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From venki hadoop <hadoopons...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Exploring Plc4x
Date Wed, 20 May 2020 08:43:48 GMT
Hi Team,.
               Was able to successfully push data from OPC UA server using
poll mechanism by fallowing example hello-kafka connectivity.
                                                                 Now I
started testing with mod bus plc then logstash and elastic search. Will
update and post if I have any questions here.
On Tuesday, May 19, 2020, venki hadoop <hadooponsite@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>  I was able to use prosys OPC UA simulator and able to read simulated data
> using plc4x. Fallowed plc4x documentation with couple of changes.
>                        Now want to extend this by pushing this data to
> Kafka using kafka connector. So I went through the example provided in
> GitHub , have couple of questions:.                  1 . Is that example
> general to any protocal or only for any specific protocal?
>                                                     2. If it is general, I
> don't understand memeory block field in plc configuration pojo? Bcz in OPC
> UA example o just used filed name to retrieve simulated value.
>            Regards,.
>                             Venkatesh
> On Monday, May 18, 2020, venki hadoop <hadooponsite@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Thanks Lukas, Let me go through the video and will post updated about my
>> POC status in this thread.
>>
>> On Monday, May 18, 2020, Lukas Ott <ott.lukas.14@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Venki welcome to the PLC4X community,
>>>
>>> First direction we can point you to is the webinar from Julian:
>>> https://youtu.be/MIp_0OcDTr4 There he shows in detail how to connect
>>> Siemens PLCs to PLC4X.
>>> Additionally he shows you how to connect to a simulated PLC server which
>>> is
>>> maybe what you are looking for to test and develop your application with
>>> the Kafka connector.
>>>
>>> Best regards,
>>> Lukas
>>>
>>> Am Mo., 18. Mai 2020 um 16:04 Uhr schrieb venki hadoop <
>>> hadooponsite@gmail.com>:
>>>
>>> > ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>> > From: *venki hadoop* <hadooponsite@gmail.com>
>>> > Date: Saturday, May 16, 2020
>>> > Subject: Exploring Plc4x
>>> > To: dev-subscribe@plc4x.apache.org
>>> > Cc: chtistofer.dutz@c-ware.de
>>> >
>>> >
>>> > Hello Everyone,
>>> >                  Am a big data/cloud architect working on analytics
>>> from
>>> > India. Was working in IOT industry since 2 years with different
>>> clients but
>>> > mostly on analytics side than machine side. Recently when exploring
>>> about
>>> > IIOT got to know about plc4x tool. Since then trying to explore and
>>> present
>>> > to larger audience in my company if it suits our requirements.
>>> >                                                                So what
>>> am
>>> > planning right now is :                                          Read
>>> > streaming data from siemens device and push it Kafka from there
>>> dashboard.
>>> > From examples provided in documentation was able to easily correlate
>>> > pushing data into Kafka and afterwards.  But as I don't have any
>>> experience
>>> > it's hard to understand for me about the device configuration and
>>> > integrating with plc4x( I know this are basic plc questions, please
>>> bear me
>>> > with me for some time). Now in order to start my poc, I need fallowing
>>> > information. Can someone help me on this.          1. Any siemens plc
>>> > device simulator for poc?                       2. What configuration
>>> we
>>> > need and we have to check from plc side( assuming I have some
>>> temperature
>>> > kind of sensor).
>>> >                       3. How to point to plc output data from Kafka
>>> > connect?( Was confused with memory blocks, fields, etc in the code).
>>> >
>>> >      I know this are very basic questions from plc side, but my no
>>> > experience with plc side make me hard to understand using Google.
>>> >                                                Last but not least,
>>> thanks
>>> > Christofer for introducing me for this platform and plc4x tool.
>>> >                                    Best Regards,
>>> >
>>>
>>

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