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Revision as of 16:57, 2 November 2015
Device Functionality Groups
The MTConnect implementation that has been most closely tracking the MTConnect standard and is used in most production implementation is the C++ Agent that resides on the MTConnect project pages of github C++ Agent . As part of the effort, we also provide pre-built Windows x86 binaries that are statically linked and can be run on any Windows computer dating from around Windows XP SP2 and later. Earlier builds are possible, but these will be left up to the reader. The pre-built binaries can be found at: C++ Agent Releases.
The C++ Agent provides the fullest implementation of the standard available at the time of release. The version number (Major, Minor, Patch, Build) are tied to the MTConnect standard. The first three (Major, Minor, Build) are based directly on the MTConnect standard release nomenclature and the build number will increment as new versions of the C++ agent is released. When the agent is in pre-release for a upcoming version of the standard, it will be suffixed with a RCn where this stands for Release Candidate n as in RC1.
The agent has a rich level of configuration and is capable of serving up content from the local file system and allowing changes to be pushed. To get the full details on the configuration, again, visit the C++ Agent github page and scroll down to the readme.md. There are many features built in to the agent, some documented better than others. We will try to document some of the more interesting capabilities on these pages.