RailCom Data Processing

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RailCom Data Processing

Post by ergunov » 25.12.2017, 16:45

As part of the DR5000 / DR5088 ligament test, the system receives the RailCom data.
Among which are the address, the actual speed data and QoS information, as seen in the log 5088.
But in the Rocrail log there are incomprehensible data.

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20171225.202650.930 r9999c z21reade OZ21     1112 *** unsupported multi sense type: 0x40 (0x4E)
20171225.202651.320 r9999c z21reade OZ21     1112 *** unsupported multi sense type: 0x40 (0x40)
20171225.202651.351 r9999c z21reade OZ21     1112 *** unsupported multi sense type: 0x40 (0x40)
20171225.202651.570 r9999c z21reade OZ21     1112 *** unsupported multi sense type: 0x40 (0x40)
20171225.202651.624 r9999c z21reade OZ21     1112 *** unsupported multi sense type: 0x40 (0x40) 
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Re: RailCom Data Processing

Post by rjversluis » 25.12.2017, 17:26

Vyacheslav,

I can only support LocoNet Personal Edition because all other needs a DigiTrax Licence.

But if you turn on the BYTE trace level I can reengineer it.

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Re: RailCom Data Processing

Post by ergunov » 25.12.2017, 17:49

Rob, I understand you, throw me your email in a personal message, the developer of the DR5000 will give you everything you need.

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Re: RailCom Data Processing

Post by rjversluis » 25.12.2017, 17:51


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Re: RailCom Data Processing

Post by ergunov » 25.12.2017, 18:08

Rob, I sent you a description.

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Re: RailCom Data Processing

Post by rjversluis » 26.12.2017, 08:20

No email received until now...

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Re: RailCom Data Processing

Post by ergunov » 26.12.2017, 16:50

Rob I sent to another email account, you get it?

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Re: RailCom Data Processing

Post by rjversluis » 26.12.2017, 17:01

Yes.
This is very incompatible because the Loco address is not reported...

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Re: RailCom Data Processing

Post by ergunov » 26.12.2017, 17:05

How is it not reported, but how do I see him.
I have this code, Rocrial detects locomotives.

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Re: RailCom Data Processing

Post by rjversluis » 27.12.2017, 10:24

Hi,

I added it in the z21 library only so you ca test before I also add it in the standard loconet library.

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Re: RailCom Data Processing

Post by ergunov » 27.12.2017, 11:02

Good Rob, I get it.
download new release?

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Re: RailCom Data Processing

Post by rjversluis » 27.12.2017, 11:06

ergunov wrote:Good Rob, I get it.
download new release?
If you want to test today I must trigger the nightly build. Windows? 64/32?

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Re: RailCom Data Processing

Post by ergunov » 27.12.2017, 11:24

Do I version of the x64. But by and large it does not matter,

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Re: RailCom Data Processing

Post by ergunov » 28.12.2017, 14:39

Rob Hello
I checked the release, the speed is transmitted, but QoS is not recognized.
What do you need for analysis?

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Re: RailCom Data Processing

Post by rjversluis » 28.12.2017, 14:45

ergunov wrote: What do you need for analysis?
the Rocrail traces.

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