Original Question: How to send “User Defined Commands” from Border Router to Node? by NagarjunaG
Can I make my own “User Defined Commands” to send from Border Router to the Node.
I prefer to do this without any code modifications. Is this possible?
Verified Answer: RE: How to send “User Defined Commands” from Border Router to Node? by NagarjunaG
The Config/Commands tab under monitor and control section can be used to send user defined commands.
The ADWSN-UI-Tool is equipped to add your own commands without modifying the code. All you need to do is open an XML schema as outlined below and add/modify the command and start using it.
The list of commands and the default command arguments are populated from OTA_CMDS_6LP.xml which is available in the tool installation directory as shown below:
A sample command structure in the XML file is as shown below. It is straightforward to add user defined commands by observing the syntax carefully.
<Descrp>Turn ON Red LED (EV-ADRN-WSN-1Z BUNCH)</Descrp>
<ParamValue>01</ParamValue> //command ID
<ParamValue>01</ParamValue> //command args
Let say, you wish to add a new command like "Start the EV Motor", then update the following in the XML file
<Descrp>Turn ON Red LED (Start the EV Motor)</Descrp>
Once you save the XML, and open the ADWSN-UI-Tool, you will see this new command in the Config/Commands tab of Monitor And Control window. Hope this helps.
Question: RE: How to send “User Defined Commands” from Border Router to Node? by ezadminThis question has been closed by the EZ team and is assumed answered.