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Imperative Programming Model for OPC UA Alarms & Conditions
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This chapter gives you guidance in how to implement the common tasks that are needed when dealing with OPC UA Alarms & Conditions vents server from the client side. You achieve these tasks by calling methods on the EasyUAClient object (the same object as for OPC UA Data Access).

Note: Functionality in this chapter that has to do specifically with Alarms & Conditions is described in Part 9 of the OPC Unified Architecture Specification, however many related and relevant pieces are scattered around other parts of the specification as well.

This functionality is not available under (or the text does not apply to) .NET Standard development platform.
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