The PlaceInService Method is used to set the OutOfServiceState to False of a specific Alarm instance. It is only available on an instance of an AlarmConditionType that also exposes the OutOfServiceState. Normally, the NodeId of the ObjectInstance is passed as the ObjectId to the Call Service. However, some Servers do not expose Condition instances in the AddressSpace. Therefore, Servers shall allow Clients to call the PlaceInService Method by specifying ConditionId as the ObjectId. The Method cannot be called with an ObjectId of the AlarmConditionType Node.
Method result codes in Table 64 (defined in Call Service).
Table 64 – PlaceInService result codes
|Bad_MethodInvalid||The MethodId provided does not correspond to the ObjectId provided. See 10000-4 for the general description of this result code.|
|Bad_NodeIdInvalid||Used to indicate that the specified ObjectId is not valid or that the Method was called on the AlarmConditionType Node.See 10000-4 for the general description of this result code.|
The PlaceInService Method applies to an Alarm instance, even if it is not currently in the Active State.
Table 65 specifies the AddressSpace representation for the PlaceInService Method.
Table 65 – PlaceInService Method AddressSpace definition
|AlwaysGeneratesEvent||ObjectType||AuditConditionOutOfServiceEventType||Defined in 5.10.12|
|A & C OutOfService|
If Auditing is supported, this Method shall generate an Event of AuditConditionOutOfServiceEventType for all invocations of the Method.