QuickOPC User's Guide and Reference
Examples - OPC Alarms&Events - Event pull
// This example shows how to subscribe to events and obtain the notification events by pulling them.

using System;
using OpcLabs.EasyOpc.AlarmsAndEvents;
using OpcLabs.EasyOpc.AlarmsAndEvents.OperationModel;

namespace DocExamples.AlarmsAndEvents._EasyAEClient
{
    class PullNotification
    {
        public static void Main1()
        {
            // Instantiate the client object.
            // In order to use event pull, you must set a non-zero queue capacity upfront.
            using (var client = new EasyAEClient { PullNotificationQueueCapacity = 1000 })
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Subscribing events...");
                int handle = client.SubscribeEvents("", "OPCLabs.KitEventServer.2", 1000);

                Console.WriteLine("Processing event notifications for 1 minute...");
                int endTick = Environment.TickCount + 60 * 1000;
                do
                {
                    EasyAENotificationEventArgs eventArgs = client.PullNotification(2 * 1000);
                    if (!(eventArgs is null))
                        // Handle the notification event
                        Console.WriteLine(eventArgs);
                } while (Environment.TickCount < endTick);

                Console.WriteLine("Unsubscribing events...");
                client.UnsubscribeEvents(handle);

                Console.WriteLine("Finished.");
            }
        }
    }
}
# This example shows how to subscribe to events and obtain the notification events by pulling them.

#requires -Version 5.1
using namespace OpcLabs.EasyOpc.AlarmsAndEvents

# The path below assumes that the current directory is [ProductDir]/Examples-NET/PowerShell/Windows .
Add-Type -Path "../../../Assemblies/net47/OpcLabs.EasyOpcClassic.dll"

# Instantiate the client object.
$client = New-Object EasyAEClient
# In order to use event pull, you must set a non-zero queue capacity upfront.
$client.PullNotificationQueueCapacity = 1000

Write-Host "Subscribing events..."
$handle = [OpcLabs.EasyOpc.AlarmsAndEvents.IEasyAEClientExtension]::SubscribeEvents($client, 
    "", "OPCLabs.KitEventServer.2", 1000)

Write-Host "Processing event notifications for 1 minute..."
$stopwatch =  [System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch]::StartNew() 
while ($stopwatch.Elapsed.TotalSeconds -lt 60) {    
    $eventArgs = $client.PullNotification(2*1000)
    if ($eventArgs -ne $null) {
        # Handle the notification event
        Write-Host $eventArgs
    }
}

Write-Host "Unsubscribing events..."
$client.UnsubscribeEvents($handle)

Write-Host "Finished."
' This example shows how to subscribe to events and obtain the notification events by pulling them.

Imports OpcLabs.EasyOpc.AlarmsAndEvents
Imports OpcLabs.EasyOpc.AlarmsAndEvents.OperationModel

Namespace DocExamples.AlarmsAndEvents._EasyAEClient
    Partial Friend Class PullNotification
        Public Shared Sub Main1()
            Using client = New EasyAEClient()
                ' In order to use event pull, you must set a non-zero queue capacity upfront.
                client.PullNotificationQueueCapacity = 1000

                Console.WriteLine("Subscribing events...")
                Dim handle As Integer = client.SubscribeEvents("", "OPCLabs.KitEventServer.2", 1000)

                Console.WriteLine("Processing event notifications for 1 minute...")
                Dim endTick As Integer = Environment.TickCount + 60 * 1000
                Do
                    Dim eventArgs As EasyAENotificationEventArgs = client.PullNotification(2 * 1000)
                    If Not eventArgs Is Nothing Then
                        ' Handle the notification event
                        Console.WriteLine(eventArgs)
                    End If
                Loop While Environment.TickCount < endTick

                Console.WriteLine("Unsubscribing events...")
                client.UnsubscribeEvents(handle)
            End Using

            Console.WriteLine("Finished.")
        End Sub
    End Class
End Namespace
// This example shows how to subscribe to events and obtain the notification events by pulling them.

class procedure PullNotification.Main;
var
  Client: OpcLabs_EasyOpcClassic_TLB._EasyAEClient;
  EndTick: Cardinal;
  EventArgs: _EasyAENotificationEventArgs;
  Handle: Integer;
  ServerDescriptor: _ServerDescriptor;
  State: OleVariant;
  SubscriptionParameters: _AESubscriptionParameters;
begin
  ServerDescriptor := CoServerDescriptor.Create;
  ServerDescriptor.ServerClass := 'OPCLabs.KitEventServer.2';

  // Instantiate the client object
  Client := CoEasyAEClient.Create;
  // In order to use event pull, you must set a non-zero queue capacity upfront.
  Client.PullNotificationQueueCapacity := 1000;

  WriteLn('Subscribing events...');
  SubscriptionParameters := CoAESubscriptionParameters.Create;
  SubscriptionParameters.NotificationRate := 1000;
  Handle := Client.SubscribeEvents(ServerDescriptor, SubscriptionParameters, true, State);

  WriteLn('Processing event notifications for 1 minute...');
  EndTick := Ticks + 60*1000;
  while Ticks < EndTick do
  begin
    EventArgs := Client.PullNotification(2*1000);
    if EventArgs <> nil then
      // Handle the notification event
      WriteLn(EventArgs.ToString);
  end;

  WriteLn('Unsubscribing events...');
  Client.UnsubscribeEvents(Handle);

  WriteLn('Finished.');
end;
// This example shows how to subscribe to events and obtain the notification events by pulling them.

$ServerDescriptor = new COM("OpcLabs.EasyOpc.ServerDescriptor");
$ServerDescriptor->ServerClass = "OPCLabs.KitEventServer.2";

$Client = new COM("OpcLabs.EasyOpc.AlarmsAndEvents.EasyAEClient");
// In order to use event pull, you must set a non-zero queue capacity upfront.
$Client->PullNotificationQueueCapacity = 1000;

print "Subscribing events...\n";
$SubscriptionParameters = new COM("OpcLabs.EasyOpc.AlarmsAndEvents.AESubscriptionParameters");
$SubscriptionParameters->NotificationRate = 1000;
$handle = $Client->SubscribeEvents($ServerDescriptor, $SubscriptionParameters, TRUE, NULL);

print "Processing event notifications for 1 minute...\n";
$endTime = time() + 60;
do {
    $EventArgs = $Client->PullNotification(2*1000);
    if (!is_null($EventArgs)) {
        // Handle the notification event
        print $EventArgs->ToString();
        print "\n";
    }
} while (time() < $endTime);

print "Unsubscribing events...\n";
$Client->UnsubscribeEvents($handle);

print "Finished.\n";
# This example shows how to subscribe to events and obtain the notification events by pulling them.

import time
import win32com.client

serverDescriptor = win32com.client.Dispatch('OpcLabs.EasyOpc.ServerDescriptor')
serverDescriptor.UrlString = 'opcae://localhost/OPCLabs.KitEventServer.2'
#serverDescriptor.ServerClass = 'OPCLabs.KitEventServer.2'

# Instantiate the client object
client = win32com.client.Dispatch('OpcLabs.EasyOpc.AlarmsAndEvents.EasyAEClient') 
# In order to use event pull, you must set a non-zero queue capacity upfront.
client.PullNotificationQueueCapacity = 1000

print('Subscribing events...')
subscriptionParameters = win32com.client.Dispatch('OpcLabs.EasyOpc.AlarmsAndEvents.AESubscriptionParameters')
subscriptionParameters.NotificationRate = 1000
handle = client.SubscribeEvents(serverDescriptor, subscriptionParameters, True, None)

print('Processing event notifications for 1 minute...')
endTime = time.time() + 60
while time.time() < endTime:
    eventArgs = client.PullNotification(2*1000)
    if eventArgs is not None:
        # Handle the notification event
        print(eventArgs)

print('Unsubscribing events...')
client.UnsubscribeAllItems()

print('Finished.')
Rem This example shows how to subscribe to events and obtain the notification events by pulling them.

Option Explicit

Dim ServerDescriptor: Set ServerDescriptor = CreateObject("OpcLabs.EasyOpc.ServerDescriptor")
ServerDescriptor.ServerClass = "OPCLabs.KitEventServer.2"

Dim Client: Set Client = CreateObject("OpcLabs.EasyOpc.AlarmsAndEvents.EasyAEClient")
' In order to use event pull, you must set a non-zero queue capacity upfront.
Client.PullNotificationQueueCapacity = 1000

WScript.Echo "Subscribing events..."
Dim SubscriptionParameters: Set SubscriptionParameters = CreateObject("OpcLabs.EasyOpc.AlarmsAndEvents.AESubscriptionParameters")
SubscriptionParameters.NotificationRate = 1000
Dim handle: handle = Client.SubscribeEvents(ServerDescriptor, SubscriptionParameters, True, Nothing)

WScript.Echo "Processing event notifications for 1 minute..."
Dim endTime: endTime = Now() + 60*(1/24/60/60)
Do
    Dim EventArgs: Set EventArgs = Client.PullNotification(2*1000)
    If Not (EventArgs Is Nothing) Then
        ' Handle the notification event
        WScript.Echo EventArgs
    End If    
Loop While Now() < endTime

WScript.Echo "Unsubscribing events..."
Client.UnsubscribeEvents handle

WScript.Echo "Finished."

 

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