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AutoAdjustPositioner is a method used to initiate an automatic commissioning cycle of an actuator. The execution of the commissioning procedure can be started or aborted by calling the method using the appropriate input argument value. If the commissioning will not be aborted, it ends automatically after it has been finished. The commissioning procedure is manufacturer-specific.

Signature

AutoAdjustPositioner (
[in] ExecutionModeEnum ExecutionMode
);

Table 53 - AutoAdjustPositioner Method Arguments

Argument Description
ExecutionMode The desired execution mode, see 10.2 for a definition of all available values.

Method Result Codes are defined in Table 54.

Table 54 - AutoAdjustPositioner Method Result Codes

Result Code Description
Bad_InvalidArgument The input is not a valid execution mode.
Bad_UserAccessDenied The current user does not have the rights required.

Table 55 specifies the AddressSpace representation for the AutoAdjustPositioner Method.

Table 55 - AutoAdjustPositioner Method AddressSpace definition

Attribute Value
BrowseName AutoAdjustPositioner
References NodeClass BrowseName DataType TypeDefinition Modelling Rule
0:HasProperty Variable 0:InputArguments 0:Argument[] 0:PropertyType 0:Mandatory

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