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EN 29506-1:1993/A1:1994



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1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Definitions
   3.1 Reference Model definitions
   3.2 Service Convention definitions
   3.3 Abstract Syntax Notation definitions
   3.4 Other definitions
4 Abbreviations
5 Conventions
   5.1 Base of Numeric Values
   5.2 Service Parameter Description
   5.3 Invocation Identifier on Service Primitives
   5.4 List Of Modifier on Service Primitives
   5.5 Addressing in MMS
   5.6 Service Conventions
   5.7 Calling and Called MMS-user
   5.8 Sending and Receiving MMS-user and MMPM
   5.9 Requesting and Responding MMS-user
   5.10 Client and Server of a Service
   5.11 Object modelling
   5.12 References to Objects
   5.13 Parameter Types
6 MMS in the OS1 Environment
   6.1 Information Processing Tasks and Real Systems
   6.2 Application Processes
   6.3 Interaction of Application Processes
   6.4 Interaction of Application Processes in OSI
   6.5 Structure of Application Entities
   6.6 Addressing of Application Entities
   6.7 Application Context
   6.8 Presentation Context, Abstract Syntaxes, and
         Transfer Syntaxes
7 The Virtual Manufacturing Device
   7.1 Introduction
   7.2 The Structure of a VMD
   7.3 Specification of Named Objects
   7.4 Object Name Structure
   7.5 Services on the VMD
8 Environment And General Management Services
   8.1 Introduction
   8.2 Initiate Service
   8.3 Conclude Service
   8.4 Abort Service
   8.5 Cancel Service
   8.6 Reject Service
9 VMD Support Services
   9.1 Introduction
   9.2 Status Service
   9.3 UnsolicitedStatus Service
   9.4 GetNameList Service
   9.5 Identify Service
   9.6 Rename Service
   9.7 Get Capability List Service
10 Domain Management Services
   10.1 The Domain Object
   10.2 Initiate Download Sequence Service
   10.3 Download Segment Service
   10.4 Terminate Download Sequence Service
   10.5 Initiate Upload Sequence Service
   10.6 Upload Segment Service
   10.7 Terminate Upload Sequence Service
   10.8 Request Domain Download Service
   10.9 Request Domain Upload Service
   10.10 Load Domain Content Service
   10.11 Store Domain Content Service
   10.12 Delete Domain Service
   10.13 Get Domain Attributes Service
11 Program Invocation Management Services
   11.1 The Program Invocation Object
   11.2 Create Program Invocation Service
   11.3 Delete Program Invocation Service
   11.4 Start Service
   11.5 Stop Service
   11.6 Resume Service
   11.7 Reset Service
   11.8 Kill Service
   11.9 Get Program Invocation Attributes Service
12 Variable Access Services
   12.1 The MMS Variable Access Model
   12.2 Specification of Types
   12.3 Specification of Alternate Access
   12.4 Specification of Data Values
   12.5 Specification of Access to Variables
   12.6 Read Service
   12.7 Write Service
   12.8 InformationReport Service
   12.9 GetVariableAccessAttributes Service
   12.10 DefineNamedVariable Service
   12.11 DefineScatteredAccess Service
   12.12 GetScatteredAccessAttributes Service
   12.13 DeleteVariableAccess Service
   12.14 DefineNamedVariableList Service
   12.15 GetNamedVariableListAttributes Service
   12.16 DeleteNamedVariableList Service
   12.17 DefineNamedType Service
   12.18 GetNamedAttributes Service
   12.19 DeleteNamedType Service
   12.20 Conformance
   12.21 Guidance To Implementors
13 Semaphore Management Services
   13.1 The Semaphore Management Model
   13.2 TakeControl Service
   13.3 RelinquishControl Service
   13.4 DefineSemaphore Service
   13.5 DeleteSemaphore Service
   13.6 ReportSemaphoreStatus Service
   13.7 ReportPool SemaphoreStatus Service
   13.8 ReportSemaphoreEntryStatus Service
   13.9 AttachToSemaphore Modifier
   13.10 Conformance
14 Operator Communication Services
   14.1 The Operator Communications Model
   14.2 Input Service
   14.3 Output Service
15 Event Management Services
   15.1 The Event Management Model
   15.2 DefineEventCondition Service
   15.3 DeleteEventCondition Service
   15.4 GetEventConditionAttributes Service
   15.5 ReportEventConditionStatus Service
   15.6 AlterEventConditionMonitoring Service
   15.7 TriggerEvent Service
   15.8 DefineEventAction Service
   15.9 DeleteEventAction Service
   15.10 GetEventActionAttributes Service
   15.11 ReportEventActionStatus Service
   15.12 DefineEventEnrollment Service
   15.13 DeleteEventEnrollment Service
   15.14 GetEventEnrollmentAttributes Service
   15.15 ReportEventEnrollmentStatus Service
   15.16 AlterEventEnrollment Service
   15.17 EventNotification Service
   15.18 AcknowledgeEventNotification Service
   15.19 GetAlarmSummary Service
   15.20 GetAlarmEnrollmentSummary Service
   15.21 Attach To Event Condition Modifier
   15.22 Event Management State Diagrams
   15.23 Conformance Requirements Unique to Event Management
16 Journal Management Services
   16.1 The Journal Management Model
   16.2 ReadJournal Service
   16.3 WriteJournal Service
   16.4 InitializeJournal Service
   16.5 ReportJournalStatus Service
   16.6 CreateJournal Service
   16.7 DeleteJournal Service
   16.8 Conformance Requirements Unique to Journals
17 Errors
   17.1 Error Type
   17.2 Description of structure of generic error type:
   17.3 Additional Code
   17.4 Additional Detail
   17.5 Modifier Position
18 MMS Standardized Names
   18.1 Introduction
   18.2 Unique Name Assignment Mechanism
   18.3 MMS Standardized Names
19 Conformance
   19.1 Introduction
   19.2 Conformance Building Blocks (CBBs)
   19.3 Static Conformance Requirements
   19.4 Calling MMS-user Conformance Requirements
   19.5 Called MMS-User Conformance Requirements
   19.6 Server Conformance Requirements
   19.7 Client Conformance Requirements
   19.8 Parameter CBB Conformance Requirements
   19.9 Dynamic Conformance
Annex A Requirements for Companion Standards (normative)
Annex B File Access Service (normative)
Annex C File Management Services (informative)

Comite Europeen de Normalisation

BS EN 61131-5:2001 Programmable controllers Communications

ISO 8650:1988 Information processing systems — Open Systems Interconnection — Protocol specification for the Association Control Service Element
ISO/IEC 7498-3:1997 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Basic Reference Model: Naming and addressing
ISO 9506-2:2003 Industrial automation systems Manufacturing Message Specification Part 2: Protocol specification
ISO/IEC 9041-2:1997 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Virtual Terminal Basic Class Protocol Part 2: Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS) proforma
ISO/IEC 8824:1990 Information technology — Open Systems Interconnection — Specification of Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1)
ISO/TR 8509:1987 Information processing systems Open Systems Interconnection Service conventions
ISO 7498-2:1989 Information processing systems Open Systems Interconnection Basic Reference Model Part 2: Security Architecture
ISO/IEC 9041-1:1997 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Virtual Terminal Basic Class Protocol Part 1: Specification
ISO/IEC 8825:1990 Information technology — Open Systems Interconnection — Specification of Basic Encoding Rules for Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1)
ISO/IEC 9040:1997 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Virtual Terminal Basic Class Service
ISO/IEC 646:1991 Information technology ISO 7-bit coded character set for information interchange
ISO/IEC 8649:1996 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Service definition for the Association Control Service Element
IEEE 754-2008 REDLINE IEEE Standard for Floating-Point Arithmetic
ISO/IEC 8822:1994 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Presentation service definition
ISO/IEC 8326:1996 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Session service definition

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