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| Connect to AAS || [[BaSyx.Examples.Snippets.AASConnection.Java | (Java)]] || Illustrates the connection to an Asset Administration Shell || [https://git.eclipse.org/r/plugins/gitiles/basyx/basyx/+/master/examples/basys.examples/src/main/java/org/eclipse/basyx/examples/snippets/manager/RetrieveAAS.java Java]
 
| Connect to AAS || [[BaSyx.Examples.Snippets.AASConnection.Java | (Java)]] || Illustrates the connection to an Asset Administration Shell || [https://git.eclipse.org/r/plugins/gitiles/basyx/basyx/+/master/examples/basys.examples/src/main/java/org/eclipse/basyx/examples/snippets/manager/RetrieveAAS.java Java]
 
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| Delete AAS || || Illustrates the deletion of an Asset Administration Shell from a remote server || [https://git.eclipse.org/r/plugins/gitiles/basyx/basyx/+/master/examples/basys.examples/src/main/java/org/eclipse/basyx/examples/snippets/manager/RetrieveAAS.java Java]
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| Delete AAS || || Illustrates the deletion of an Asset Administration Shell from a remote server || [https://git.eclipse.org/r/plugins/gitiles/basyx/basyx/+/master/examples/basys.examples/src/main/java/org/eclipse/basyx/examples/snippets/manager/DeleteAAS.java Java]
 
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| Register Submodel ||  || Register a Submodel to an existing AAS descriptor || [https://git.eclipse.org/r/plugins/gitiles/basyx/basyx/+/master/examples/basys.examples/src/main/java/org/eclipse/basyx/examples/snippets/registry/RegisterSubmodel.java Java]
 
| Register Submodel ||  || Register a Submodel to an existing AAS descriptor || [https://git.eclipse.org/r/plugins/gitiles/basyx/basyx/+/master/examples/basys.examples/src/main/java/org/eclipse/basyx/examples/snippets/registry/RegisterSubmodel.java Java]
 
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| Lookup Submodel ||  || Retrieve a Submodel from a registry || [https://git.eclipse.org/r/plugins/gitiles/basyx/basyx/+/master/examples/basys.examples/src/main/java/org/eclipse/basyx/examples/snippets/registry/RegisterSubmodel.java Java]
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| Lookup Submodel ||  || Retrieve a Submodel from a registry || [https://git.eclipse.org/r/plugins/gitiles/basyx/basyx/+/master/examples/basys.examples/src/main/java/org/eclipse/basyx/examples/snippets/registry/LookupSubmodel.java Java]
 
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| Deregister Submodel ||  || Removes a Submodel from a registry || [https://git.eclipse.org/r/plugins/gitiles/basyx/basyx/+/master/examples/basys.examples/src/main/java/org/eclipse/basyx/examples/snippets/registry/DeregisterSubmodel.java Java]
 
| Deregister Submodel ||  || Removes a Submodel from a registry || [https://git.eclipse.org/r/plugins/gitiles/basyx/basyx/+/master/examples/basys.examples/src/main/java/org/eclipse/basyx/examples/snippets/registry/DeregisterSubmodel.java Java]

Revision as of 08:33, 24 November 2020

Examples

Code snippets

Code snippets are simple, isolated use-cases that illustrate the use of Eclipse BaSyx. They provide focused recipes that document the intended use of the BaSyx SDK and our reference implementations of Industrie 4.0 middleware components. To keep functional examples simple, code snippets only address selected aspects of Industrie 4.0 implementations. Selected snippets provide a page with documentation. For all snippets, links to executable source code files in the git repository are provided. The snippets itself only contain the code necessary to fulfil their function. Examples on how to use the snippets can be found in the tests for the snippets.

Please keep in mind that not all features are available with all language versions of Eclipse BaSyx. Snippets therefore may only be available for selected languages.

The code for the snippets is available via the Eclipse BaSyx GIT repository:

  • For Java, the code is located in the basyx.example project in package org.eclipse.basyx.examples.snippets



Virtual Automation Bus (VAB)

The Virtual Automation Bus provides end-to-end connection capabilities. The VAB uses gateways to connect network technologies into one virtual, and fully connected network. The network consists of objects, e.g. Asset Administration Shells and Submodels that are accessible through unqiue IDs. The following code snippets illustrate VAB operations and the use of the Virtual Automation Bus.

Snippet Additional Documentation Description Source
CRUD operations Illustrate creation of VAB object and use of create/update/retrieve/delete operations to manipulate it. Java
Manual HTTP calls Illustrate manual HTTP operations to access VAB objects via HTTP REST interface Java
Dynamic property (Lambda) Illustrate dynamic properties (Lambda expression) in VAB objects. Java
Dynamic property (Class) Illustrate the dynamic properties (Class) in VAB objects.

Java


Asset Administration Shell (AAS)

The Asset Administration Shell snippets illustrate the creation of Asset Administration Shells using tools of the BaSyx SDKs.

Snippet Additional Documentation Description Source
Create AAS (Java) Creation of Asset Administration Shell by extending SDK class N/A
Create AAS on the fly Creation of Asset Administration Shell by setting properties of predefined AAS class N/A


Asset Administration Shell deployment

These code snippets illustrate Asset Administration Shells in context of HTTP servers. It is common to deploy an Asset Administration Shell to the IT to ensure its presence when a device fails. HTTP servers are available hosts for Asset Administration Shells. The following code snippets illustrate the dynamic creation of an Asset Administratuion Shell, its transfer, and its use from Industrie 4.0 applications.

Snippet Additional Documentation Description Source
Deploy AAS Illustrates the creation of an Asset Administration Shell on a remote server Java
Connect to AAS (Java) Illustrates the connection to an Asset Administration Shell Java
Delete AAS Illustrates the deletion of an Asset Administration Shell from a remote server Java


AAS Submodels

Asset Administration Shell Submodels may be distributed through the network. While an AAS resides on the IT and remains accessible in case of device failures, Submodels may be distributed. Submodels containing static data or information about devices that needs to remain available in case of device failure may be hosted on the IT as well; Submodels containing live data may be hosted on devices, and possibly on products. The following code snippets illustrate the creation, transfer, hosting, and use of AAS Submodels.

Snippet Additional Documentation Description Source
Deploy Submodel (Java) Illustrates the creation of an AAS Submodel on a remote server Java
Connect to Submodel (Java) Illustrates the connection to an AAS Submodel Java
Delete Submodel Illustrates the deletion of an AAS Submodel from a remote server Java
Create Submodel element Illustrates the creation of a Submodel element Java
Retrieve Submodel element Illustrates the retrieval of a Submodel element Java
Delete Submodel element Illustrates the deletion of a Submodel element Java
Invoke Submodel operation Illustrates the invokation of an Operation from a remote Submodel Java

AAS Submodel providers

Eclipse BaSyx provides pre-created AAS Submodel providers. These servlets connect existing data sources, such as textual configuration files and SQL data bases into Industrie 4.0 environments as AAS Submodels. BaSyx Submodel providers are configured with a configuration API and do not require programming knowledge to integrate data sources into Industrie 4.0 environments as AAS Submodels.


AAS Submodels (Dynamic)

Asset Administration Shell Submodels may contain dynamic properties and operations. Dynamic properties are properties whose values are generated dynamically at runtime. This may happen for example periodically, or whenever a specific information is requested. Dynamic operations are operations that may be updated at runtime. The following code snippets illustrate dynamic Submodel properties and operations.

Snippet Additional Documentation Description Source
Dynamic property (Lambda) Illustrate dynamic Submodel properties (Lambda expression) N/A
Dynamic property (Class) Illustrate the dynamic Submodel properties (Class) N/A


Registry

The Asset Administration Shell registry enables registration of AAS and Submodels, as well as retrieving previously registered AAS and Submodels by their IDs.

Snippet Additional Documentation Description Source
Register AAS Register AAS descriptors in registry Java
Lookup AAS Retrieve AAS descriptors from registry Java
Deregister AAS Removes AAS descriptors from registry Java
Register Submodel Register a Submodel to an existing AAS descriptor Java
Lookup Submodel Retrieve a Submodel from a registry Java
Deregister Submodel Removes a Submodel from a registry Java


URN

Eclipse BaSyx advocates the use of URNs as unique identifiers for AAS. Code snippets illustrate the creation and use of URNs.

Snippet Additional Documentation Description Source
Construct URNs Create URNs for AAS and globally idenfied Submodels Java

Deployment with Docker

The deployment of the different SDKs and components with docker is explained in its own page.

Monitoring Applications (AAS Dashboards)

The integration with third-party applications & tools enable the possibility to monitor Asset Administration Shell and visualize its data through Dashboards. The integration and its use is explained in here [page].

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