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PollCat NetLink-VIP & PollCat NLJ-VIP - User’s Guide
Notes:
If both Alarm Filters include identical clue names, the data
release command must specify the desired Filter. For example,
if Alarm Filters 1 and 2 both include a clue named TEST, to
retrieve alarm data from filter 1, the command would be invoked
as ^B01,A1,"TEST".
Square brackets are not included in the command line. They are
shown here to indicate optional command arguments.
Each option is preceded by a comma, with the exception of the
Start Record option (@n.) Do not enter a comma before the
"@" character.
When all specified records have been released, the "End
Data" message is sent. If "Hold End Data" is enabled, a ^B02
command is required in order to release the End Data message,
and complete the data release operation.
If "Data On ^B01" is disabled, a ^B02 command must be sent in
order to begin data release.
When Command ^B01,n is invoked to release data in groups of n
records, type ^B02 [Enter] to release the next group of records,
or type ^B06 [Enter] to resend the previous group.
16.3.3. Command ^B01 Examples
As shown in the examples below, arguments can be combined in a single
command line to further define the data release format.
Examples:
^B01,PA,10 would release only data received via PBX Port A. Data
would be released in groups of ten records. Note that a ^B02 would be
required in order to release any subsequent groups of data.
^B01,PX@10 would release only data received via the Auxiliary Port,
beginning with the tenth record.
^B01,PB@65,12 would release only data received via PBX Port
B. Data would be released in groups of twelve records, beginning
with the 65th record. Note that a ^B02 would be required in order to
release any subsequent groups of data.
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