The Open Smart Grid Platform act as an central component to monitor and control microgrids.
The goal of this domain is to control and monitor microgrids.
Currently, the following features are available within the Open Smart Grid Platform:
Get data is used to retrieve measurement and profile data from the device
Set data is used to set setpoints and profiles on the device
When either report data or the result for a request is available, a notification is sent to a client, after which the client will be able to obtain the data or result by sending an 'async' message.
When a device is connected it will periodically push measurement reports (and send trigger-based status reports) to OSGP. OSGP will inform the client via a notification, after which the data can be retrieved in a way similar to GetData (using the GetDataAsync message). In order to determine whether all report data are received, the response of a GetDataAsync message will (in case of a report) contain report metadata consisting of a report id, sequence number and time of entry.(XSD is already updated with report metadata, returning the report metadata from OSGP is not yet implemented)
Functionality like GetData can now be tested, with the Cucumber framework, using the protocol-simulator-iec61850. This simulator can be started from the Cucumber tests, and is configured with its own properties file.
By default the RTU device is configured with the servername: WAGO61850Server. This name also appears in the icd file, that is used by the RTU device. The name of this icd file, is configured in a properties file. Multiple server names are now supported, with the introduction of the new column: server_name in the iec61850_device table. If this value is null, the default servername (WAGO61850Server) is used, otherwise the servername from the database is used (eg 'WAGO123'). In that case another corresponding icd file, in which this servername is used, must be configured!