tag command to device Controller . ie., posting that command message to that particular URL. Once it has done we are getting the http ok . But, for eg., SAP AII Sends the Kil tag commmand to kill 2 tags but one tag failed to kill then in SAP AII entry as 2 tags are killed . But actually one tag is killed .

If SAP AII receives only http ok . How SAP knows the propoer decommisioning done by Device controller ?

any synchronus response can we post from device controller ?

Thanks & regards.,

V.Rangarajan

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  • Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 07:46 AM

    Hello Ranga,

    for AII the http ok code is fine, but for your business process it seems unsufficent 😔

    A solution would be that your device controller sends you an observation message including the not-killed tag. In AII you set the status of the object.

    Best regards

    Michael

    Edited by: Michael Habermüller on Apr 11, 2008 9:46 AM

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    • Hi Michal ,

      Thanks your valuable reply.

      A solution would be that your device controller sends you an observation message including the not-killed tag. In AII you set the status of the object.

      Can you please answer the following

      1.If we receive the notfication message including the not-killed tag from device controller. How AII will treat those tags ?

      2. May i know how to set the status of the Object in AII ?

      3.Can we configure SAP AII , as instead of HTTP ok can we get synchronous response messsage if any tag failed to kill ?

      3. When an how the Tag Decommissioning is triggered from SAP AII ? For testing i have copied the rule TAGDECOM_AA and via autoid test tool i have sent one tag .It is decommsioned . is it the way ?

      4. Where to set ACCESS and Kill password ?

      Thanks & regards.,

      V.Rangarajan

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