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 ====== Available tsmEv Values ====== ====== Available tsmEv Values ======
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 +<csv delim=;>
 +Event Id value; Name; Description
 +0;No event; Event data is not applicable or is unknown.
 +1;​Reserved;​Reserved
 +2;​Reserved;​Reserved
 +3;​Reserved;​Reserved
 +4;​Reserved;​Reserved
 +5;​Reserved;​Reserved
 +6;​Reserved;​Reserved
 +7;State change event; is used for events that happen as result of change of state.
 +8;Key event; is used for reactive events, for example, sensor triggered events or key presses on human interface.
 +9;Threshold event; is used for events that happen as result of exceeding configured threshold.
 +10;Timed event; is used for streaming event that is send using defined interval. The interval may vary from seconds to hours to days, and it is typically set by the sensor or the gateway device.
 +11;Thing powered ON; can be sent when a thing boots up
 +12;Thing powered OFF; can be sent when a things is being powered off
 +13;Thing controlled reset occured; can be sent when a thing performed controller reset
 +14;Thing uncontrolled reset occured;can be sent when a thing performed uncontrolled reset
 +15;Thing firmware updated;can be sent when a thing has performed firmware update
 +16;Thing software configuration updated;can be sent when a thing has updated its software configuration data
 +17;Network connected;​is used for connected event that is send when a thing connects to gateway device or to another thing (in mesh networks).
 +18;Network disconnected;​is used for disconnected event that is send when a thing disconnects from a gateway device or from an another thing (in mesh networks).
 +19;​Assistance data requested;​is send from a thing to a cloud, when the thing requires additional assistance data from the cloud to perform an operation
 +20;​Assistance data response;is send as a reply to an event 19
 +21;Power ON requested;A thing can receive this eventId as a request from cloud to power ON. This is possible to implement only on a devices that have standby functionality with network connections enabled.
 +22;Power OFF requested;A thing can receive this eventId as a request from cloud to power OFF.
 +23;Reset requested;A thing can receive this eventId as a request from cloud to perform power OFF -> power ON reset cycle.
 +24;​Reserved;​Reserved
 +25;Firmware update requested;A thing can receive this eventId as a request from cloud to perform firmware update. Firmware update parameters and data may be part of the request or the data may have been received earlier.
 +26;Software configuration update requested;A thing can receive this eventId as a request from cloud to perform software configuration update. This request is only for low-level configuration update. For application level configurations event id 30 should be used.
 +27;​Diagnostics requested; A thing can receive this eventId as a request from cloud to enable a group of diagnostics events
 +28;​Requested diagnostic event; is used for diagnostic events that have been remotely enabled from cloud
 +29;Error diagnostic event; is used to report critical error events to cloud
 +30;​Application profile update requested;​The cloud can send this request to a device to indicate that the device must update its behaviour based on the data received or available in the cloud.
 +31;​Application profile update response;​The response for profile update request
 +32;Firmware information request; The cloud can send this request to ask for firmware information from the device, such as binary version or release version.
 +33;Firmware information response;​The response for firmware information request
 +34;Timed diagnostics event; is used for periodic diagnostic events
 +35;Command request; is used for commands sent to device.
 +36;Command response; is used for command responses sent from device.
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 +</​csv>​
messages/events.txt ยท Last modified: 2019/02/22 06:46 by tmuvee