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This example shows the enrichment of AAS data loaded from an aasx file with a static Submodel.


The following components are used:


In the first step an AAS-Server and a Registry-Server is started by the methodes startAASServer() and startRegistry().

Then the AASXPackageManager is used to load example AASs/SMs form an .aasx file into a Set of AASBundle objects.

// Load Bundles from .aasx file
AASXPackageManager packageManager = new AASXPackageManager("aasx/01_Festo.aasx");
Set<AASBundle> bundles = packageManager.retrieveAASBundles();


A new Submodel is added to one of the bundles. The correct bundle is found by the idShort of its AAS.

// Get the correct Bundle form the Set
AASBundle bundle = findBundle(bundles, AAS_ID_SHORT);
 
// Add the new SubModel to the Bundle
bundle.getSubmodels().add(sm);


These bundles are then uploaded to the server using the AASBundleIntegrator.

// Load the new Bundles to the Server
AASBundleIntegrator.integrate(new AASAggregatorProxy(SERVER_URL), bundles);


The last step is to register the newly uploaded AAS/SM objects. This is done by a separate method registerBundles(). It iterates over a given Set of bundles and registers all contained AASs/SMs.

// Get a RegistryProxy and register all Objects contained in the Bundles
AASRegistryProxy proxy = new AASRegistryProxy(REGISTRY_URL);
registerBundles(bundles, proxy, SERVER_URL);



An example of how to execute and use the scenario can be found in TestStaticDynamicScenario.

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