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  2. DM-21959

Test the Middleware of Hexapod and Rotator with SAL 4.0

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      This task will test the middleware code with SAL 4.0. The previous test in SLAC is SAL 3.10.0. T&S team plans to use the SAL 4.0 in the integration test in Dec.

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          ttsai Te-Wei Tsai added a comment - - edited

          Tested the ts_sal (tag: v4.0.0-RC2) with ts_xml (develop branch, commit: b37190d, tag: v4.4.0) and ts_opensplice (master branch, commit: 30fd0ba).

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          ttsai Te-Wei Tsai added a comment - - edited Tested the ts_sal (tag: v4.0.0-RC2) with ts_xml (develop branch, commit: b37190d, tag: v4.4.0) and ts_opensplice (master branch, commit: 30fd0ba).
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          ttsai Te-Wei Tsai added a comment - - edited

          I opened two sessions for the test. For the first one, I did "./sacpp_Rotator_start_controller". For the second one, I did "./sacpp_Rotator_start_commander" first and got the error message for the input. Then, I did "./sacpp_Rotator_start_commander test" and wrote a message. However, the first session (controller) received two messages (one is ack and the other is done) as the following:

           

          Checked with Dave this is correct or not.

          After this, I tested the commands: start, enable, test, move, and positionSet. All messages are received and shows the ack and done for all of them. Therefore, I thought this might be a new behavior of SAL 4.0 RC2.

          Tested the move command with the middleware by Moog and did not see the problem.

          The above tests were on my Linux desktop.

          Did the same test on the management PC of Moog and it works well.

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          ttsai Te-Wei Tsai added a comment - - edited I opened two sessions for the test. For the first one, I did "./sacpp_Rotator_start_controller". For the second one, I did "./sacpp_Rotator_start_commander" first and got the error message for the input. Then, I did "./sacpp_Rotator_start_commander test" and wrote a message. However, the first session (controller) received two messages (one is ack and the other is done) as the following:   Checked with Dave this is correct or not. After this, I tested the commands: start, enable, test, move, and positionSet. All messages are received and shows the ack and done for all of them. Therefore, I thought this might be a new behavior of SAL 4.0 RC2. Tested the move command with the middleware by Moog and did not see the problem. The above tests were on my Linux desktop. Did the same test on the management PC of Moog and it works well.
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          ttsai Te-Wei Tsai added a comment -

          Tested the SAL 4.0.0-RC2 on my Linux desktop and management PC of Moog and it works well. Thanks!

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          ttsai Te-Wei Tsai added a comment - Tested the SAL 4.0.0-RC2 on my Linux desktop and management PC of Moog and it works well. Thanks!
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          dmills Dave Mills added a comment -

          Code tested with SAL 4 and latest XML

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          dmills Dave Mills added a comment - Code tested with SAL 4 and latest XML

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            ttsai Te-Wei Tsai
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