This Methodis used to send a list of jobs available on the client to the server. The server shall support to receive at least 10 jobs.

Signature

SendJobList (

[in]JobListElementType[]JobList);

Table 77– SendJobList Method Arguments

Argument

Description

JobList

Array of JobInformationType describing the available jobs in the client.

Table 78– SendJobList Method AddressSpace Definition

Attribute

Value

BrowseName

SendJobList

References

Node Class

BrowseName

DataType

TypeDefinition

Modelling Rule

0:HasProperty

Variable

InputArguments

Argument[]

0:PropertyType

Mandatory

It is possible to call the Methodwithout an InputArgument(length of the array JobListis zero) as an answer to the Event RequestJobList(see below), if no planned job is available.

The JobListElementTypeis defined in Table 79

Table 79– JobListElementType Definition

Name

Type

Description

JobListElementType

structure

Subtype of 0:Structureas defined in OPC UA 10000-3

JobName

0:String

As defined in JobInformationType

JobDescription

0:String

JobClassification

0:String

Classification of the job

CustomerName

0:String

As defined in JobInformationType

ProductionDatasetName

0:String

ProductionDatasetDescription

0:String

Material

0:String[]

ProductName

0:String[]

ProductDescription

0:String[]

JobPriority

0:String

Priority of the job

PlannedStart

0:DateTime

Planned start of the job

PlannedProductionTime

0:Duration

Planned production time of the job

LatestEnd

0:DateTime

Latest end of the job

The variables JobClassification, JobPriority, PlannedStart, PlannedProductionTimeand LatestEndare additional information only for the operator to be shown on the machine control. This may help the operator to decide which jobs to download/activate. PlannedStartand LatestEndshall be given in UTC time.

The JobClassificationcan e.g. be used to present a maintenance job with planned time. The possible values are user dependent and not standardized by this specification.